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Tucked away for safe keeping in the New Town City Hall display case, is a fragile, yellowed booklet authored by Fred LaRocque and complete with drawings by Eldon Jacobsen.

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Lots in the Eagles Loop subdivision will be sold to the public in August.

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July 15, 2015

Horses and Hands

On the shore of Lake Sakakawea is a small arena surrounded by the beauty of the open country of Western Dakota.

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The Mandan Hidatsa and Arickara Nation, like other communities of people in western North Dakota has had to deal with a tidal wave of illegal drugs, according to Gerald White, TAT Public Safety Commissioner/Chief of Drug Enforcement White is a an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, & Arikara Nation.

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The New Town School Board transferred money into its building fund to prepare its property west of North Dakota Highway 1804 for future development and raised the pay of classified staff at its year end meeting on Tuesday, June 30.

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It’s a difficult topic to talk about, said United States Senator Heidi Heitkamp as she met with nearly two dozen leaders of law enforcement agencies, domestic violence shelters, tribal courts and other community members at the Red Hall in Parshall on Saturday.

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The City of New Town will be selling lots in its Eagle Loop development on Sand Hill to the public. The lots will not be available or the price firmly set until later this summer.

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June 25, 2015

Coming Soon

The underground work for the first three blocks of the west side of the New Town Main Street project should be finished by the end of June, said Project Superintendent Roger Watson.

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June 25, 2015

Hello and Goodbye

The times they are a’changing, and nowhere was that more evident at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Reservation Telephone Cooperative 64th Annual Meeting held in Parshall on June 18.

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Corduroy was a bear. He was a lonely bear and just wanted someone to love him.

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