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November 11, 2011

Slow Down!

With traffic levels on New Town’s Main Street busier than North Dakota’s interstate highways, many are concerned with the safety of city streets.

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New Town High School leadership is evaluating a proposal to close the noon hour for irresponsible students. If approved, the program would start next semester.

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A host of tribal and civic leaders along with elders, veterans, youth and other members of the public paraded down Main Street and up College Drive to officially launch the operations of the Elbowoods Memorial Health Center in New Town.

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Domestic violence has long been a silent epidemic, hidden from outsiders by those who mistakenly believe they are protecting the family

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The New Town City Council made its case to the Director of the North Dakota Department of Transportation, Francis Ziegler, for a truck bypass that would divert about 75 percent of semi traffic off of the city’s Main Street.

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October 28, 2011

Tax man stops traffic

“Nothing is certain but death and taxes,” is an old saying that got some sharper teeth for truck and pickup drivers traveling on N.D. Highway 23.

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Multiple road projects in the region are making progress, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

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Our US Government was pretty smart in the 1930’s. When it built the hospital in Elbowoods on the Fort Berthold Reservation, they built the doctor’s residence right next door, just a hop, skip and jump away.

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Wednesday morning was bright and sunny and so was the attitude of breast cancer survivors and their supporters who held a walk to symbolize their determination to find a cure for the disease.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes is going to create a Wellness Drug Court with funding from a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.

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