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January 10, 2019

Lives washed away

Lake Sakakawea may be a summer destination for some, but for others, the water stands as an everlasting symbol — a symbol of life destroyed for those that lived in the Missouri River Valley prior to 1954.

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Eagles fly high at MHA Science Fair

New Town Middle School students participated in the MHA Nation Science Fair on January 7.

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We live in North Dakota and we know winter brings snow storms. This year is no exception.

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Dancers and drums greet the New Year

The dancing and traditional drum brought in the new year of 2019 in a very special way. The special event was the 2019 Midwinter New Year’s Powwow Celebration at the Northern Lights Wellness Center in New Town.

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MHA to offer tribal license plates

The MHA Nation will soon begin offering tribal license plates to tribal members living on the For Berthold Reservation.

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Happy New Year. That is a salutation we will be hearing often soon as many of us gather to ring in 2019.

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Even though Santa has not come down the chimney yet, our area communities have taken the holiday as an opportunity to get together with each other and celebrate the season with food, festivities, song and generosity of gift and spirit.

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Legion sponsors Oratory Contest

The District 9 American Legion oratory contest is completed. Beck-Sherven- Foreman post sponsored the event in collaboration with New Town High School.

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Beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Tables Event

Guests who attended the Fourth Annual Bethel Lutheran Church Tables event enjoyed the mid day meal and its glittering Christmas environment. Fourteen beautifully decorated tables greeted guests as they entered the fellowship room.

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December 13, 2018

Remembering the whole family

There are many programs out there to assist families who need support getting through tough times because of financial struggles, substance abuse, domestic violence and other serious problems.

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