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December 22, 2016

City work nearly complete

The New Town City Council reviewed its construction projects for 2016 and found that all of them were very nearly complete.

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If you are looking for Santa’s elves, you would not need to look any further than New Town High School. The Family And Consumer Science class at New Town was very busy recently.

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The death of Edwin Benson, of Twin Buttes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, who was the last living fluent speaker of Mandan could bring the possible extinction of a language that expressed the unique experiences and perceptions of a once-thriving tribe of Plains Indians.

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The New Town School Board took another step to cope with an influx of students that continues to grow in spite of a drop in oilfield activity.

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The snow fell everywhere the first time. It did its best to block streets and roadways.

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In the brief window between a record-setting snowfall and a three day blizzard, New Town got a chance to kick off the celebration of the holidays with the Annual Parade of Lights and Christmas Walkabout on Friday.

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For most of us it would seem like a stretch from South Africa to New Town, but for Gregory Keates it is not. Keates just opened his new business, Buy and Cell in the mini mall on Main Street in New Town.

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December 1, 2016

Winter Storm slams region

Old man winter barreled into our state with a vengeance this week.

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The New Town City Council will have a voice in the North Dakota Legislature when in meets in January, 2017.

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New Town Police Chief James Johns is wielding a sledgehammer as often as a badge these days.

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