Mountrail County Record News

Community members want to know that if a fire or accident occurs, adequate services are available locally.

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It actually was a dark and stormy night, but that didn’t stop members of Fort Berthold Boys and Girls Club from traveling to New Town from as far away as White Shield and Twin Buttes to celebrate the club’s 13th Anniversary.

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Last week the Gerald "Tex" Fox Justice Center welcomed four newly trained Correction Officers back to their staff. They are Gary Everette, Garrison and Kyle Loren Craig, Addison Baker, and Alonzo Jones, all of New Town. The four men worked for the center prior to the training.

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A cold and unforgiving wind blew eastward down North Dakota Highway 23.

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Everyone in North Dakota listens intently to what the weather will bring. It really does matter what the weatherman says especially when it comes to city shops.

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When students hear Sharon Smith, NDSU Extension Agent from the Mountrail County Office, rolling her stacked cases down the hallway at Parshall Elementary School, they become excited about the science lesson they know is coming. The reason is that hands on science is a winner in the classroom.

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November 20, 2014

PRC to be rebuilt

The Parshall City Council authorized the organization, which provides substance abuse counseling, to demolish half of its building in downtown Parshall. The PRC plans to build a more up to date facility on the site and add a 600 sq.ft. room for group therapy sessions.

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It’s been a long three years, according to Shirley Brentup, executive director of the VisionWest Consortium.

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Last week, Governor Jack Dalrymple re-appointed Dave Hilleren of New Town to a three year term on the Administrative Committee on Veterans Affairs (ACOVA).

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November 6, 2014

Fox wins Chairman’s seat

Mark Fox will be the next Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes, defeating Damon Williams 53 percent to 47 percent in the tribal election held Tuesday.

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