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Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Chairman Mark Fox used his welcoming speech to oil and gas industry representatives at the MHA Nation Energy Expo to maintain that tribal governments should control the development of resources on the reservation and reap the benefits of that development.

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July 19, 2018

Four Bears turns 25

The year was 1993 and less than a year earlier the Three Affiliated Tribes reached an agreement with the State of North Dakota to allow gaming on the reservation.

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It could not have been a more ideal day for residents of the Lakeside Community Living Center, New Town Senior Citizens and others totaling nearly 70 elderly people to board the Three Affiliated Tribes “Island Girl” cruise ship.

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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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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 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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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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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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