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Though oil production in North Dakota first began in the 1950's, the large-scale production didn’t begin until the discovery of the Parshall Field in 2007, according to the report. Since then, North Dakota’s crude oil production has grown at a ... (Fuel Fix)
Vivian Marie (Ahlgren) Schneider was born and raised on a farm in Parshall, N.D. She came to Longview in 1941 and married her husband Joe on Oct. 21, 1945, in Vancouver. They made a home in Longview ... and going to North Dakota to visit her family there. (Longview Daily News)
Donald Price, 76, New Town, died Friday, June 20, 2014 at Manorcare Nursing Home in Minot. Donald Rae Price was born ... Inez Lee (Clayton) of Parshall and Helen Allen (Donald) of Watford City; grandchildren, Justin Clemens (Sara) and Megan Aldinger ... (Jamestown Sun)
Watford City Girls basketball team along with their happy fans celebrate after defeating Parshall in overtime ... McKenzie Building Center, Inc., or MBCI as it has become known around the Bakken, has been serving Northwest North Dakota and McKenzie County ... (RoundupWEB)
Parshall Richard E. Parshall died late in the evening of ... At age 80 he designed a house that was built in Virginia, where he lived for almost ten years. Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Lynchburg, is assisting the family, (434) 237-9424. (The News & Advance)
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