Mountrail County Record News

A powwow celebration is a celebration of the senses. You can feel the throbbing pulse of the drums, hear the singers magical voices and the arena if filled with every color of the rainbow plus a few more.

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The wet summer has made a mess of a lot of things, but many of the building projects around Parshall have managed to make progress despite the conditions.

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There were Batman, Frozen, Ninja Turtles, Superman, Cinderella, Nemo and more.

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Beth Schwartz, the new superintendent of the Parshall School District, has been making herself known around town, finding out how people feel about the school.

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In many communities with school just around the corner, August signals a time to hang up the swim suit, beach towel, put away the beach ball, floaties, and other trappings of an active swimming season.

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“The bulls did better than the cowboys,” is how Kelly Abrahamson of Abrahamson Rodeo Company described the recent Bullarama held during the recent 110 year celebration in Plaza.

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Plaza is 110 this year and bearing its age quite well.

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"We’re almost out of onions," Tiffiney Deutsch said.

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It began in 1916 with a $500 donation from settlers for a $3,000 small frame church that was built and named Saint Bridget.

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A group of documentary filmmakers who produced a historical film on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation about the pioneer missionary Harold Chase are returning to teach film making classes in collaboration with the Nueta Hidatsa and Sahnish College in New Town.

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