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Zoning board recommends denial of transload project

The Mountrail County Planning and Zoning Board has recommended that Mountrail County Commissioners "deny request" for a permit to rezone agricultural land use to industrial.

Posted 9/11/14 (Thu) read more »

Out of state teachers meet critical shortages, add value to classrooms

Value added is a modern day term used to describe "the enhancement of a product or service creating a greater sense of value."

Posted 9/04/14 (Thu) read more »

Plan looks for sustainable path for the Bakken

It’s been a long but productive two years for Shirley Brentup.

Posted 9/04/14 (Thu) read more »

New principal at Parshall Elementary School

As you walk into the principal’s office at the Parshall Elementary School, a big man will hold out a box of butterscotch drops and peanut butter cups.

Posted 8/28/14 (Thu) read more »

Transload facility planned near Plaza

This week Dakota Gold Transfer-Plaza, LLC announced the company plans to develop a crude oil transload facility just outside the city of the small, southeastern, Mountrail County community of Plaza, ND.

Posted 8/28/14 (Thu) read more »

School Board approves 2014-15 budget

The Parshall School Board passed a preliminary budget for the school district at its regular meeting on Tuesday.

Posted 8/21/14 (Thu) read more »

Building breather

Parshall needs to catch up with the times.

Posted 8/21/14 (Thu) read more »

Plaza woman new head of Job Service North Dakota

When Governor Dalrymple appointed the new director for Job Service North Dakota last month, he named a former Plaza woman to the post.

Posted 8/14/14 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Centennial committee thanks community

The Parshall Centennial Celebration is over and is now an integral part of our town’s history.

Posted 8/14/14 (Thu) read more »

Daycare demand exceeds supply

When the Parshall community daycare closed recently, the situation not only impacted Parshall, but the child care industry in the surrounding as well. A closer look at the industry finds that most daycare facilities in the area are full, nearly full or have waiting lists.

Posted 8/07/14 (Thu) read more »