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Thumbs down on porta potty business

The Parshall City Council decided against rezoning a 10 acre plot of land in the southeastern part of the city from Agricultural to Commercial because the council members felt the proposed business would not fit in with the city’s future plans for the the area.

Posted 4/03/14 (Thu) read more »

Building a herd

The FFA is a competitive bunch. Each year students all across the state match their expertise in areas ranging from crops and livestock to parliamentary procedure and the history of FFA striving to make their chapter the best in North Dakota so they can move on to national competition.

Posted 4/03/14 (Thu) read more »

Parshall FFA attends State Winter CDE's in Minot

Parshall FFA students attended the State FFA Winter CDE’s (Career Developments Events) in Minot Monday, and brought home a trophy and a handful of bronze ribbons.

Posted 3/27/14 (Thu) read more »

North Dakota Community Foundation Endowment Surpasses $50 Million

The North Dakota Community Foundation has announced that it surpassed $50 million in endowed assets in 2013.

Posted 3/27/14 (Thu) read more »

Lewis and Clark School District bond issue meetings planned

Patrons of the Lewis & Clark School District will head to the polls Tuesday, April 8 to decide whether to approve a $15 million bond issue.

Posted 3/20/14 (Thu) read more »

More arrests in Fed operation Winter’s End

U.S. Attorney Timothy Q. Purdon announced that on Wednesday, March 12, 2014, a federal search warrant was executed at 8571 39th Street Northwest just east of New Town, N.D., as Phase III of the continuing investigation dubbed Operation Winter’s End.

Posted 3/20/14 (Thu) read more »

Missing person alert has tragic outcome

A report of a missing person who was last seen March 5 at the Roseglen Bar turned tragic this past weekend when the body of Robin Fox was found about a half mile from the tiny community in western McLean County.

Posted 3/12/14 (Wed) read more »

Grueneich commended for 25 years in Parshall

Mark Grueneich came to Parshall in the mid 1980s looking to gain some experience as a teacher and a football coach. He thought he would move on after a few years, but after a few decades, he’s still here.

Posted 3/12/14 (Wed) read more »

Whose land is it anyway?

Two meetings about whether land around Lake Sakakawea and Lake Oahe should be transferred to someone other than the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers came with different responses.

Posted 3/06/14 (Thu) read more »

Council hears about the trailer court cleanup plans

The Parshall City Council had a discussion about the Northeast Segment’s plan to clean up and improve the tribal trailer court in Parshall.

Posted 3/06/14 (Thu) read more »