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Developer deluge at city council meeting

Four developers of major projects in and around Parshall were the agenda of Tuesday’s regular City Council Meeting as the council also coped with a transition in the auditors position.

Posted 9/12/13 (Thu) read more »

Rain dampens harvest push

Despite a late and wet spring, most farmers in the southern end of Mountrail County got a crop in and were harvesting decent yields until last weeks rain showers dampened their progress.

Posted 9/12/13 (Thu) read more »

Missouri River Resources quizzed on pipeline acquisition

Skepticism ran high at the Northern Lights Community Center in New Town as representatives of Missouri River Resources tried to explain the financing and history behind the tribally owned oil company’s proposal to purchase a gathering pipeline system that collects oil from wells between Mandaree and Watford City.

Posted 9/05/13 (Thu) read more »

Trucker 101

Those of us who are old enough to remember the 70s can recall a TV show called Movin’ On, which starred Claude Akins as a crusty old truck driver teaching a young punk the ropes about handling a big rig.

Posted 8/29/13 (Thu) read more »

Reaching out

It doesn’t take a Christopher Columbus to figure out that it’s a long way from Twin Buttes to New Town, especially when you’re battling construction and oilfield traffic.

Posted 8/29/13 (Thu) read more »

Budget muddle

Politics in Bismarck and Washington D.C. are both making life difficult for Parshall School District Superintendent John Weidner.

Posted 8/22/13 (Thu) read more »

Sequestration could hamstring Parshall schools

Sequestration – automatic budget cuts that go into force if Congress doesn’t pass a budget – could have negative long term implications for schools like Parshall unless something changes, according to School Superintendent John Weidner.

Posted 8/14/13 (Wed) read more »

Trucks need to find a new home

The Parshall City Council has had it with complaints of semi trucks parking in residential areas and the damage the trucks cause to city streets.

Posted 8/08/13 (Thu) read more »

Former tribal council member recovered from lake

Scott Eagle, 50, a former North Segment Representative on the TAT Tribal Business Council, died after a boating accident on Tuesday, July 30. His body was recovered near the Four Bears Bridge on Friday, August 2.

Posted 8/08/13 (Thu) read more »

From campfire to outer space

Young members of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation have a foot in two worlds. One world is that of their elders and the traditions and beliefs that have been handed down the generations since time immemorial.

Posted 8/01/13 (Thu) read more »