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June 6, 2013

New taste in New Town

Ask any resident of New Town, or even people just passing through, what the town needs and as often as not, one of the first things they say will be, “a different place to eat.”

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It was a celebration of identity and pride.

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New Town sits in the land of wide open spaces, so it is ironic that the thing it needs the most is space.

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The Fort Berthold Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9061 and Auxiliary have had many honored members over the years.

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Wendi Wells grew up in the Four Bears Segment, able to walk or run just about anywhere without worry. Now she is afraid her daughter will never know that same freedom because of the dangers that oil development has brought to the reservation.

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The influx of people looking at developing in and around New Town has encouraged the New Town City Council to focus on revitalizing its planning process.

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Next year’s elementary students, and those for many years to come will be reminded every day of this year’s high school art class.

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After a winter that never seemed to end, the sun came out and a warm breeze welcomed leaders of the MHA Nation, oil industry representatives and many guests and dignitaries to the site of Thunder Butte Petroleum’s proposed refinery near Makoti.

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Not everyone on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation is thrilled about what the oil boom has done to the region.

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The Mandan/Hidatsa/Arikara (MHA) Nation is the lead investor in new hotel project planned for Bismarck.

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