Mountrail County Record News

Recently, six American Legion Post 290 members attended the North Dakota Legion Conference in Minot.

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Clean up operations are likely to continue for months on a major brine spill on Bear Den Bay about seven miles northeast of Mandaree.

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Area crops are doing well in most parts of the area in spite of a month of wild weather that has witnessed temperatures topping 90 degrees and dipping into the 30s along with storms dropping four inches or more of rain.

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A number of issues regarding the ability of the city of Parshall to keep up a presentable face to the world were on the agenda at last week’s regular city council meeting.

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There were some new faces for the last meeting of the Parshall City Council on July 2. The city’s new mayor, Kyle Christianson and new council member, Robert Morenski, took part in their first regular council meeting.

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Phyllis Jean Cross knew the value of a good walk. That’s why her family dedicated a walking path in her name that will boost the health and physical fitness of Parshall residents for generations to come.

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With a combined career in city government that lasted more than three decades, Mayor Richard Bolkan and City Council Member Shirley Folden have witnessed a boatload of changes in Parshall over the years. With a special meeting at the end of June, they ended their time on the Parshall City Council and turned their positions over the Kyle Christianson and Robert Morenski.

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Old friends who hadn’t seen each other in 50 years. Dance floors filled with ages 8 to 80. Barbeque battles and honoring those who served.

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June 26, 2014

Powwow in transition

2014 marks the end of Nuxbaaga Powwow.

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The Parshall City council approved a number of zoning changes and special permits at a special council meeting Monday, one of which attracted the attention of neighbors.

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