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Sheriff reports activity higher

Mountrail County Sheriff Ken Halvorson has submitted reports to area communities on his department’s activities in 2011

Posted 4/26/12 (Thu) read more »

Parshall teens bleed to help others

There was a record bloodletting in the Parshall High School Gymnasium on April 19, and people couldn’t be happier about it.

Posted 4/26/12 (Thu) read more »

Prairie Winds residents march to protest eviction

The still air of a sunny Saturday afternoon rang with chants of “Our Land, Not Yours” as residents of the Prairie Winds Trailer Court marched from the court to the United Prairie Cooperative and down Main Street to the cooperative C-Store on Highway 23.

Posted 4/19/12 (Thu) read more »

Bids for Parshall street project under budget

The Parshall City Council got a pleasant Friday the 13th surprise when bids for the first stage of the citywide street and sewer project came in nearly a million dollars lower than expected

Posted 4/19/12 (Thu) read more »

Plans for Hidatsa classes and summer school move forward

Parshall School District Superintendent John Weidner reported that Parshall High School was making progress on its plan to introduce Hidatsa language classes in next year’s curriculum.

Posted 4/12/12 (Thu) read more »

Farmers jumping at the chance for an early start

Farmers are taking advantage of the Year Without A Winter to get an early jump on spring’s work this year.

Posted 4/12/12 (Thu) read more »

Rockview Plaza keeps adding businesses

Parshall 2000, the organization that is developing the former Good Samaritan Home into the Rockview Plaza is on the verge of completing the recruitment of a fifth business to take up residence in the facility.

Posted 4/05/12 (Thu) read more »

Tribe looks to amend water agreement

The agreement between the Fort Berthold Rural Water and the City of Parshall will need some tweaking, Three Affiliated Tribe Council Member Mervin Packineau told the Parshall City Council.

Posted 4/05/12 (Thu) read more »

System opens Council meetings

V. Judy Brugh had a vision for her people.

Posted 3/29/12 (Thu) read more »

TAT Kids want to Kick Butts

Tobacco has long held a sacred place in the culture of Native Americans. However, the commercialization of this sacred plant has created an industry that thrives on addiction and abuse of its products.

Posted 3/29/12 (Thu) read more »