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Highway 23 construction near Makoti on track

"Safety remains the primary reason for continued construction on Highway 23," James Redding of the ND Department of Transportation’s Minot Office commented on the current reconstruction project west of Makoti.

Posted 8/20/15 (Thu) read more »

Parshall School Board approves tentative budget

School property taxes will be going up in the Parshall School District next year, but not by much, said school superintendent John Weidner.

Posted 8/13/15 (Thu) read more »

Living her art

The African savanna and an oil painting of a Kudu, an antelope like animal, will soon take Peggy Myers’ painting of them from her home in Parshall to a more global setting.

Posted 8/13/15 (Thu) read more »

Teacher Shortage Critical, state says

With time running out to assist North Dakota school districts with teacher shortages, last week North Dakota’s Education Standards and Practices Board, which is the state’s teacher licensing agency, voted unanimously to endorse a proposal from the recently formed DPI teacher shortage task force.

Posted 8/05/15 (Wed) read more »

Parshall, Plaza still looking for teachers as school start looms

While a widespread discussion goes on at the state level in North Dakota about critical teacher shortages, local schools find the reality of that discussion all too close to home.

Posted 8/05/15 (Wed) read more »

Tribal Oil Wells reach production stage

Dave Williams, President and CEO of Missouri River Resources LLC, the Three Affiliated Tribes chartered energy company, calls it like he sees it.

Posted 7/30/15 (Thu) read more »

Plaza school prepares for K-12, Makoti school will close

Plaza School looks like a construction zone right now.

Posted 7/30/15 (Thu) read more »

Parshall School Board seats two new members

At the July 17 Parshall School Board meeting, two newly elected members were seated with the board.

Posted 7/22/15 (Wed) read more »

The heartbeat of the powwow

Anyone who has ever attended a powwow will always remember the rhythmic, almost hypnotic beat of the drums that accompany the hundreds of dancers that fill the area.

Posted 7/22/15 (Wed) read more »

City Council mulls riding rules

The Parshall City Council wants to crack down on riders who run four wheelers through town, but not quite yet.

Posted 7/15/15 (Wed) read more »