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It was a small group Tuesday afternon but one of 40 from across North Dakota that examined the issues facing our community and state today.

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An attorney representing numerous members of the Three Affiliated Tribes who say they were wrongfully terminated after the Nov. 2 election, made a statement Wednesday afternoon regarding the controversy that has brewed now for more than a month.

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Gov. Jack Dalrymple today released his 2011-2013 Executive Budget, calling for a policy of building on proven objectives and supporting new areas of emphasis to further grow the State of North Dakota. Gov. Dalrymple’s Executive Budget includes:

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A North Dakota Department of Health official who investigated the Nov. 20 fluid spill at an oil well site north of New Town,

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Even though the number has once again been increased, officials are expecting the fifth annual Bite the Ice On the Hook Ice Fishing Tournament ticket sales to be as brisk as the February wind.

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An oil, natural gas and water spill eight miles northwest of New Town was said to be contained Monday afternoon.

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Alan Estvold told the New Town City Council last Wednesday that he will lobby the North Dakota Department of Transportation for two temporary traffic lights.

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Three Affiliated Tribes public relations director Glenda Embry said the 42 people that were let go from tribal employment Nov. 3 were laid off and not terminated.

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The New Town School Board passed the second reading of a bullying policy last Tuesday night during its regular meeting.

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It seems like a contradiction with an increased population, but the Stanley driver’s license office is now closed.

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