Mountrail County Record News

There's still plenty of winter to go yet, but U. S. Army Corps of Engineers officials predict Lake Sakakawea should peak at about 1830 mean sea level (msl) this summer - approximately six feet higher than the present level of 1824.6 msl.

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Because January is National Mentoring Month, the mentor coordinator for the Boys and Girls Club of the Three Affiliated Tribes in Parshall is reminding people everywhere that they too, can be a mentor.

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North Dakotans are pessimistic about a rapid recovery of the national economy, but they don't expect to be touched personally by recession.

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U.S. Senators Byron Dorgan and Kent Conrad and Congressman Earl Pomeroy announced today that the Ryder-Makoti Fire Department has been awarded a $73,055 federal grant to help improve operations and safety.

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The recent extended cold snap is cause for concern - even to those who remain in their homes and don't venture outdoors. Even if people feel warm, cozy and safe, they may not be.

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Thirty-two high school and college students stepped into unchartered territory Monday afternoon when they went bar hopping in New Town.

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A Parshall woman has been recognized in the 40 under 40 list of young professionals by regional magazine Prairie Business.

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December 25, 2008

Be part of it

"Be Part of It!" is the FCCLA catch line for recruiting new members. And apparently it works.

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It's been a few years since North Dakota has been hit with heavy snow and bitter cold at the same time, but Mother Nature hammered the northwest hard over the weekend and into Monday.

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Parshall held it's annual Santa Day on Dec. 13, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at city hall.

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