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PRC to be rebuilt

The Parshall City Council authorized the organization, which provides substance abuse counseling, to demolish half of its building in downtown Parshall. The PRC plans to build a more up to date facility on the site and add a 600 sq.ft. room for group therapy sessions.

Posted 11/20/14 (Thu) read more »

Hands on science excites area students

When students hear Sharon Smith, NDSU Extension Agent from the Mountrail County Office, rolling her stacked cases down the hallway at Parshall Elementary School, they become excited about the science lesson they know is coming. The reason is that hands on science is a winner in the classroom.

Posted 11/20/14 (Thu) read more »

Area vets appointed to state committee

Last week, Governor Jack Dalrymple re-appointed Dave Hilleren of New Town to a three year term on the Administrative Committee on Veterans Affairs (ACOVA).

Posted 11/13/14 (Thu) read more »

Keeping up the Vision with VisionWest

It’s been a long three years, according to Shirley Brentup, executive director of the VisionWest Consortium.

Posted 11/13/14 (Thu) read more »

Veterans Day 2014, keeping our WWII Veterans in mind

Posted 11/06/14 (Thu) read more »

Fox wins Chairman’s seat

Mark Fox will be the next Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes, defeating Damon Williams 53 percent to 47 percent in the tribal election held Tuesday.

Posted 11/06/14 (Thu) read more »

Chairman candidates look at future promises, today’s challenges

The Three Affiliated Tribes are at a crossroads, and Mark Fox and Damon Williams were in New Town on Thursday, Oct. 23 asking tribal members to decide which way they want to turn.

Posted 10/30/14 (Thu) read more »

Lisa Lee brings Yoga to Mountrail County

When Lisa Lee first sought out Yoga it was during a time when she worked as a peace officer on Las Vegas Boulevard for four and a half years. She reminds herself that it was anything but peaceful.

Posted 10/30/14 (Thu) read more »

Old Memorial Church and Cemetery to be rescued

The old Memorial Church and Cemetery south of Parshall have been a fixture of the region for nearly 90 years, even if their location hasn’t been fixed.

Posted 10/23/14 (Thu) read more »

A beacon for our warriors

Cold and wind moved the ceremony indoors, but the weather could dampen the spirits of area veterans and their families who gathered in the Johnny Bird Center in Four Bears for the groundbreaking of the new MHA Tribal Veterans Center.

Posted 10/23/14 (Thu) read more »