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April 20, 2017

Where did the snow go?

It might be hard to remember, but for about six weeks after Thanksgiving, it looked like it was going to a winter for the record books with more than four feet of snow covering towns, farms, and pastures.

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Things are changing in the North Segment of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation and Tribal Businsess Council representative Dr. Monica Mayer thinks they are changing for the better.

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It is likely Red Sanderson’s name is familiar to nearly anyone who hears it in New Town. Sanderson has been around the community for a long time.

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Packing heat could be the new motto of residents across the state. A new law signed by Gov. Doug Burgum lets citizens carry a concealed weapon if they meet the eligibility requirements for a Class 2 concealed weapons’ license and have possessed a valid North Dakota driver’s license or ID card for at least a year.

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Most of the Bakken saw double digit declines in sales and purchases according to information released by the North Dakota Tax Department.

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The New Town School Board is considering adoption of a policy to guide administrators and staff on how to respond to threats of violence on school property.

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Thomas W. Fredericks, son of John Sr. and Catherine Fredericks, was born into a family of nine siblings who were put to work on their ranch alongside the little Missouri, located on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has completed its environmental analysis on a proposal to drill oil wells on private land within the Fort Berthold Reservation near Lake Sakakawea.

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Barb DeTienne was selected as the Distinguished Service Award recipient for 2017 by the Mountrail County Ag Improvement Association.

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It started in Makoti before the United States entered into what would become know as World War I and soon it will end in New Town almost 100 years later.

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