When I look back at the entire planning process (3-1/2 years) of the Parshall Centennial Celebration I feel it has gone quickly and painfully slow at the same time. What I do know is the hard work and dedication of the people on the Board and committees is going to shine through at the celebration.
The Parshall School Board looked at some upgrades to school property and started planning for next fall’s students in its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday.
The FFA is a competitive bunch. Each year students all across the state match their expertise in areas ranging from crops and livestock to parliamentary procedure and the history of FFA striving to make their chapter the best in North Dakota so they can move on to national competition.
The Parshall City Council decided against rezoning a 10 acre plot of land in the southeastern part of the city from Agricultural to Commercial because the council members felt the proposed business would not fit in with the city’s future plans for the the area.
The North Dakota Community Foundation has announced that it surpassed $50 million in endowed assets in 2013.