New Town News - News

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

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

With just six weeks left in the projected timeline for the Main Street reconstruction project, some community members are starting to wonder if it will ever end.

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

August 27, 2015

Look for the back door

Shoppers at the businesses in phase two of the Main Street Project from Eagle Drive to Central Avenue will have to park behind those businesses starting next week.

read more

August 27, 2015

From Mandaree to the INFR

Casey Stone has always had a love of horses and rodeo.

read more

Wendi Wells wants children on the Fort Berthold Reservation to have the stuff they need to succeed in school and in life.

read more

August 20, 2015

Phase Three starts Friday

Work on the Main Street Construction project will see major work begin on the final leg of the project, from Center Avenue to East Avenue start on Friday, August 21.

read more

The New Town School Board got a surprise at its regular meeting Tuesday, and it was one of the good kind of surprises.

read more

The native tradition is one that honors warriors. The Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara peoples continue that tradition into the modern age.

read more

The Weather Network