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Outlot 2 development resets

The quest to develop Outlot 2 was reset after the New Town City Council terminated its contract with the developer who was unable to secure funding to build duplexes on the 14 acre lot.

Posted 10/25/12 (Thu) read more »

A new school in New Town

Classes have been underway for a few days in the new New Town High School building, but the facility got its official kick off with a ribbon cutting Monday night.

Posted 10/25/12 (Thu) read more »

Refinery site becomes tribal land

The project to build a diesel fuel refinery on North Dakota Highway 23 near Makoti got another boost as Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar came to New Town to announce that the site of the project will be transferred from fee land status to trust land under tribal control.

Posted 10/18/12 (Thu) read more »

Moving Day at NTHS

It was a new day in New Town Monday as students pitched in to move the New Town High School into its new digs.

Posted 10/18/12 (Thu) read more »

School addition close to finish

The wait is nearly over. Starting Monday, students, faculty and staff will start moving from the old middle school to the new school addition that has been under construction all summer.

Posted 10/11/12 (Thu) read more »

Four Bears Lodge adds 122 rooms

The Four Bears Casino & Lodge broke ground in April on a major expansion. On Wednesday,

Posted 10/11/12 (Thu) read more »

City examines water woes

The City of New Town invested in a new water treatment plant five years ago that serves both the city and the Fort Berthold Rural Water System Sanish tower.

Posted 10/04/12 (Thu) read more »

Voters to decide on tribal constitution

The Three Affiliated Tribes are governed by a constitution that dates back to the Indian Reorganization Act of 1936.

Posted 10/04/12 (Thu) read more »

New Town gets electrical upgrade

New Town is due for an upgrade that should give the city more reliable electrical service.

Posted 9/27/12 (Thu) read more »

Reservation Goes Up in Smoke

It’s been a busy summer for Marle Baker. As the Fire Management Officer for the Three Affiliated Tribes, Baker has spent most of his summers helping other communities battle wildfires from Alabama to California.

Posted 9/27/12 (Thu) read more »