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A touch of color
October 3, 2019

A touch of color

Or maybe more like a whole bunch of touches of color.

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In August, the New Town City Council promoted Sgt. Jacquelyn Halonen to be the New Town Police Department’s fifth Police Chief since it was reconstituted in 2012.

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Art inspires Yellowbird to share MHA Nation with the world

Art and creative expression is how MHA Nation tribal member Monte Yellowbird has been leaving his mark on the world.

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A city worker found himself on probation after the New Town City Council investigated allegations against him.

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Fort Berthold leaders inducted to Hall of Honor

The MHA Nation have been given many great honors over the years because of their contributions to the world.

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Chaundee Chase knew it was going to be a long summer as he worked to organize the first season of the Northern Badlands Indian Rodeo Association.

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Promoting places, protecting culture

The MHA Nation has always welcomed visitors for centuries, notably including Lewis and Clark more than 200 years ago.

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The participants in the paintball battles that took place near the Johnny Bird Memorial Hall at Four Bears Segment last week were tending to some of their wounds the next day.

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Grant offers STEM organization for elementary

William Telsrow, the new STEM teacher at Edwin Loe Elementary School in New Town has launched the exciting curriculum that incorporates science, technology, engineering and math into serious learning.

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Meet New Town’s new teachers

Maritas M. Dona I grew up in Hermoza Bayambang, in the Philippines with my family.

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