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November 22, 2017

City prepared for Winter

Old man winter has already tested us for Winter. No one knows that better than Daryl Lyson over at the city maintenance shop.

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It was hard to know just how many veterans took part in the elaborate dinner in their honor this year, but there were dozens of people who attended to do just that. So many that the announcer kept saying we may need to move to a bigger setting next year.

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It’s time to start getting those parade entries ready.

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November 9, 2017

Eating your way healthy

Freddie Bitsoie thinks he has the best job in the world.

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“What stories do you want us to tell?” That was the question Delphine Baker and Eric Zimmer put to members of the MHA Nation who attended a recent elders’ dinner at the Northern Lights Building in New Town.

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“We deal with a lot of tough topics all year long, so this is one day when it is just for fun,” said Sadie Young Bird-Basurto, director of TAT Victim Services.

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November 2, 2017

Five in a row

Another fall, another North Dakota Class B Cross Country Championship for the New Town Eagles.

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A year after Dakota Quality Grain and United Prairie Cooperative merged to create United Quality Cooperative, the organization was able to report to members that the new cooperative was continuing to grow and prosper.

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October 26, 2017

Moving Day

The New Town City library has a new home. The move from the city office building to the former United Quality office site on Main Street was a community effort in every way.

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Ghosts and Goblins will have many haunts to find this Halloween. Area communities have a number of activities planned for ghouls of all ages.

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