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November 15, 2012

Bond vote goes down

A marquee at a local church said, “Pray. Listen. Vote.” Garrison school patrons made it a point to do at least the latter Tuesday.

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November 15, 2012

Commissioner resigns

There will be two new faces on the board of the McLean County Commissioners. In the General Election, challenger Barry Suydam ousted incumbent and long-time commissioner Ron Krebsbach.

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Prairie Rose Seminole is a woman on a mission. She wants to make sure that every eligible Native American in North Dakota goes to the polls on election day.

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Domestic violence and sexual abuse have been long term problems on Indian reservations.

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If it’s too good to be true, then it probably is. That’s what officials said last week when it comes to callers claiming residents have won extravagant prizes.

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October 25, 2012

A new school in New Town

Classes have been underway for a few days in the new New Town High School building, but the facility got its official kick off with a ribbon cutting Monday night.

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October 25, 2012

Outlot 2 development resets

The quest to develop Outlot 2 was reset after the New Town City Council terminated its contract with the developer who was unable to secure funding to build duplexes on the 14 acre lot.

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October 18, 2012

Moving Day at NTHS

It was a new day in New Town Monday as students pitched in to move the New Town High School into its new digs.

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The project to build a diesel fuel refinery on North Dakota Highway 23 near Makoti got another boost as Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar came to New Town to announce that the site of the project will be transferred from fee land status to trust land under tribal control.

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The Four Bears Casino & Lodge broke ground in April on a major expansion. On Wednesday,

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