New Town News - News

April 16, 2015

Telling the story

Synergy is property of two or more things or people being able to accomplish more than they would working on their own.

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Dennis Gaxiola thinks he is a funny guy.

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In February, Whiting Employees partnered with North Dakota Can and the North Dakota Petroleum Council and stepped up for the First Annual Battle in the Baaken Blood drive.

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For more than 85 years, the United Prairie cooperative has served this area, first as the Farmers Union Cooperative organized in old Sanish in 1929, which moved to New Town as Lake Sakakawea claimed the community in the early 1950s.

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It is going to be a long summer for residents of New Town and people trying to get from here to there on North Dakota Highway 23 as the New Town City Council accepted a number of bids for projects and gave its OK for a state project to totally replace Main Street at a special council meeting on March 31.

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March 26, 2015

Johns takes over NTPD

Officer James Johns of the New Town Police Department has been a familiar face on the streets of New Town for the past year, but as of last month he will be carrying a new title – Chief James Johns.

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Cory Osborn was still living in Michigan when he heard about jobs in North Dakota from his grandparents, Ron and Joyce Hanson who ranch near New Town. Cory’s Mother, sister and brother moved here before Cory did and found work.

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James Johns, New Town’s new Police Chief does not have to think twice about the value of their K-9 dog and handler to his department.

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Shopko, located in the former Alco store in New Town, has completed its much anticipated conversion to Shopko Hometown and will celebrate with a grand opening next week.

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The Parshall Braves whipped the Watford City Wolves 75-66 and the New Town Eagles triumphed in the Battle of the Birds over the Kenmare Honkers 64-59 to set up a rematch of the District 15 Championship that the Braves won in New Town on Feb. 26.

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