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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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The Horn of Plenty is a symbol drawn from classical antiquity that is still used to represent abundance and nourishment at this time of year. It has commonly been used to represent giving for the holidays as well.

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It was a small event, just another small plane coming in to land at a small airport. But it was a big deal in the history of the New Town Airport.

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November 13, 2014

Keeping up the Vision

It’s been a long three years, according to Shirley Brentup, executive director of the VisionWest Consortium.

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November 6, 2014

Fox wins Chairman’s seat

Mark Fox will be the next Chairman of the Three Affiliated Tribes, defeating Damon Williams 53 percent to 47 percent in the tribal election held Tuesday.

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Every Veterans Day citizens honor the service of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. We honor them all, but briefly, we will especially honor our WWII veterans, whose numbers are fading fast. The WW War II Veterans Memorial website says, "Service, Sacrifice, Unity, Victory."

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Two robberies were reported in New Town Monday and Tuesday. The New Town Police Department Chief of Police David Shawstad said he believes both crimes were committed by the same person.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes are at a crossroads, and Mark Fox and Damon Williams were in New Town on Thursday, Oct. 23 asking tribal members to decide which way they want to turn.

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Domestic violence has long been a scourge on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.

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