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Bite the Ice goes over the top

After a couple of challenging years, the Bite the Ice on the Hook finally caught a lucky break.

Posted 2/12/15 (Thu) read more »

Schools respond to Civics Test Law

House Bill 1087 passed the state legislature last week and the Governor has signed it.

Posted 2/05/15 (Thu) read more »

Winning farmers donates to Parshall Fire District

Parshall Rural Fire Protection District has received a $2,500 donation from Mountrail farmer Cynthia Billadeau and America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund.

Posted 2/05/15 (Thu) read more »

Railcar situation mixed for local elevators

The first 2015 rail status reports on grain car backlog are out and show slight improvement for the delivery of railcars to local elevators.

Posted 1/29/15 (Thu) read more »

Missouri monitored for impacts from two spills

North Dakota regulators are keeping a close eye on the Missouri River these days as two major spill are causing water quality concerns for Williston and other communities downstream, including Mandaree and Parshall, that use Lake Sakakawea as a water source.

Posted 1/29/15 (Thu) read more »

Fire District receives $2 million

The Parshall Volunteer Fire District accepted a $2 million check from Liberty Township to help get a new fire station off the ground.

Posted 1/22/15 (Thu) read more »

Garbage, Golf Course on city agenda

Parshall will be boosting garbage rates this year because Circle Sanitation has raised the rate it charges the city for residential garbage collection.

Posted 1/22/15 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Bay Angler featured on cover of Sakakawea Country

Reeling in a big fish can lead to even bigger adventures, both on and off the boat. For Caden Germundson, a photo was all it took to turn this passionate angler into a cover star.

Posted 1/15/15 (Thu) read more »

Parshall school prepared for outbreaks of tuberculosis

The Parshall School District has policies and practices in place in the event of an outbreak of contagious diseases, such as the case of tuberculosis that was discovered in New Town last week, said district superintendent John Weidner.

Posted 1/15/15 (Thu) read more »

Legislators weigh in their thoughts on the upcoming session

The North Dakota Legislative Assembly is set to kick off its 64th session Tuesday, Jan. 6. Legislators from the area were asked to give their thoughts on a variety of issues that will be presented when the assembly convenes.

Posted 1/08/15 (Thu) read more »