Mountrail County Record News

Farmers are taking advantage of the Year Without A Winter to get an early jump on spring’s work this year.

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Parshall School District Superintendent John Weidner reported that Parshall High School was making progress on its plan to introduce Hidatsa language classes in next year’s curriculum.

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The agreement between the Fort Berthold Rural Water and the City of Parshall will need some tweaking, Three Affiliated Tribe Council Member Mervin Packineau told the Parshall City Council.

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Parshall 2000, the organization that is developing the former Good Samaritan Home into the Rockview Plaza is on the verge of completing the recruitment of a fifth business to take up residence in the facility.

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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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