Mountrail County Record News

Lives washed away
January 10, 2019

Lives washed away

Lake Sakakawea may be a summer destination for some, but for others, the water stands as an everlasting symbol — a symbol of life destroyed for those that lived in the Missouri River Valley prior to 1954.

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There will be some changes coming in the way the Parshall School district keeps track of money in the coming years.

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Multiple crashes with snow plows reported

The North Dakota Highway Patrol and North Dakota Department of Transportation urge motorists to exercise caution while snowplows are working to clear highways.

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The Bakken continued to pull North Dakota out of the economic doldrums in the third quarter of 2019, according to the latest report on taxable sales and purchases from the North Dakota Tax Commissioner’s office.

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Mountrail County Ag Agency sausage making class

The Mountrail County Ag Agency held it’s annual sausage making class at the Mountrail County South Complex on Dec 19th in Stanley.

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December 27, 2018

See something, say something

The law enforcement team at MHA Drug Enforcement team is excited about its brand new opportunity to get a new cell phone application into the hands of the public cell phone users.

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Parshall Celebrates the Season

The stocking are hung by the chimney with care, and all around Parshall Christmas is in the air.

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Remembering the whole family
December 13, 2018

Remembering the whole family

There are many programs out there to assist families who need support getting through tough times because of financial struggles, substance abuse, domestic violence and other serious problems.

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An incident at Parshall Elementary School will lead to changes in how parents can pick up their children after school.

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RTC will meet broadband goals

Maybe some of us still think of Reservation Telephone Cooperative as the “telephone company” but in a changing world it has become so much more.

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