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The participants in the paintball battles that took place near the Johnny Bird Memorial Hall at Four Bears Segment last week were tending to some of their wounds the next day.

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Grant offers STEM organization for elementary

William Telsrow, the new STEM teacher at Edwin Loe Elementary School in New Town has launched the exciting curriculum that incorporates science, technology, engineering and math into serious learning.

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New Town High School Prinicipal John Gartner got a surprise in the past few weeks when nearly 100 freshmen signed up for classes in the 2019-20 school year.

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Meet New Town’s new teachers

Maritas M. Dona I grew up in Hermoza Bayambang, in the Philippines with my family.

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For the children, a safe place to stay

Law enforcement stops a vehicle and the driver is found to be drunk, have active warrants or is carrying illegal drugs.

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August 15, 2019

Paddling all the Missouri

A group of voyageurs came ashore this week at the 4 Bears Marina to rest up before braving the big water of Lake Sakakawea.

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Four Bears breaks ground for new store

The MHA Nation’s plan to develop the Four Bears Peninsula as a vacation destination took another step last week as dignitaries gathered to break ground for an expansion of the Eagles Landing Convenience Store on North Dakota Highway 23.

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The streets of New Town were a bustle of activity last Thursday morning as the staff of ‘The Door’ Resource and Recovery Lodge and their supporters prepared for North Segment Sobriety Celebration Course.

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August 1, 2019

Seeing smoke

The celebrations of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara people have brought dancers, drummers and singers from across Indian Country and beyond to their homes along the Missouri River for decades.

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Practicing for the unthinkable

The radio crackles to life, the dispatcher calmly relays the information, “There has been a truck collision at the transload facility in New Town.

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