New Town News - News

July 6, 2017

End of the bust?

The steep declines in sales and purchases in North Dakota may be leveling off, possibly signaling an end of the economic decline of the last two years.

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Who speaks for trees?, asked the title character in Dr. Suess’ book the Lorax.

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It’s for the door prizes, for the food, for the $25 credit. Folks might say that’s why they attend the Annual Reservation Telephone meeting. And those things might be true also, but then they get serious.

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A silent killer stalks the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation. Its name is diabetes.

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No challenges were raised at a public hearing on adopting a home rule charter for the city of New Town.

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Marathon Oil has donated $10,000 to the New Town Fire Department to be used for the construction of a new fire hall.

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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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