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A grant from the Internal Revenue Service is not only allowing a local VITA office to be open in downtown New Town, but is keeping personnel on staff year round.

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Now that the holidays are over and we’ve settled into our routines, for some, routine means living through another day without a meal.

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William Stevens knows that hard work and being consistent will pay huge dividends. Just ask him.

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City engineer Steve Ike met with the New Town City Council last Wednesday to discuss upgrades on First Street North

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Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Marcus Levings and North Dakota Gov. John Hoeven last week signed documents continuing the state and tribal oil

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A furbearer biologist with the North Dakota Game and Fish Department who examined the carcasses of two mountain lions that were killed on the Fort Berthold Reservation in late December, said they showed no unusual characteristics and were considered healthy animals.

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Tax Commissioner Cory Fong last week issued a report that reflects a slowing in taxable sales and purchases for North Dakota during the third quarter, 2009, which includes the months of July, August and September. While the report reflects a decrease of 10.7 percent, or $368.5 million, compared to the same quarter in 2008, taxable sales and purchases are up over 2007 statistics.

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New Town High School and Middle School students are starting to see the benefit of millions in federal flood money that was announced last year in April.

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