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Work to do: Parshall Schools plan for future

Oh the times they are a changing, so the old song goes, and the Parshall School District will change along with it.

Posted 5/21/14 (Wed) read more »

Housing, survey dominate school board meeting

Crafting a new lease agreement for teacher housing and what students think about Parshall’s schools were the top subjects at the Parshall School Board’s regular meeting Tuesday.

Posted 5/15/14 (Thu) read more »

FFA Banquet Recognizes Achievement and Effort

Parshall FFA held its annual banquet May 7th in the High School Gymnasium. A delicious supper, provided by community members, was followed by awards.

Posted 5/15/14 (Thu) read more »

Newspaper 'hall' dedicated

The North Dakota Newspaper Association Hall of Fame has found a prominent place in the new addition to the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck.

Posted 5/08/14 (Thu) read more »

News, Record pickup newspaper awards

The New Town News and Mountrail County Record were among the newspapers that brought home awards from the North Dakota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.

Posted 5/08/14 (Thu) read more »

Centennial Celebration is just around the corner

When I look back at the entire planning process (3-1/2 years) of the Parshall Centennial Celebration I feel it has gone quickly and painfully slow at the same time. What I do know is the hard work and dedication of the people on the Board and committees is going to shine through at the celebration.

Posted 5/01/14 (Thu) read more »

Cafe offers tastes of Mexico

Those who enjoy authentic Mexican food likely don’t think to dine in Makoti, North Dakota. That could be a big mistake.

Posted 5/01/14 (Thu) read more »

Behind the berm, refinery site takes shape

The CEO of Thunder Butte Petroleum knows people have questions about the pace of construction at the site of the proposed refinery near Makoti.

Posted 4/24/14 (Thu) read more »

Working together to protect the land

Kandi Mossett is a former New Town resident who now lives in Billings and works with the Indigenous Environmental Network.

Posted 4/17/14 (Thu) read more »

Elbowoods Crossing reborn?

Since 1954, there has been just a single crossing point between Williston and the Garrison Dam, the Four Bears Bridge west of New Town.

Posted 4/17/14 (Thu) read more »