Mountrail County Record News

October 16, 2014

Following in his footsteps

The Three Affiliated Tribes Museum had a pair of visitors who came in search of the footsteps of a man who traveled here more than 160 years ago.

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The Parshall School Board adopted its budget for the coming year, but federal inaction on the country’s budget again means the school district won’t know how much income it will have until well into January.

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Reservoir Silicates, a Canadian based company that proposed construction of an Industrial Rail Park near Makoti, has asked the Mountrail County Commission to table a decision on a zoning change for its project.

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Challenges that evolve almost daily in the Bakken Oil play of western North Dakota hold many unknowns. This fact is surely true for Missouri River Resources, the Three Affiliated Tribes’ oil company. No one knows that better than Dave Williams, President and CEO of MRR.

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U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp paid Fort Berthold Community College a visit this week. She was accompanied by the federal Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Katherine Archuleta to meet with federal agency managers and students at the college.

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With groundbreaking of the site completed earlier this summer, staff at the Parshall Resource Center is ready to take its next big step toward construction of a new $1.3 million facility in Parshall.

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Long simmering water issues boiled over at a meeting Tuesday organized by State Representative Kenton Onstad between the city of Parshall and representatives of the Three Affiliated Tribes Rural Water System.

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The good news is that grain cars have been trickling into area elevators. That makes elevator managers too busy to spend much time on the telephone.

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The Three Affililated Tribes will have a new chairman.

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The Parshall airport has received $900,000 from a FAA grant for airport improvements.

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