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The roller coaster ride of the oil boom and subsequent bust have created a tough environment to start, sustain or sell a business on the Main Street of New Town or Parshall.

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January 18, 2018

Armoring up

Most of New Town’s police officers work their shifts alone, but Officer Darren Carter has a partner, K-9 Officer Delphi.

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For people who don’t take sub zero temperatures seriously, Aaron Hawkins, a paramedic with the New Town Ambulance suggests that taking precautions against the bitter cold is still a good idea.

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For the first time since 2014, North Dakota saw taxable sales and purchases increase for two consecutive quarters, indicating that the state continues to climb out of the economic doldrums.

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Brrr. That temperature gauge just seems to be dropping lower and lower. Sub zero temperatures have been commonplace these days.

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The New Town Police Department is close to moving into its new, permanent home.

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December 27, 2017

Stories of the Year 2017

Bar and liquor store owners were caught in the middle of a dispute between the Three Affiliated Tribes and the State of North Dakota this year.

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Committees of the North Dakota Legislature rarely meet outside of the North Dakota State Capitol in Bismarck. But the growing tension between tribes and the state led the Interim Tribal Taxation Committee to hold a field hearing on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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A coalition of conservation and tribal citizen groups today filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California challenging the Trump Administration’s suspension of the Bureau of Land Management’s Waste Prevention Rule and seeking to have these protections put back in place.

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Edwin Loe Elementary School is close to bursting at the seams, figuratively anyway.

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