Mountrail County Record News

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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The Mountrail County Record won 13 awards in advertising and editorial competition during the 123rd annual North Dakota Newspaper convention held May 8 in Bismarck.

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It didn’t take long Monday night for the patrons of the Lewis and Clark School District to put pressure on their school board.

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Contractors Roger Lynne and Dennis Deutsch dropped a huge bombshell on the Parshall School Board Tuesday night with news that could cost well over $1 million.

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One residual benefit to last winter’s deep snow is a higher water level on Lake Sakakawea and that makes Eric Jaeger very happy.

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A number of ideas on how to better educate Native American children were generated Tuesday in a meeting of the Parshall School Board and Native American patrons.

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Parshall School Board members, teachers and patrons of the district listened intently Tuesday night when Superintendent Steve Cascaden read a letter regarding a final report of a compliance audit of retirement salaries reported to the Teachers’ Fund for Retirement.

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A bill to provide more funding for statewide roads leading to recreational, tourist or historic areas unanimously passed the Senate this past week.

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