Mountrail County Record News

Parshall’s city engineer appeared before the city council during its Feb. 3 meeting to provide an update on the progress of the Regional Water Treatment Facility.

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The Parshall Public Schools are nearing the end of their five-year state mandated school improvement plan.

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Judging by numerous presentations made at Wednesday’s city council meeting, Parshall has a good chance of seeing a generous amount of new construction in 2010.

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Now that spring is around the corner, the Parshall School Board has begun discussing construction projects for the upcoming season.

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Chairman Marcus Levings formally announced his intentions last week to seek a second term to serve in the primary leadership position for the Three Affiliated Tribes (TAT).

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Not only has the Three Affiliated Tribes said it publicly, but United Tribes of North Dakota has gone on record to say all tribes will lose a true friend when Sen. Byron Dorgan leaves office at the end of this year.

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Thursday morning’s commute into and out of New Town turned tragic when a head-on collision about five miles east of town resulted in one fatality and three injuries.

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A proposed board resolution to set up a committee to analyze prior financial allegations was defeated 3-2 during

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A furbearer biologist with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department who examined the carcasses of two mountain lions that were killed on the Fort Berthold Reservation in late December, said they showed no unusual characteristics and were considered healthy animals.

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Parshall FCCLA co-hosted a lock-in with the FFA over the holiday season. But the lock-in is just one of the many activities FCCLA members are part of during the school year.

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