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Teams from Williston and Minot took the top two spots in the Van Hook Classic Catch and Release Walleye Tournament held last weekend but locals didn’t fare too badly, placing third through fifth

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With graduation behind them and a new year in the offing, members of the New Town School Board started wrapping up the 2016-17 school year and started preparing for the 2017-18 school year.

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If you do not recognize the word Hirraca, it is likely you do not speak that language. The Hiracca language is the focus of the Third Annual Language Summit in Mandaree on June 8 and 9.

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Gordon Blake has officially announced his candidacy for the American Legion West Region Vice-Commander position.

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The New Town Eagles won their third consecutive North Dakota State Class B Boys Track and Field Championship and eclipsed two state records in the process.

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Citizens of New Town will be able to voice their opinions and concerns about the proposed Home Rule Charter for the city.

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New Town hasn’t had a swimming pool for several years, ever since high groundwater damaged the old pool that used to be where the New Town Ambulance building now sits.

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When it comes to selling poppies for Memorial Day, it’s hard to beat two New Town women who have been quietly making it happen for nearly thirty years. Recently, Marlys Aubol, President, of the Beck-Sherven-Foreman American Legion Auxiliary Unit 290, presented Margaret Estvold and Jenny Aisenbrey with awards for their many years of dedicated poppy sales.

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Community members who wish to observe Memorial Day this year will have many area options.

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“We hope the team remains at the ready with little to no use,” is what Tim Weidrich, the North Dakota Emergency Preparedness and Response Section Chief had to say about the recent three day statewide mass casualty training.

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