Mountrail County Record News

September 6, 2012

Water study back on track

A water study being conducted by the Fort Berthold Community College that was halted over methodology concerns will resume this month after researchers identified a new lab to do the necessary chemical analyses.

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The State Land Board announced today that it is accepting project applications for funds from the Energy Impact Grant program.

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The Nueta, Hidatsa and Sahnish Development Corporation held its first public meeting with potential developers in the New Town City Hall on Aug. 23 to get a feeling about the kind of projects it would like to finance on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.

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The Langhans Funeral Home, a fixture on the south end of Main Street for years is getting a makeover.

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After months of planning, Parshall may finally see earth being moved on a major residential development in a few weeks.

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For many people, completion of the Garrison Dam in 1953 was a sign of progress.

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Big changes could be coming to Parshall if all or even just some of the development proposals currently up in the air turn into reality.

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Despite the rain, the Fifth annual Harvest Festival held Saturday August 11 at the baseball field south of Parshall,proved to be fun after all.

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Several stumbling blocks to developing the north side of Parshall were cleared as developers Barry Arfa and Bryon Zacher and the Parshall City Council agreed on how permitting the project would proceed.

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There are several allottees’ organizations on the Fort Berthold Reservation working to preserve their members’ and the Three Affiliated Tribe’s property rights.

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