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Eagles hold off Wildcats to be Region 8 champion

The New Town Eagles grabbed the lead in the middle quarters of the Region 8 Boys Basketball Tournament held at the 4 Bears Event Center in New Town and held off a late charge by the North Shore-Plaza Wildcats to win the Region 8 Boys Basketball Championship.

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March 19, 2020

CLOSED

What should have been a happy event turned serious at the New Town School Board meeting.

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Veterans have a new place to heal in New Town

It has been a long and winding road, but veterans have a new place where they can rest body and soul and get help receiving all the benefits they have earned as the MHA Nation officially opened its new veterans center located near the Elbowoods Clinic in New Town.

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March 12, 2020

Bluestone steps down

After a 31 year career in education, the last 14 years as the superintendent of the New Town School District, Mark Bluestone will be retiring on December 31.

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Down to the last second

The New Town Eagles are the champions of District 15 Boys Basketball having squeaked past the North Shore Plaza Wildcats 46-45 in a seesaw battle.

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The Northern Lights Wellness Center in New Town recently resounded to the sound of drums and children’s laughter.

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A North Dakota Spa Day
February 27, 2020

A North Dakota Spa Day

While the weather has been mild for February, there was a definite chill in the air for the 2020 MHA Nation Ice Warrior Plunge at the 4 Bears Marina.

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February 27, 2020

Cleaning up in New Town

Dr. Monica Mayer said that part of the reason she wanted to run for segment representative nearly four years ago was to clean up New Town in many different ways.

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A call from the Hall
February 20, 2020

A call from the Hall

The horse binds the disparate cultures of North Dakota together. That’s what Rick Thompson, Executive Director of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame believes.

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February 13, 2020

Here to there and back again

A lot of the local fans know them by their first names. Why shouldn’t they?

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