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While pickups and cars can now cruise the full length of the newly completed and renovated Main Street of New Town, there is still a lot of work going on around New Town.

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Joshua Bell is home in Mandaree now after one tour in Iraq and two tours in Afghanistan.

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The boom is over but that doesn’t mean we are in a bust, yet.

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A shooting at the Hilltop Trailer Court in Parshall forced lockdowns at area schools.

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Marc Bluestone, Superintendent of New Town High School does not know exactly what the finished product will look like but he has a vision and does know it is important to honor the Veterans who graduated from his school.

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New Town has survived its spring and summer without a Main Street. With a little care, the new streets and sidewalks will last for decades and the city of New Town wants to make sure that happens.

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It certainly wasn’t the first time Vietnam veterans gathered to share stories and mark an anniversary or other benchmark.

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"Unfortunately, It is too late for many of the veterans who are already gone," said Dave Hilleran, Commander of American Legion Post 290 in New Town as he addressed the 50th year Commemoration of the Vietnam War.

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The Beetles had a hit with "The Long and Winding Road," and while New Town’s Main Street isn’t that long and doesn’t wind much at all, the process of getting the street replaced from the sewers to the sidewalks has been very long and very winding.

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October 22, 2015

Finishing the job

With more than a dozen big projects winding down, including the massive state Main Street reconstruction, talking about more construction is likely the last thing on the mind of New Town residents.

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