Mountrail County Record News

Makoti couple recollects their service in WWII

It has been 73 years since President Harry S. Truman ended WWII, and as time pushes forward, the number of WWII veterans dwindles. Sadly, then too will their stories.

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Election workers in New Town and Parshall said traffic at the New Town Civic Center was constant most of the day but turnout was either comparable or down from the general election in 2016.

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Not the last supper at Shell Creek

Last year there were rumors that 2017 would be the last fall supper at Shell Creek, the small rural church located north of Plaza.

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The first ever North Dakota Native Veterans Honor Flight to Washington DC has come and gone and over a hundred veterans are back home now.

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On the rise
October 25, 2018

On the rise

United Quality Elevator taking shape It will only take a week, but Parshall’s skyline will be forever changed. That’s how long it will take to finish the concrete shell of the new United Quality elevator in Parshall.

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October 25, 2018

Halloween Happenings

Ghosts and Goblins will certainly have no problem finding places to be and things to do in our area on Halloween.

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Fall brings a variety of events

There was a time when fall was clearly signaled by the brilliance of orange and yellow leaves, raking them up and the perennial church supper held in almost every community.

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With the reconstruction of the streets, sidewalks and infrastructure on Main Street in downtown Parshall, the city council is looking at the next steps necessary to improve the look and safety of downtown for residents and encourage more business development.

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Manitobans storm Makoti
October 3, 2018

Manitobans storm Makoti

When it comes to threshing bees in North Dakota, the key to success is having Canadians in attendance, and Makoti had just that last weekend. Three men from a across Manitoba came to volunteer for the small town’s big event.

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Katheryn Felix, the Director of MHA Social Services says she “couldn’t be more happy and excited” about the recently developed collaboration between her office and PATH North Dakota.

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