New Town News - News

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.

read more

The original plans for the New Town Highway 23 Bypass, or Truck Reliever Route, called for the bypass to avoid the city completely.

read more

October 8, 2015

Upside down system

For Frank Felix, things are getting out of hand in the White Shield area.

read more

Things are really hopping on Main Street. With just four weeks left in the schedule, Marschuetz Construction Project Manager Roger Watson is increasingly hopeful that traffic will be moving through New Town before the snow flies.

read more

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Willow Smith knows that better than anyone and as Suicide Prevention Coordinator for the Boys and Girls programs on Fort Berthold worked diligently with children in her neighborhoods.

read more

This week will mark some major milestones in the progress of the Main Street Project, which is scheduled to be completed in just one month.

read more

September 17, 2015

City projects winding down

Along with the state’s reconstruction of Main Street, New Town residents have been coping with a dozen city projects going on at the same time.

read more

Since 2007 and the birth of the Bakken Boom, most schools in western North Dakota have faced a flood of new students, most notably in Watford City which is likely to be boosted from the ranks of Class B schools to Class A next year.

read more

For centuries, the Mandan and Hidatsa people lived on the banks of the Missouri River, raising magnificent gardens of corn, beans and squash.

read more

The New Town News asked the new teachers at New Town High School and Edwin Loe Elementary School to give a short biography to introduce themselves to the community.

read more

The Weather Network