Mountrail County Record News

The first in a series of hearings on a proposed land transfer to the Three Affiliated Tribes and other "excess" U.S. Army Corps of Engineers land will be March 4 in New Town and Garrison and March 7 in Beulah.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council will consider financing more than half of the $450 million that is expected to be needed to complete the proposed Thunder Butte Refinery near Makoti.

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February 20, 2014

Pillows of Love

When New Town’s Marlys Aubol became the state’s American Legion Auxiliary Department President she needed a theme. Little did she know her theme and the project she chose to represent that theme would mushroom into an overwhelming success.

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The Parshall School Board pondered ways that the district could curb absenteeism by students.

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The first in a series of hearings on a proposed land transfer will be March 4 in New Town and Garrison and March 7 in Beulah.

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The Parshall City Council is considering revising the city’s laws and regulations to bring them into the modern age.

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Last year Mother Nature blew up a blizzard to make the Annual Bite the Ice Fishing Tournament exciting. This year the weather should be cold but calmer for the hundreds of anglers expected to descend on the Van Hook Arm of Lake Sakakawea on Saturday.

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A five-time convicted felon, James Henrikson, 34, of Watford City, remains in custody at the Burleigh County Detention Center in North Dakota on a firearms charge. He was arrested on Jan. 18 after the FBI raided and seized multiple pistols, shotguns and a rifle from his Watford City home.

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Drums resounded in the cafeteria of the Edwin Loe Elementary School in New Town as competitors stared intently at the faces of the opposing team, looking for the smallest twitch of an eyelid or quiver of a lip that could betray the thoughts and reveal the whereabouts of the marked bones.

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Mountrail County Sheriff Ken G. Halvorson will replace long-time Wells County Sheriff Curtis Pellett. Pellett retired on January 7 due to ill health.

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