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November 7, 2008

Voter turn out heavy for

Not since John F. Kennedy was elected president in 1960 have voters been so energized about a presidential election, which will bring change to the White House come January.

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Unofficial results are in for the Three Affiliated Tribes Business Council seats and a referendum question regarding tribal enrollment.

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Building stronger communities and mentoring better leaders across the state is how Marie Hvidsten describes Rural Leadership North Dakota.

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The Three Affiliated Tribes business council has upheld a Fort Berthold District Court order to hold a new primary election for a Mandaree representative to the business council.

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Earth work has now started on a water load-out facility east of New Town and is expected to take about a month to complete.

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An Associated Press story that originally aired on WDAY-TV and radio in Fargo has led Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Marcus Wells Jr. to cancel a meeting later this month with Fargo Mayor Dennis Walaker.

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As Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., was describing the economic bailout plan to 20 community leaders in Stanley Thursday, he suddenly paused and stared at the floor for a few moments.

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October 17, 2008

Good support shown

A grassroots political campaign to support Barack Obama took off on the right foot Monday in New Town when 100 people showed their support by walking at least a mile for the Democratic presidential candidate.

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Oil and gas activity are taking a heavy toll on Mountrail County infrastructure

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New Town city council passed its 2009 budget Monday afternoon, a budget that will levy nearly $350,000 on taxable property in a growing community.

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