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September 15, 2016

NTPD cleaning up the streets

“This is the one that is scary,” James Johns said as he held up a pistol for the New Town City Council to see.

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Enrollment in New Town Public Schools is way up this year.

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Fifty years is a long time or at least it seems like a long time to most people. Over at the Lakeside Community Living Center they are experiencing that benchmark.

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Robert Powers grew up in Lewiston, Maine.

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Back to school can be a little different on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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First thing in the morning it is hard to resist a good donut.

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Way back in 2000, the 4 Bears Casino and Lodge dedicated its brand new events center with a concert by a young, up and coming country singer named Toby Keith.

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The bull boat, bone and antler gardening tools and leather and fur clothing look like they could be out of any museum of early American history in the nation. But they are all fairly new.

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A powwow celebration is a celebration of the senses. You can feel the throbbing pulse of the drums, hear the singers magical voices and the arena if filled with every color of the rainbow plus a few more.

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It was late in the winter of 1894 at Fort Buford, near present day Williston. The grass would be turning green in a matter of weeks, but then there was still snow on the ground.

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