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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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New Town’s Northern Lights Community Center continues to play host to the Region 8 high school volleyball tournament tonight (Thursday) with the Stanley Blue Jays defending their title at approximately 7:30 p.m.

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Representatives from Enbridge Pipeline Co., were in New Town Wednesday morning visiting the Chamber of Commerce and others to announce the construction of a new pipeline in McKenzie County.

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Despite being somewhat content with their own financial situations, North Dakotans are greatly concerned about the national economy and the country’s $1.3 trillion deficit.

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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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