Mountrail County Record News

Back in 2016, Benji Goodbird didn’t know a lot about the history of his family, a band of the Hidatsa tribe known as the Xo’shga. Still, when he was asked to lead a memorial ride for a dramatic event in the band’s history, he was proud to do it.

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Fire claims historic church

The Memorial Congregational Church survived more than 90 years on the prairie and being moved to escape the rising waters of Lake Sakakawea.

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The resurgence of rodeo on Fort Berthold got a real boost last weekend with the inaugural rodeo of the newly formed Northern Badlands Indian Rodeo Association at the Healing Horse Ranch near Parshall.

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Grain trader’s scheme impacts area elevators

Hunter Hanson caused Brian Larson to lose some sleep last fall. Hunter Hanson is a 21-year-old grain dealer who allegedly bilked Manager Larson and the McClusky Elevator of $768,000.

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“Friends of Queen of Peace Cemetery” is a non-profit charitable organization recently established on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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It was cold and foggy outside. But there was none of that in the Makoti Gym where 83 dancers from preschool to grade six gathered to deliver their delightful dance routines to a packed house of admirers and well wishers.

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Derby Day in Parshall
April 11, 2019

Derby Day in Parshall

It might have been foggy that day, but the Pinewood Derby participants were excited and completely focused on their cars and their races.

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April 4, 2019

White Shield surges

What once could be dubbed a sleepy community south of Parshall is now anything but.

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How will your garden grow?

Is it spring yet? Many ask the question even as snow drifts live out their final days in runoff to lower levels of the landscape.

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“We Are Still Here”on the big screen

In 2016, Benji Goodbird, Valerian Three Irons and several dozen riders rode the hundred miles from the Fort Buford Historical Site to the Earth Lodge Village in Four Bears Segment.

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