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When Harry "the Greek" Amanatidis came to New Town a few years ago, he was just looking to build a new business selling Greek-American food to a hungry community.

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"The study shows clear evidence of direct water contamination from fracking," said Avner Vengosh, professor of geochemistry and water quality at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment.

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A Grummen F4F Wildcat fighter plane almost did not make the trip to New Town.

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They call themselves the Modern Day Warriors.

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May 16, 2016

Touching the past

It is a hidden gem in our own back yard. The Knife River Indian Village at Stanton is part of the National Park Service and it preserves a key piece of North Dakota history, an important Hidatsa village that was occupied more than 250 years ago.

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Eugenia Kirk loves a good story. That’s why, when she had an opening in her busy schedule as the 2016 Indian Rodeo Queen, she dropped in on the New Town Head Start to read a story and share some oranges with the children.

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Hands can do many things. They can wave hello. They can carry things. They can color and draw pictures.

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April showers may lead to May flowers, but significant rain in the area in the last few weeks also means that farmers are also moving quickly to get their fields planted.

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In a wild weekend, the New Town Fire Department found itself constantly on the run for more than 24 hours as it battled three structure fires and an oil well tank explosion Saturday and Sunday.

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"We’re running out of room and we’re running out of time," said New Town City Coordinator Daryl Lyson.

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