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One of the big questions around New Town lately has been, "with the truck bypass completed, why are there still so many trucks on Main Street?" The New Town City Council took a step in answering that question at its regular meeting Dec. 17.

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The New Town School District is looking at a major revision of its wellness policy to bring it in line with changing federal and state recommendations on childhood nutrition and activities.

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This year’s New Town Elementary Science Fair drew 57 projects and involved 72 students who did experiments and reports on everything from traditional herbs to gravity to oil spills to dancing rice cereal.

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The weather cooperated with comfortable temperatures and little wind last weekend to help New Town Merchants and the community share some holiday cheer at the Annual Parade of Lights, Craft Fair and Walkabout. From start to finish treats were plentiful. It was a delightful day of color, music, laughter and sharing.

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December 11, 2014

A beginning

A new day dawned on the Fort Berthold Reservation on Dec. 4. That evening, a celebration at the 4 Bears Events Center marked the inauguration of a new generation of leadership of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikira Nation.

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The City of New Town is looking for a new police chief.

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It actually was a dark and stormy night, but that didn’t stop members of Fort Berthold Boys and Girls Club from traveling to New Town from as far away as White Shield and Twin Buttes to celebrate the club’s 13th Anniversary.

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November 26, 2014

4 Bears remodel complete

After two decades of contributing to support the Three Affiliated Tribes budget, the 4 Bears Casino and Lodge is getting a little bit back.

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Everyone in North Dakota listens intently to what the weather will bring. It really does matter what the weatherman says especially when it comes to city shops.

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November 20, 2014

Bypass finally a reality

The city of New Town has been waiting for half a decade for some relief from the relentless truck traffic that has been rumbling down its Main Street since the beginning of the Bakken Boom.

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