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Plaza kids find Alaskan adventure in the classroom

The sun may have been shining and the flowers starting to bloom around Plaza Elementary School, but the students inside were finishing up a frozen Alaskan adventure.

Posted 5/07/15 (Thu) read more »

Area townships get $2 million for roads

The Board of University and School Lands (Land Board) today awarded more than $12 million in Energy Impact Grants for political subdivisions impacted by rapid development in the state’s oil and gas counties.

Posted 4/30/15 (Thu) read more »

Recent rains welcomed

A gray and dismal weekend may have upset some plans for those who wanted to enjoy an early day on the lake, but the rain that accompanied the gloom brightened the day for area farmers, said Mountrail County Ag Agent Jim Hennessy.

Posted 4/30/15 (Thu) read more »

Charting a course for North Dakota

The 2015 North Dakota Legislative Session is in its final days. But with major budget issues yet to be decided, legislators have their work cut out for them. Add one more issue to be decided before time runs out.

Posted 4/23/15 (Thu) read more »

Great Northern Ag expands operations

Great Northern Ag is expanding its operations according to owners, Mark and Kris Kok.

Posted 4/23/15 (Thu) read more »

Community Foundation sees continued strong growth

The North Dakota Community Foundation has announced that it surpassed $61 million in net assets in 2014.

Posted 4/16/15 (Thu) read more »

Hollywood makeup artist visits Parshall Elementary

There was a lot of blood and gore at the elementary school assembly in Parshall recently.

Posted 4/16/15 (Thu) read more »

Comedy Central comes to Parshall

Dennis Gaxiola thinks he is a funny guy.

Posted 4/09/15 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Elementray School rading Boot camp

When it comes to encouraging students to read, Title I Reading Instructor, Crystal Grubb, knows how to kick it up a notch, especially during March Reading Month at Parshall Elementary School.

Posted 4/09/15 (Thu) read more »

Elders hear of endangered historic site

The MHA Elders Association will be sending a letter to members of the North Dakota Legislature asking them to approve funding to protect the Double Ditch Village seven miles north of Bismarck from future damage from the shifting Missouri River.

Posted 4/02/15 (Thu) read more »