Mountrail County Record News

Tobacco has long held a sacred place in the culture of Native Americans. However, the commercialization of this sacred plant has created an industry that thrives on addiction and abuse of its products.

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V. Judy Brugh had a vision for her people.

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March 23, 2012

Bullies and buses

Bullies and buses were two of the topics on a fairly short agenda for the regular meeting of the Parshall School Board.

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There are miles of grass and roads around Parshall and both are keeping the Parshall Volunteer Fire Department busy.

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March 16, 2012

A real big fish story

A search for walleyes at the Garrison Dam Tailrace back on March 6 turned up something different for Royce “Pete” Johnston of Van Hook. A very big something, as it turned out.

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A former editor of the New Town News has resigned as editor of a Minnesota paper after being accused of passing off humor columns written by others as his own.

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Michael Wells, a Las Vegas based developer who is developing a number of projects in Parshall and New Town, has severed his ties with North Dakota Investments after that group allegedly failed to follow requirements of North Dakota law. He is now working with a company called Danken Construction which has taken over the restaurant in the Rockview Plaza and the group’s other projects in the area.

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Area voters had their say and while New Town Republicans gave a majority of their votes to Ron Paul, the rest of the district and the state gave a Super Tuesday victory to Rick Santorum.

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First of all, I am happy to be writing that there has been tremendous support from other groups to help with cleaning up Parshall.

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February 24, 2012

A new perspective on life

For the past 10 years, racing triathlons has taken Dave Lampert to increasingly greater heights. However, it took the height of Mount Kilimanjaro and a mysterious illness to truly put life and racing in perspective for the 54-year-old Novato resident.

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