Mountrail County Record News

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced last week in Denver the support for telecommunications projects in seven states including North Dakota to improve broadband service to rural residents and businesses.

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The hydraulic fracturing debate heated up April 20 when an uncommon group of panelists trackled tricky issues and tough questions at the Bureau of Land Management’s hydraulic fracturing forum.

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April 22, 2011

Cascaden resigns

Embattled Parshall School District Superintendent Steve Cascaden told the school board in special session Wednesday that he is resigning from his position.

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April 15, 2011

Power is knowledge

What would you ask for if you could have anything? It sounds crazy but that is exactly what Parshall Elementary School teachers were asked earlier this year as the school district applied for a $100,000 technology grant.

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April 15, 2011

Flirting with disaster

A recent oil and contaminated water spill on Lake Sakakawea is a wake up call. That’s how District 4 Rep. Kenton Onstad, D-Parshall describes it.

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Passenger air service in New Town and Parshall? It’s still up in the air, but looking like a possibility.

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The Parshall City Council was given lots of information to think about but took little action at their monthly meeting last Tuesday morning.

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A lack of space and abundance of funds has shaped a construction project at the Parshall Elementary School. The building is adding on space for four classrooms but the progress has been slow going this winter.

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Oil and water don’t mix. The conclusion is simple, the solution isn’t. When the Friends of Lake Sakakawea board of directors met Friday with state and federal agency officials, there were far more questions than answers. The answers are some that the state and federal government are trying to develop in the event of an oil spill on Lake Sakakawea.

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Census figures have shown that Parshall’s population dropped by 8 percent in the past 10 years despite economic growth sings in various parts of the community.

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