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The prediction remains: the Garrison Dam spillway will not open.

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There is a new look to The Village in Four Bears Segment. High up on a hill, like a palace for the people, sits the new Johnny Bird Veterans Memorial Center.

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July 5, 2018

Bakken bouncing back

The core of the Bakken oil field is bouncing back as activity keeps picking up after a couple of years of lower oil prices.

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The pounding hooves shook the ground at the Healing Horse Ranch near Parshall as the Northeast Segment sponsored Indian Relay Racing at the track that was built at the ranch last year.

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In most eyes, New Town is a pretty new place, having come into being in the early 1950s. But that still means parts of town are more than 70 years old and some of it is starting to look its age.

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The dream of reuniting the people of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation who were separated by the flooding of Lake Sakakawea got a little bit closer Tuesday.

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After ideal conditions Friday and despite about six hours of steady rain Saturday, the Eighth Annual Adrian Foote Memorial Rodeo in New Town was a big success.

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June 14, 2018

Hot Wheels

New Town Car Show a success There was something for everyone at the inaugural New Town Classic Car Show held Friday on Main Street, from two Model Ts nearly a century old to the classic muscle cars of the 60s to a tricked out pickup from 2017.

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Van Hook Classic has big weekend When the Van Hook Classic Catch and Release Tournament was rebooted five years ago, 40 pounds of of walleye caught over two days was good enough for a top five finish. For the 2018 tournament, 40 pounds wouldn’t get you close to cracking the top 50.

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June 7, 2018

Ride’m Cowboy!

Blaine Foote likes to watch bucking broncos. That’s good because a record number of cowboys have signed up for this year’s Adrian Foote Memorial Rodeo to be held at the New Town Rodeo Grounds June 15 and 16.

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