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West Segment honors rodeo heros

West Segment and the West Segment Regulatory Commission honored some of the Mandaree area’s rodeo stars recently.

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Bite the Ice
February 6, 2020

Bite the Ice

The alarm went off at 5 a.m. The truck was already packed and ready to go the night before.

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Dan Bata grew up on a motorcycle and tries to ride every day of the year, even in the dead of winter on his rural home near Belden.

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For a dozen years, basketball referees from the Williston Basin Basketball Officials Association pull out pink whistles for a week to call a foul on breast cancer.

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Youth Judging to be featured at 2020 car show

One of the highlights of the second annual New Town Chamber Classic Car and Motorcycle Show was the opportunity for youth to learn the fine points of evaluating classic cars through the Hagerty Youth Judging program.

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Rec Center takes next step
January 23, 2020

Rec Center takes next step

New Town got a step closer to building a recreation center that will combine a 79-seat theater, eight lane bowling alley and an arcade and concessions on Main Street.

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January 23, 2020

NTPD terminations reversed

The New Town City Council has reversed Police Chief Jackie Halonen’s decision to terminate officers Darren and Deon Carter on appeal.

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When Todd Lindquist looked out his window at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s Riverdale office Friday, the operations manager said the lake was “freezing quick.”

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Ross elevator shut down by fire

United Quality Cooperative’s grain terminal in Ross will be shut down for two or three months because of a grain drier fire that started on Thursday, according to UQ CEO Erik Jacobson.

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The Mandan, Hidatsa Arikara Education Department sponsored a highly-successful event last week at the Northern Lights Center in New Town.

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