Mountrail County Record News

The Parshall City Council discussed steps that could be taken so the community will present it best front during the Parshall Centennial Celebration in 2014.

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Speed is the essence of any emergency responder’s craft. Firefighters and ambulance crews constantly train to make the right decisions quickly under great pressure to protect property and to save lives.

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The Highlands of Parshall, a 320 acre development on the north side of Parshall, has received $400,000 for the development of low income housing from the he North Dakota Housing Finance Agency (NDHFA) Housing Incentive Fund (HIF).

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October 18, 2012

Parshall gets new pharmacy

The roads and traffic have made it hard over the couple of years for people in Parshall who needed to get their prescriptions filled. Now it will be as simple as a visit to the Rockview Center.

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The project to build a diesel fuel refinery on North Dakota Highway 23 near Makoti got another boost as Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar came to New Town to announce that the site of the project will be transferred from fee land status to trust land under tribal control.

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In a ceremony at the facility, dignitaries representing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognized Northrop Grumman’s participation in the Merit Voluntary Protection Program (VPP), placing the site among an elite group of organizations providing exemplary occupational safety and health protection and serving as models for others.

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Parshall School District John Weidner reported on his recent trip to Washington, D.C., at the last regular meeting of Parshall School Board. Weidner said the most important aspect of his visit was to lobby for Impact Aid, something that is a major source of financing for the district.

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Parshall is changing rapidly and the Parshall City Council has been trying to keep ahead of those changes by annexing property, replacing streets and sewers, building a new water plant and extending water lines to new customers

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The Three Affiliated Tribes are governed by a constitution that dates back to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1936.

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Fire season is a dangerous time on the prairie. A stray cigarette or sparks from a burn barrel can blacken thousands of acres and put lives, homes, fences and livestock at risk.

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