Mountrail County Record News

How crops are doing in Mountrail County depends on who you ask and where you’re looking, says Mountrial County Agent Jim Hennessy.

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After 28 years at Reservation Telephone Cooperative (RTC), Royce looks back (and ahead) with a smile.

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It was a milestone year for Parshall Braves basketball, as both the boys and girls teams made to the North Dakota State Class B Tournament. Last week, White Horse Woman Outreach and the MHA Tribal Council sponsored a basketball camp to help build the next generation of champions.

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If it can be said that Memorial Day weekend is the beginning of summer outdoor recreation, it can also be said that area boat docks, parks and resorts were ready to serve the public and did just that.

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At a recognition luncheon Friday of last week, Three Affiliated Tribes DOT Director Richard Hall welcomed Bronson Young Wolf and Jennifer Everett to the Three Affiliated Tribes Highway Patrol Unit.

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When Louis "Mac" Mcleod, Minot Area Homeless Coalition Executive Director spoke to veterans groups in New Town last week, he brought not only his years of experience and expertise, he brought his passion for serving homeless veterans as well.

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The Mountrail County Record was recognized as one of the top small newspapers in North Dakota at the North Dakota Newspaper Association Better Newspaper Contest.

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If you ask family friends or neighbors about Robbie Edwards’ affinity toward trucks, cars and motors, they will tell you he found his niche under the hood of anything with wheels which began as far back as his Tonka truck days on his childhood farm in Plaza.

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The Parshall School Board reviewed the results this year’s Measure of Academic Progress (MAP) tests completed by Parshall School Students. Scores at the elementary school show that students made good progress, but high school scores were mixed.

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The sun may have been shining and the flowers starting to bloom around Plaza Elementary School, but the students inside were finishing up a frozen Alaskan adventure.

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