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St. Bridget’s celebrates its centennial

It began in 1916 with a $500 donation from settlers for a $3,000 small frame church that was built and named Saint Bridget.

Posted 7/14/16 (Thu) read more »

Area crops are hit and miss

"Crops are all over the board," said Mountrail County Ag Agent Jim Hennessy.

Posted 7/07/16 (Thu) read more »

Documentary filmmakers offer classes on reservation

A group of documentary filmmakers who produced a historical film on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation about the pioneer missionary Harold Chase are returning to teach film making classes in collaboration with the Nueta Hidatsa and Sahnish College in New Town.

Posted 7/07/16 (Thu) read more »

Land transfer will happen

Ten years is a long time.

Posted 6/30/16 (Thu) read more »

Powwow gets surprise guest

Hundreds of dancers performed at the Santee Lucky Mound Powwow south of Parshall last week, but this year’s event had a different feel to thanks to a famous visitor.

Posted 6/30/16 (Thu) read more »

No summer vacation for Parshall School Board

The classrooms are quiet except for the whirr of the floor polisher.

Posted 6/23/16 (Thu) read more »

Healing Horses Ranch is a busy place

"You feed your horse before you eat food yourself. You take care of your animals" said Kermit Heart Director at the Healing Horse Ranch and Estates near Parshall.

Posted 6/23/16 (Thu) read more »

North Parshall development back on the drawing board

The Highlands of Parshall is no more.

Posted 6/16/16 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Student, teacher headed for Space Camp

Lots of us dreamed of being an astronaut growing up. Aaron Fisher, a first year social studies teacher at Parshall High School was no exception.

Posted 6/16/16 (Thu) read more »

FBI Chief promises more enforcement

Serious crimes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, especially those involving Native Americans, are regarded a federal offenses. As such, they are investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecuted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Posted 6/09/16 (Thu) read more »