Mountrail County Record News

Gov. Doug Burgum joined MHA Nation Chairman Mark Fox, legislative leaders and Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger for a press conference to support a bill that would change how the state and tribe share tax revenue from oil and gas production and extraction on trust and fee lands.

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Weather breaks favor Bite the Ice

The 2019 Bite the Ice at the Hook threaded the needle between bone-chilling below zero temperatures and 10 inches of snow and anglers who braved the ice were rewarded with one of the best tournaments results in recent memory.

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Signs of the times
January 31, 2019

Signs of the times

Three dozen local residents escaped the cold by participating in a sign making workshop sponsored by the Parshall Promoters and led by Promoters member Cara Zacher.

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Parshall native, Mary Jo Van Horn is on a mission. She recently launched her new online, one hour Internet based radio show. She calls it ‘Letting It Go’.

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The best gift a person can give themselves is good health.

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Family Dollar is open for business

The retail options in Parshall just got better.

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Family Dollar Grand Opening Saturday

The Family Dollar Store in Parshall will hold its grand opening this week. The store is located at 3816 72nd Avenue NW.

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Parshall will have a voice in the 2019 North Dakota Legislature as the City Council voted to hire Shane Goettle as an assistant City Attorney to represent the city in Bismarck during the session.

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There will be some changes coming in the way the Parshall School district keeps track of money in the coming years.

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Lives washed away
January 10, 2019

Lives washed away

Lake Sakakawea may be a summer destination for some, but for others, the water stands as an everlasting symbol — a symbol of life destroyed for those that lived in the Missouri River Valley prior to 1954.

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