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September 6, 2012

Marathon swim raises $15K

The water was calm and peaceful at 5:30 a.m. on August 31 as Mark Fox started his swim to raise money for the Red Sage organization.

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September 6, 2012

Water study back on track

A water study being conducted by the Fort Berthold Community College that was halted over methodology concerns will resume this month after researchers identified a new lab to do the necessary chemical analyses.

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A Public Input Meeting will be held on September 13, to discuss proposed improvements to relieve traffic congestion on ND Highway 23 through New Town.

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The Nueta, Hidatsa and Sahnish Development Corporation held its first public meeting with potential developers in the New Town City Hall on Aug. 23 to get a feeling about the kind of projects it would like to finance on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.

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The New Town City Council received assurances that Outlot 2 will soon be developed.

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Raising kids is a tough job. It also doesn’t pay very well. Making a business caring for children takes a lot of business sense to wring out a small profit.

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More than two dozen candidates have filed for three representative positions on the Three Affiliated Tribes Tribal Business Council.

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The crowds gathered early for one of the biggest powwows in North Dakota. Sponsored by the Antelope Society and 2012 Powwow committee the Little Shell Celebration was held at Four Bears Rv Park and Casino August 3-5.

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The timeless beauty of more than a dozen drums sounding ancient rhythms will resound across the Missouri River once more as the Antelope Society again presents the Little Shell Celebration in Four Bears.

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There are several allottees’ organizations on the Fort Berthold Reservation working to preserve their members’ and the Three Affiliated Tribe’s property rights. Allottees are tribal members who hold personal title a portion of reservation land. Some of the allottees groups have been in existence for more than 50 years.

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