Mountrail County Record News

While the North Shore shivered under waves of -20 and -30 degree weather in January, little did area residents realize that Old Man Winter was really waiting for it to warm up before slamming the region with a major winter storm.

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March 1, 2018

License to thrill

Raymond Grotte collects automobile license plates. Lots of them. He has a collection that he estimates between 600 or 700 at the present time.

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Donia Packineau used to have a small, orange, crank sewing machine as a child. She used it to sew Barbie clothes, play things, or small hand sewn gifts for family and friends.

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

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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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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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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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