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Commission coordinates battle against drug crime

The Mandan Hidatsa and Arickara Nation, like other communities of people in western North Dakota has had to deal with a tidal wave of illegal drugs, according to Gerald White, TAT Public Safety Commissioner/Chief of Drug Enforcement.

Posted 7/09/15 (Thu) read more »

Taft reflects of medical career

A career benchmark passed recently without a lot of fanfare and celebration, almost.

Posted 7/09/15 (Thu) read more »

Meeting highlights trafficking horror

It’s a difficult topic to talk about, said United States Senator Heidi Heitkamp as she met with nearly two dozen leaders of law enforcement agencies, domestic violence shelters, tribal courts and other community members at the Red Hall in Parshall on Saturday.

Posted 7/01/15 (Wed) read more »

First Santee Lucky Mound Powwow a success

A new year brought a new name and upgraded facilities for the Santee Lucky Mound Powwow that was held last weekend south of Parshall.

Posted 7/01/15 (Wed) read more »

Paul Broste Rock Museum will turn 50 next year

It was a sunny Friday afternoon in June and Museum Curator, Doris Jacobson opened the doors at the Paul Broste Rock Museum as she has since she assumed her duties in 2006

Posted 6/25/15 (Thu) read more »

New faces on Parshall School Board

Starting next month, there will be a lot of new faces on the Parshall School District Board of Education.

Posted 6/18/15 (Thu) read more »

Could have been better

There was a lot at stake for the cities and counties of the oil patch in the 2015 North Dakota Legislative Session.

Posted 6/18/15 (Thu) read more »

Rainfall amount make county outlook complicated

How crops are doing in Mountrail County depends on who you ask and where you’re looking, says Mountrial County Agent Jim Hennessy.

Posted 6/11/15 (Thu) read more »

Aslakson steps down from RTC

After 28 years at Reservation Telephone Cooperative (RTC), Royce looks back (and ahead) with a smile.

Posted 6/11/15 (Thu) read more »

Docks, Parks see heavy traffic on holiday weekend

If it can be said that Memorial Day weekend is the beginning of summer outdoor recreation, it can also be said that area boat docks, parks and resorts were ready to serve the public and did just that.

Posted 6/04/15 (Thu) read more »