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North Segment Staff attended Recovery Day at the North Dakota State Capitol on Monday, Feb. 4.

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Weather breaks favor Bite the Ice

The 2019 Bite the Ice at the Hook threaded the needle between bone-chilling below zero temperatures and 10 inches of snow and anglers who braved the ice were rewarded with one of the best tournaments results in recent memory.

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Twelve hundred youth are better off now than they were before. The Three Affiliated Tribes Diabetes Project has undertaken a rigorous schedule of diabetse screenings across the Fort Berthold Reservation and its schools.

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MHA leaders celebrate new beginnings

An appreciation ceremony for the MHA Nation from the recently-elected MHA Nation Tribal Business Council members last Saturday in the Four Bears Casino Ballroom.

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January 31, 2019

An exciting day

North Segment, city to work together for community development 2019 will be a year of changes in New Town if all the developments planned by North Segment and the City of New Town come to fruition.

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The New Town City Council is looking for ways it can find money for its partnership with North Segment to demolish the old Vo-Ag building on Main Street and redevelop it as a recreation center for the community.

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Opening the Gateway to Science

The New Town School gym was a flurry of science activity as students kicked off the Gateway to Science Project. Eager and hard working students focused on some aspect of their favorite science topics.

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We are moving into the fourth week of the government shutdown and it is likely people will want to know how it impacts our area. It is a mixed bag for us.

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Mandaree School is on a fast track

The Mandaree Warriors are going to have a new home in the fall of 2020 if all goes according to plan.

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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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