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October 29, 2010

Salter: Too close to town

Kyle Waliezer made the argument that his proposal could dramatically reduce truck traffic on New Town’s Main Street.

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On Tuesday Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara residents of the Fort Berthold Reservation will have the opportunity

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There won’t be a high school cross country co-op between New Town and Parshall, at least not in the near future.

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North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven appears certain to be North Dakota’s newest U.S. Senator, and a host of incumbent office holders look to be winners in the 2010 General Election, according to the latest Prairie Poll.

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October 15, 2010

Fire Prevention Week

Visiting the fire station was an eye-opening education for New Town school children last week.

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Following a special assessment hearing Monday at city hall, the New Town City Council voted unanimously to create a $250,000 district to pay for road imrpovements.

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October 8, 2010

Education and fellowship

What began as a court mandate to recognize the need for rehabilitation, has now expanded to include community members in need.

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October 8, 2010

Critical campaign

More than 100 people in attendance and a reservation-wide radio audience heard former Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Tex Hall and incumbent Chairman Marcus Levings debate Wednesday night on how the Three Affiliated Tribes will function in the next four years.

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Judy Brugh, Four Bear Segment and Mervin Packineau, Parshall/Lucky Mound Segment, were sworn in on Friday after receiving more than 51 percent of their segment vote.

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Sixteen people were running for the tribal chairman position and three segment representative seats were open.

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