Mountrail County Record News

If you were near the Parshall High School last Thursday afternoon and were still hungry when you went home, well, it was your own fault.

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It was a mixed group of community leaders, including mayors, city councilmen, county commissioners as well as some members of the general public who came to the RTC buliding in Parshall to learn about where the Bakken is going and what will be the oil boom’s impact on communities, the economy, roads, emergency services and how the State of North Dakota should respond.

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Despite some generous offers of assistance to the community from the developer of a proposed man camp, the Parshall City Council voted against a zoning change that would have allowed Missouri River Lodge to proceed with developing a 1,500 room facility on the east side of Parshall’s city limits.

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The Parshall City Council tried to placate residents upset about the removal of some trees from boulevards where streets and sidewalks are being replaced.

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Interesting things are afloat at the Four Bears Marina west of New Town.

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Area residents will have the opportunity to discuss the future of the region, learn more about the oil and gas development that is powering the surge of change in the Bakken and try some tasty cooking presented by members of the North Dakota Petroleum Council.

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About 5,000 people will now have a secure supply of fresh water for the foreseeable future as dignitaries gathered for the official grand opening of the Parshall City Water Treatment plan.

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The Parshall School District and Parshall Education Association completed contract talks and have approved a contract for 2013-14 school year. The changes in the contract include a $500 across the board raise for teachers’ base salary.

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Royce Aslakson had reason to be optimistic when he gave his presentation as CEO and General Manager of Reservation Telephone Cooperative at the organization’s annual meeting in Parshall.

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Nuxbaaga means people in the Hidatsa language, and people are what is being celebrated at the Nuxbaaga Powwow Grounds six miles south of Parshall this weekend.

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