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Trafficking still a major problem

While the oil boom has faded over the last year, the problems it brought to the region linger on.

Posted 10/06/16 (Thu) read more »

Ferry plan could work with local support

Could a ferry service operate successfully on Lake Sakakwea, restoring the north-south connection that was lost when Elbowoods disappeared under the water of the lake?

Posted 9/29/16 (Thu) read more »

Remembering loss to prevent future pain​

A dreary, rainy day did not deter walkers from remembering family and friends who died by suicide. It is a hard topic to talk about. It is a hard thing to think about. It is a hard thing to remember for anyone.

Posted 9/29/16 (Thu) read more »

Construction work winding down

Another season of street and sewer replacement is winding down as the Parshall City Council mulls future plans

Posted 9/22/16 (Thu) read more »

Rain not hampering harvest yet

The rain over the last couple of weeks has been a nuisance to farmers but harvest is proceeding on schedule, says Mountrail County Ag Agent Jim Hennessy.

Posted 9/22/16 (Thu) read more »

Parshall Schools to add daycare

The Parshall School Board voted to convert one of the rooms in the Elementary School to be used as a daycare facility.

Posted 9/15/16 (Thu) read more »

Bus driver shortage drives school changes

Parshall School Superintendent Beth Schwarz is looking for a few good drivers.

Posted 9/08/16 (Thu) read more »

Schwarz takes the reins at Parshall Schools

With a 42 year career in public education, Beth Schwarz brings a wealth of experience to her new job as superintendent of Parshall Public Schools.

Posted 9/08/16 (Thu) read more »

North Shore starts new era

“We have to be more of an example to the younger students,” is how Janene Peterson, a senior, at Lewis and Clark-North Shore School in Plaza summed up the new school environment that now includes Kindergarten through grade 12 in Plaza.

Posted 9/01/16 (Thu) read more »

Back to School Celebration continues to grow

Back to school can be a little different on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

Posted 9/01/16 (Thu) read more »