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Parshall Braves brave long bus rides

If the Parshall Braves football team could fly to their games, they would be racking up some major frequent flier miles.

Posted 9/29/11 (Thu) read more »

Parshall student has French adventure

It’s a long way from the shores of Lake Sakakawea to the banks of the River Seine in Le Havre, France in more ways than one. An area student is sharing her adventures in a new country through a blog on the Internet.

Posted 9/29/11 (Thu) read more »

Parshall development investor’s plans in flux

Ambitious development plans announced for Parshall several weeks ago are changing rapidly, said Mayor Richad Bolkan.

Posted 9/22/11 (Thu) read more »

Whiting looks to the future in the Bakken

Whiting Petroleum Corporation thinks it’s going to be a player in the Bakken oil patch for a good long time.

Posted 9/22/11 (Thu) read more »

Superintendent search marches on

The Parshall School Board met with Gary Schnellert from MacPherson & Jacobson to discuss the candidates for superintendent at a special meeting on July 6.

Posted 9/22/11 (Thu) read more »

TAT Firefighters fighting Texas wildfires

Three members for the MHA Nation Fire Management Program made the long trek to Texas with two engines to join thousands of other fire fighters battling the huge wildfires that are blackening tens of thousands of acres in Texas.

Posted 9/15/11 (Thu) read more »

Frost dampens crop prospects

Weather has been hard on small grains crops in Mountrail County but row crops were looking good. At least they were looking good until they were hit by an early frost this week.

Posted 9/15/11 (Thu) read more »

NDHP receives grant for truck, bus safety

As people living in North Dakota’s oil patch know, the incredible increase in traffic on state highways has made travel more hazardous.

Posted 9/08/11 (Thu) read more »

Schools look for busing solutions

Competition is often touted as a good thing, but often small businesses and essential services suffer when private businesses can offer double or triple the salary.

Posted 9/08/11 (Thu) read more »

Passing on the native tongues

Having a common language can be part of what defines a people. The number of elders who are completely fluent in Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara have declined to a precious few.

Posted 9/01/11 (Thu) read more »