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Yet another winter storm has brought northwestern North Dakota to a standstill, stalling traffic, closing schools and stranding livestock and wildlife.

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There is no doubt the residents of Mountrail County want to lose some weight and become physically fit in the next three months.

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A Minot man was in New Town Monday to drum up support for an agricultural industry that remains controversial on a federal level even though it is legal in North Dakota.

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Not only are four of the biggest names in Christian rock music today appearing on stage in an unprecedented concert in New Town Feb. 16, but it will be the first time these bands will appear on an Indian reservation together.

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New Town High School student Cesar Alvarez hasn't yet graduated from high school and he's already done something most Americans won't have the chance of doing in their lifetime.

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A new program aimed at dramatically improving health and wellness on the Fort Berthold Reservation, is starting out with 40 target families in its first year and will add 40 in the second year.

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With a temperature swing of 81 degrees in less than a week, weather continues to dominate the news headlines in western North Dakota as January 2009 heads into the history books.

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Former Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes Russell Mason Sr., died Wednesday, Jan. 14 in Rock View Nursing Home in Parshall. Mason was 72.

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New Town's volunteer Fire Department just completed another busy year in 2008 and is prepared for a similar year in 2009.

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There's still plenty of winter to go yet, but U. S. Army Corps of Engineers officials predict Lake Sakakawea should peak at about 1830 mean sea level (msl) this summer - approximately six feet higher than the present level of 1824.6 msl.

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