Mountrail County Record News

Connie Rood just can’t get enough of working with kids, it seems.

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Parshall residents looking for the latest movie hits haven’t always had the easiest time of it, says Will Reeves, general manager of MHA Systems.

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The brief cold snap that brought below zero temperatures to the area was just the thing organizers of the 2012 Bite the Ice fishing tournament were looking for.

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Can Lake Sakakawea make it another week without being officially called completely frozen over?

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The Parshall School Board decided to start the process of developing property it owns to add more teacher housing.

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January 13, 2012

Staller starts moving metal

With the amount of traffic soaring to previously unimaginable heights, the need for assistance to cope with the inevitable breakdowns and accidents has soared as well.

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Newspapers in North Dakota are inviting users of the U.S. Postal Service to sign petitions asking the postal service and the state’s Congressional delegation to re-examine plans to diminish postal service in the state.

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The Parshall City Council greeted the New Year by grappling with some of the leftover issues of 2011.

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Wow, it is hard to believe it is 2012! Happy New Year everyone!

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The oil boom continues to be a boon for sales tax collections in Mountrail County. According to the North Dakota Tax Department, tax receipts from the third quarter of 2011 were double from the year before in Mountrail, Burke and Williams Counties.

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