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United Blood Services was in New Town Thursday afternoon for a blood drive that 16 people signed up to donate blood.

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Three Affiliated Tribes game warden Fred Poitra met with the New Town City Council last Wednesday to request financial cooperation with the city regarding the local animal shelter.

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They’re out there – lurking in the dark.

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Seventh and Eighth streets in New Town have turned into a muddy mess a couple of times in the past two weeks, but progress continues on getting the two north side streets paved this summer.

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It’s no secret that farming and ranching drives North Dakota’s economy, but what might surprise some people is that the number of farms is on the rise in the state despite a stagnant population.

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The New Town superintendent is unable to issue teacher contracts because the board and the teachers can’t agree on a pay schedule for the coming school year.

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Fort Union Trading Post will be hosting the first of their new cultural programs series and activities between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm the weekend of June 13th & 14th. The programs offered will highlight Hidatsa history, language and culture.

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Area schools continue to be challenged to make the grade in the federal No Child Left Beyond program that calls for Adequate Yearly Progress.

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“It’s kind of a big deal,” Gary Hoffman said. As executive director of the North Dakota Dairy Coalition, Hoffman made little attempt to hide his excitement – the Parshall dairy has new owners.

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Royce Aslakson, the CEO of Reservation Telephone Cooperative, met with the New Town City Council last Wednesday to talk about three items including the application for federal stimulus money to bring broadband Internet to the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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