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Serious crimes on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, especially those involving Native Americans, are regarded a federal offenses.

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"We don’t want to leave any groups out of this plan," said James Johns, Police chief, at the June meeting of community groups and individuals focused on developing a solid emergency plan for New Town.

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Sister Lucille Heidt, says she is a "jack of all trades." She also says she is going to miss all the wonderful people she has met on Fort Berthold over her 27 years of experience here.

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The Eagles only qualified in four events for the North Dakota State Class B Track Meet in Bismarck last weekend, but boy did they make the count.

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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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They call themselves the Modern Day Warriors.

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

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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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