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Ryder annexation sees another day

One hurdle has been cleared in an effort to have land annexed from the Lewis & Clark District to the Max School District.

Posted 5/02/13 (Thu) read more »

Missouri River Lodge opponents meet in NT

The Missouri River Lodge, a development that would house 1,500 workers about a mile northwest of New Town, is drawing a lot of attention from residents of the area along the shore of Lake Sakakawea where it would be built.

Posted 4/25/13 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Promoters want you

The Parshall Promoters is seeking new members.

Posted 4/25/13 (Thu) read more »

Dumping opponents gather in New Town

The oil boom that started in 2006 has brought many things to western North Dakota.

Posted 4/18/13 (Thu) read more »

Mountrail County 4-H Basketball Tourney held

The 37th Annual Mountrail County 4-H Basketball Tournament brought lots of activity to the Stanley High School on Saturday, April 6, as Mountrail, Ward, Williams, McKenzie and Burke County 4-H members, leaders, families and supporters gathered for the event.

Posted 4/11/13 (Thu) read more »

Annex plan gets new life

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.

Posted 4/11/13 (Thu) read more »

Developers gauge support for riverside project

Richard Stevens and Theron Larroquette put on a persuasive show.

Posted 4/11/13 (Thu) read more »

Changes in Highlands plan need to be made

While the North Shore has been blessed with relatively modest amounts of snow for the last two winters, the memory of moving massive amounts of the white stuff is still fresh in the minds of the members of Parshall City Council.

Posted 4/03/13 (Wed) read more »

Dakota Plains Pioneer Project to move oil from New Town

Dakota Plains Holdings Inc. is thinking big things are coming for New Town.

Posted 4/03/13 (Wed) read more »

Corps wary of possible closings, cuts

“Closed.” That’s what the sign might say if you want to camp at East Totten Trail or Wolf Creek campgrounds this summer, if the federal government doesn’t provide enough funding to the Department of Defense, which also funds the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Posted 3/28/13 (Thu) read more »