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Light drizzle Sunday night turned to brief periods of heavy snow as the sun rose Monday morning making travel dangerous in parts of northwestern North Dakota.

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Marathon Oil Corp. of Houston has awarded $2,500 to the Three Tribes Museum in New Town.

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A New Town family returned from a Thanksgiving vacation Sunday night only to find their home had been robbed of numerous weapons and other items including about $1,000 worth of coins.

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December 5, 2008

Onstad: Legislative session

It's stacking up to be the big guys against the little guys this coming legislative session. At least that's what Rep. Kenton Onstad, D-NPL, Parshall, predicts.

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More than 20 concerned New Town residents appeared before the city council Nov. 19 to talk about a rash of vandalism that occurred around town in November.

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Street improvement projects clear pre-construction hurdle

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November 21, 2008

North Dakota shooting

Oil officials knew about the lucrative Bakken Formation way back in 1951 when oil was first discovered near Tioga but technology prevented anyone from accessing it deep underground.

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November 21, 2008

Emergency reimders given

We all catch ourselves doing it, thinking about the tremendously long grocery list we didn't write down but should have, losing ourselves in a cell phone conversationi, or handling a sibling quabble in the back seat.

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Gilbert Berg doesn't look like Santa Claus but to North Dakota's members of the U.S. military, he just might be.

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An oil and gas exploration company doing business for the first time in North Dakota in 17 years, presented a check the Three Affiliated Tribes Boys and Girls Club Monday afternoon for $10,000.

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