Mountrail County Record News

Ruth Ann Swaney is back home on the Fort Berthold Reservation now. She has accepted the position of Tribal Education Advocate.

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The Parshall School Board is considering tightening up eligibility requirements for extracurricular activities in the school district.

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It was told around the table at night in Elbowoods about the “bouncing lights” on the prairies. They were described as sort of strange-looking balls of lights that appeared to dance up and down on the ground.

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Ghosts and Goblins will have many haunts to find this Halloween. Area communities have a number of activities planned for ghouls of all ages.

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One of the final steps in the complete overhaul of the infrastructure underlying Parshall will take place next year as the Parshall City Council decided to move forward with the complete renovation of Main Street’s streets, sidewalks, and sewers.

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The Clothesline Project is near and dear to its administrator’s heart. Chastity Davidson leads her students and others into an arena that exposes the damage caused by Domestic Violence.

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The Parshall Braves ended their season with a high scoring match up against the Tioga Pirates Friday, and it was the end of the road for the old scoreboard that has overlooked the school’s football field for decades.

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October 5, 2017

Wet weather slows harvest

While moisture of any kind is welcome after this summer’s searing drought, some farmers probably wish that the recent streak of cold, rainy days would take a few weeks off.

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So close, but yet so far. Camp of the Cross officials are asking individuals, businesses, groups and congregations to dig into their pockets one more time to help the camp reach its goal to secure enough funds to finish the new fellowship center. The campaign is called: Let’s Try This One More Time!”

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September 20, 2017

Looking for a scond chances

A half dozen community members joined Parshall School Board President Michelle Hoff and School Superintendent Beth Schwarz to discuss why a bond referendum for a new school failed and how a campaign for a new vote this winter could succeed.

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