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Many of New Town’s problems these days can be summed up as too many people and not enough places to put them.

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It looked like the New Town City Council was going to get some relief from its battle to fill city worker positions at its regular meeting July 18.

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A 20 year old man has appeared in court for the murder of a former marine in New Town.

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The impact of the region’s year without a winter continues to reverberate for area farmers.

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Every week it seems to take longer and longer to get anywhere. The quick trip from Parshall to New Town has become a major undertaking thanks to much needed repairs and widening work being done on North Dakota Highway 23.

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The City of New Town continues to take baby steps toward establishing its own police force.

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The Clean Fuels Refinery is one step closer to reality after the Environmental Protection Agency gave final approval to the project’s water discharge permit.

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A water quality study being conducted by the Fort Berthold Community College and funded by a grant from the Environmental Protection Agency has been put on hold over questions over the studies procedures.

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July 5, 2012

Gackle remembered

Don Gackle’s death this past Sunday leaves behind a lifetime of achievements.

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It’s been nearly six months since members of the Prairie Winds Trailer Court came home to find eviction notices taped to the doors of their trailers.

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