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Sometimes it takes a big first step to move on. Paul Good Iron took a step out of an airplane 13,000 feet above the ground in memory of his son, Cpl. Nathan J. Good Iron, who died in Afghanistan in 2006.

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People have looked at the skies since time immemorial. Billions of people have looked at the random scattering of stars in the night and, like a cosmic connect-the-dots, used them to draw pictures. We call those pictures constellations.

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The New Town City Council made some decisions on some long-simmering issues as it decided that the city would develop infrastructure on Outlot 2 and also allocated $1 million to repair a decade of neglect at the New Town Water Plant.

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About two dozen members of the Three Affiliated Tribes gathered at the Scenic 23 on Feb. 21 to share their experiences with oil companies on the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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One of the challenges faced by New Town Police Chief Art Walgren in creating a new police Department for New Town was finding qualified officers to act as his deputies.

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Indian Tribes have long believed the United States Census conducted every ten years by the U.S. Department of Commerce doesn’t produce an accurate count of Native American people.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes Law Enforcement has to patrol six communities and hundreds of miles of roads across a reservation split by Lake Sakakawea.

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On March 19 and 20 the “Indigenous Nations Economic Development and Energy Summit” will be hosted at the Northern Lights Building in New Town.

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Sometimes North Dakota weather just has to remind people who’s boss.

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There is a new face in the Northern Lights Building with a sweet drawl that speaks of a warmer climate.

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