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Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall testified on behalf of all American Indians seeking a claim in the Cobell class action lawsuit, but he has also addressed some concerns that lawyers in the case are calling compromises.

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Jessica Thomasson is encouraged that New Town’s City Council discussed possible locations for a Lutheran Social Services project at its meeting last Wednesday.

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Marvin Baker has been elected to serve a one-year term as president of the North Dakota Farmers’ Market and Growers Association during its convention held last weekend in Bismarck.

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Lead attorneys in a massive, class action lawsuit that took 14 years to reach a proposed settlement, were in New Town Wednesday to explain what it means to Indian landowners and what the next steps are going to be.

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The North Dakota Association of School Business Managers in recognition of fulfilling training and experience requirements recently awarded a Certificate of Merit to area business manager Dennis Karnatz of Mandaree.

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As high school graduations approach and adult learners consider a college career, many are thinking about how to pay for their higher education.

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Cheryl Evensvold announced that Tri-City CARES Inc., has been awarded the four-year CQL accreditation from the The Council on Quality and Leadership. Evensvold is the executive director of Tri-City CARES.

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A public affairs official with the Good Samaritan Society in Sioux Falls, S.D., is assuring the residents of the Good Samaritan Nursing Home in New Town that the facility will remain open, even though the Rock View Nursing Home in nearby Parshall is closing in a month.

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Nobody in Parshall is looking forward to March 7 when the Good Samaritan Society’s Rock View Nursing Home will close its doors. Good Samaritan’s public affairs director mark Dickerson told the Mountrail County Record that the decision to close the skilled nursing facility was difficult and the ultimate decision to do so followed a long, drawn out debate.

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I was fortunate to have known Homer White Buffalo both as a co-worker and a friend. We worked together for many years at the Bureau of Indian Affairs in New Town before our respective retirements in the 1990s. Homer was a dedicated law enforcement officer. He was highly respected by all who knew him.

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