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House Bill 1087 passed the state legislature last week and the Governor has signed it.

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Wednesday, February 4, 2015 was National Signing Day in the world of college athletics. Elijah Grady of New Town, North Dakota signed and faxed his National Letter of Intent to the University of North Dakota, officially committing himself to the university and its Division I football team.

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The photos stretched across two walls of the New Town Civic Center.

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North Dakota regulators are keeping a close eye on the Missouri River these days as two major spill are causing water quality concerns for Williston and other communities downstream, including Mandaree and Parshall, that use Lake Sakakawea as a water source.

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When Joe and Jennifer Stillwell moved to New Town three years ago, they were looking for a place to put down roots.

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Home schooled children will not be eligible to be valedictorian or receive a diploma from the New Town School District under a new policy under consideration by the New Town School Board.

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Law enforcement agencies in the area will be holding a meeting to talk about community issues and questions at the New Town Civic Center at 7 p.m., on Thursday, Jan. 22.

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January 15, 2015

TB testing goes smoothly

About 96 percent of students at the New Town were tested for tuberculosis on Friday and the results were read on Monday, according to school superintendent Marc Bluestone.

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A student at New Town High School has been diagnosed with an a case of active tuberculosis (TB).

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The New Town City Council met with former North Dakota Commerce Commissioner Shane Goettle to help map out the city’s strategy to protect its interests in the upcoming North Dakota Legislative Session.

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