Mountrail County Record News

October 21, 2011

Roadwork making progress

Multiple road projects in the region are making progress, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

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Ghosts, goblins, spooks of every size and description, witches and warlocks and everything in between will be infesting Parshall’s City Hall next weekend.

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The Parshall School Board approved several contracts for new equipment at its regular board meeting on Tuesday.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes is going to create a Wellness Drug Court with funding from a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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A semi took the corner of N.D. Highways 23 and 37 too quickly last week and created a spill that blocked traffic for most of the day, Thursday, Sept. 29.

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After fighting for funding for nearly a decade and two years of construction, there is a light at the end of the tunnel for the doctors and nurses looking forward to moving into the modern, spacious Elbowoods Memorial Health Clinic on College Drive in New Town.

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It’s a long way from the shores of Lake Sakakawea to the banks of the River Seine in Le Havre, France in more ways than one. An area student is sharing her adventures in a new country through a blog on the Internet.

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If the Parshall Braves football team could fly to their games, they would be racking up some major frequent flier miles.

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Whiting Petroleum Corporation thinks it’s going to be a player in the Bakken oil patch for a good long time.

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Ambitious development plans announced for Parshall several weeks ago are changing rapidly, said Mayor Richad Bolkan.

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