New Town News - News

May 2, 2013

Roadwork ahead

The joke is as old as it is true. North Dakota is land four seasons; almost winter, winter, still winter and road construction.

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A group of residents of the area north and east of New Town presented a letter outlining their objections to the proposed route for a truck reliever route (bypass) to the north and east of New Town.

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The Missouri River Lodge, a development that would house 1,500 workers about a mile northwest of New Town, is drawing a lot of attention from residents of the area along the shore of Lake Sakakawea where it would be built.

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It would have taken more than a 10 inch snow storm to keep the members of Bethel Lutheran Church from honoring the memory of Martha Johnson on Sunday.

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The oil boom that started in 2006 has brought many things to western North Dakota. It has brought people to towns that were fading away and money into an economy that was barely holding its own.

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Sometimes the best way to teach is to have your students do. That is the philosophy that New Town High School teacher Bobbi Larson’s is trying the Tribal Government and Tribal History classes she is teaching this year.

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Several years ago, the Fort Berthold Tribal Business Council authorized an organization to work for the economic development of the North Segment, which includes New Town.

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Dakota Plains Holdings Inc. is thinking big things are coming for New Town.

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Progress is being made in bringing the New Town Water Plant back to full production.

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Keith Bear says he grew up as “a kid on Dakota Drive,” with limited prospects and opportunities for the future. Now, decades later, he is an internationally known musician who performed with symphony orchestras around the world, performing music on Native American flutes he makes himself.

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