Mountrail County Record News

It’s no secret that farming and ranching drives North Dakota’s economy, but what might surprise some people is that the number of farms is on the rise in the state despite a stagnant population.

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Farmers and ranchers in the state maintained North Dakota’s No. 1 ranking in the production of spring and durum wheat, barley, canola, sunflowers, flaxseed, pinto beans, navy beans, dry edible peas and lentils in 2008 compared with other states, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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School may be out for summer but the meeting schedule at the Parshall school is the heaviest it’s been.

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Parshall’s Family and Independent class earned admiration from nursing home staff, teachers and residents as they worked on a writing assignment this spring – hands down!

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Parshall is up for a new look, thanks to a team of artists who are painting a bright future for the community.

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Not only is the council looking at a new appearance for the city, but the a new look for city offices and library is in the works, too.

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Russell Dixon admits he grew up in a hurry when he joined the Marine Corps.

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Parshall High School career and technical education instructors Julie Woodbury and Ruth

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There haven’t been a lot of days with favorable weather conditions to plant crops this spring,

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Organizations representing the wheat industry in the United States, Canada and Australia announced Thursday

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