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October 23, 2014

A beacon for our warriors

Cold and wind moved the ceremony indoors, but the weather could dampen the spirits of area veterans and their families who gathered in the Johnny Bird Center in Four Bears for the groundbreaking of the new MHA Tribal Veterans Center.

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Right now New Town High School has exactly 200 students, a jump of 15 from last year.

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Most of their parents weren’t even born when Billy Mills made his mark in the world.

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Challenges that evolve almost daily in the Bakken Oil play of western North Dakota hold many unknowns. This fact is surely true for Missouri River Resources, the Three Affiliated Tribes’ oil company. No one knows that better than Dave Williams, President and CEO of MRR.

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Portions of New Town lost power on Sept. 27 and Oct. 3. Power was returned after a few hours in both cases.

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U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp paid Fort Berthold Community College a visit this week.

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New Town moved closer to expanding its borders after a public hearing on the annexation 1,260 acres of land into the city.

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The good news is that grain cars have been trickling into area elevators. That makes elevator managers too busy to spend much time on the telephone.

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The New Town City Council is looking forward to the challenges it will face after the expected annexation of hundreds of acres between the current city limits and the North Dakota Highway 23 Bypass next month.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes Administration Building was the scene of a protest Monday by about 50 tribal members calling for the release of a document summarizing an investigation of Tribal Chairman Tex Hall relationship with a man suspected in a murder for hire case.

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