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August 14, 2013

The voices of the people

While there are many things that are memorable about celebrations like last weekend’s Little Shell Celebration or the Nuxbaaga Celebration in June, anyone attending these events can’t escape one aspect – the sounds.

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School starts Thursday at New Town Public Schools. After reviewing an experimental school calendar used last year, the school plans changes to help boost student performance in the 2013-14 school year.

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Scott Eagle, 50, a former North Segment Representative on the TAT Tribal Business Council, died after a boating accident on Tuesday, July 30.

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The timeless beauty of more than a dozen drums sounding ancient rhythms will resound across the Missouri River once more as the Antelope Society again presents the Little Shell Celebration in Four Bears.

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It is pretty evident to a lot of people that New Town will be a different place in a few years.

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Young members of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation have a foot in two worlds. One world is that of their elders and the traditions and beliefs that have been handed down the generations since time immemorial.

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It was a mixed group of community leaders, including mayors, city councilmen, county commissioners as well as some members of the general public who came to the RTC building in Parshall to learn about where the Bakken is going and what will be the oil boom’s impact on communities, the economy, roads, emergency services and how the State of North Dakota should respond.

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There has been a lot of interest in New Town ever since the oil boom started booming.

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The New Town City Council met in a special session on July 11 to decide whether or not apply for additional oil impact grant money.

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Without understanding the present you can’t set a path for the future. That is part of a project that is being coordinated by Ed Hall called MHA Tomorrow.

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