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Tribe, industry want to address flaring

Any dark evening around the western end of Lake Sakakawea isn’t very dark these days.

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The bond between soldiers who fought on the battlefield together is an unbreakable one.

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Rodeo on the rise in Mandaree

Two relatively new groups, the Mandaree Rodeo Committee and the Northern Badlands Indian Rodeo Association came together to put on quite a show in Mandaree on Sunday.

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The New Town High School Class of 2019 set another distinction this year. Not only was it the largest class ever to graduation, it had the highest graduation rate in many years, at nearly 83 percent, according to school Superintendent Marc Bluestone.

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Keeping the traditions alive

Recently the main lodge at the Earth Lodge Village rang to the beat of the drum and words passed down from father to son as MHA Tourism sponsored a Traditional

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Two area students participated in the North Dakota Legion and Auxiliary Boys and Girls State Programs this year.

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The Four Bears Water Park is now twice the fun with a new expansion to the facility. Tribal Chairman Mark N. Fox snipped the ribbon and scores of children and adults rushed by him to enjoy the water park last Friday afternoon.

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Babies and bulls and broncs

Blaine Foote has one foot in the past and another in the future as he organized four days of rodeo excitement held at the New Town Rodeo Grounds.

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Hear those motors rumble

The chrome gleamed and the motors either growled or purred as the second annual New Town Chamber Classic Car Show graced the Main Street of New Town.

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Calling young cowhands

Rodeo fever is spreading like wildfire over the Fort Berthold Reservation and the Mandaree Rodeo Association wants to help local youth get in on the action.

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