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Following is a summary of the Northwest Conference Indoor Track Meet results from Thursday, March 31 held at the Minot State Dome: The Eagles runners that competed did a very good job in their first meet. For some, it was their first varsity track meet.

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The Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery’s annual operating budget is $667,492, but that funding is being threatened by proposed budget cuts in President Barrack Obama’s 2012 budget.

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The Tailrace below Garrison Dam has been a cure for “fishing fever” all winter long. More recently, the waters of the Tailrace have proven a medicine for open water fishermen stricken with a severe case of “spring fever.”

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WILLISTON - On the final night of the basketball season, Baeleigh Brady did what she has done all season long, score points.

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WILLISTON - It didn’t take long to figure out this was going to be a runaway train. New Town took control from the opening tip off, rolling to an 11-0 lead and coasting to a 64-32 win over the Tioga Pirates in the opening round of the Region 8 Girls Basketball Tournament Monday afternoon.

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There are any number of scenarios that could play out and often do in the North Dakota State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament.

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Clutch free-throw shooting in the fourth quarter Tuesday night sent the New Town Eagles back to the Region 8 basketball championship for the second straight year.

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New Town moved it’s record to 20-1 after winning two consecutive games in the District 15 tournament following a first-round bye.

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In the 2010-11 regular-season finale Tuesday night, New Town pushed its high school boys basketball record to 18-1 with an 84-67 thrashing of the ninth-ranked Beulah Miners.

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The state-ranked New Town Eagles boys basketball team continues to roll. The 8th ranked Eagles are 13-1. This past week, the team racked up three more wins, defeating district foes Watford City this past Thursday, 55-50, and Parshall 92-63 this past Saturday. Tuesday night, the Eagles kept flying, taking another district contest, 86-60 – this time the victim was Mandaree.

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