Mountrail County Record News

The 2015 North Dakota Legislative Session is in its final days. But with major budget issues yet to be decided, legislators have their work cut out for them. Add one more issue to be decided before time runs out.

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There was a lot of blood and gore at the elementary school assembly in Parshall recently.

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The North Dakota Community Foundation has announced that it surpassed $61 million in net assets in 2014.

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When it comes to encouraging students to read, Title I Reading Instructor, Crystal Grubb, knows how to kick it up a notch, especially during March Reading Month at Parshall Elementary School.

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Dennis Gaxiola thinks he is a funny guy.

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If Royce Aslakson seems a bit more relaxed these days, there is good reason for it. He is winding down his 28 years of service to Reservation Telephone Cooperative. His retirement date is set for June 1, 2015.

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The MHA Elders Association will be sending a letter to members of the North Dakota Legislature asking them to approve funding to protect the Double Ditch Village seven miles north of Bismarck from future damage from the shifting Missouri River.

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Cory Osborn was still living in Michigan when he heard about jobs in North Dakota from his grandparents, Ron and Joyce Hanson who ranch near New Town.

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It wasn't quite the dream ending to a tough season the Parshall Braves were looking for, but they could still hold their heads up high with a sixth place finish in the North Dakota State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament.

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Law enforcement in Parshall has been spotty for years, according to members of the Parshall City Council.

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