Mountrail County Record News

February 22, 2018

Life of service recognized

Holly Mayer-Taft thought she was going to attend a meeting with some representatives from the Red Cross, so she was surprised to find the Three Affiliated Tribes Council Chamber was filled with her relatives and media last week.

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The cold winter season sparkled a bit recently when forty little girls took to the North Shore-Plaza gym floor to dance their legs off for an appreciative audience.

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“We all want a viable and growing community and we can’t create that by working alone,” said Kenton Onstad.

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The Parshall School District got an update got an update on the planning for a new school building as it waits for word on financing options before calling for a second bond referendum vote.

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The Bite the Ice Fishing Tournament has witnessed just about every kind of February weather imaginable over the last few years, from blizzards to shirtsleeve weather.

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It all started with two little kids playing together in the school yard in Van Hook where Inez and Casey Lee grew up.

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Energetic little kids, basketball hoops, more than a few basketballs, some caring adults and generous donors was all it took to get two dozen children out of their seats and on to the basketball floor. And now they have a name.

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February 1, 2018

Loving lutefisk at Lakeside

You don’t have to be Norwegian to like lutefisk. That was evident at the recent lutefisk fundraiser at Lakeside Community Living Center.

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The roller coaster ride of the oil boom and subsequent bust have created a tough environment to start, sustain or sell a business on the Main Street of New Town or Parshall.

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A part of its plan to create a comprehensive regional transportation plan, the Three Affiliated Tribes is studying the possibility of connecting the communities of the Fort Berthold Reservation by bridge.

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