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Total population of residents1,925
White resident population recorded342
Black or African American resident population recorded3
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded1,471
Asian resident population recorded2
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded1
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded83
Resident population of some other race recorded24
Resident population of two or more races recorded82
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Rose Marie Mandan
Rose Marie Mandan, 84, of New Town died on Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013, at the Valley View Medical Center in Fort Mohave, Ariz.
Happening December 31 2013 - Source:

Kelly W. Foreman
Kelly W. Foreman, 34, of New Town and formerly of Watford City, passed away Friday, Nov. 15, 2013 at Fairview Hospital in Minneapolis, Minn. surrounded by his family.
Happening November 19 2013 - Source:

General History
Experience the adventure so actively lived and eloquently described by 26th President Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt settled in the North Dakota Badlands in September of 1883, about 35 miles as the eagle flies up the Little Missouri River. On the Elkhorn Ranch site, Roosevelt lived, read and wrote about his adventures as a cattle rancher. Roosevelt also operated the Maltese Cross Ranch, seven miles south of Medora on the same river, which flows northward from Wyoming eventually turning eastward toward Lake Sakakawea. This river is the lifeblood for many species of animals and plants.            Roosevelt established relationships with local ranchers and philosophized with many, including a French nobleman and entrepreneur, Antoine de Vallambrosa Marquis de Mores, the man who founded the town in April of 1883, which he named after his wife, Medora (von Hoffman) de Mores. Medora was to be the center of a cattle empire for de Mores who expected to process beef and ship it to urban areas via refrigerated railroad cars. He built a 26-room home for his wife on the bluff just across the Little Missouri River where he could view his enterprises and the new town. While de Mores’ plans literally went up in smoke when his packing plant burned down and de Mores left for good in 1886, Medora continued into history, defacto claiming Roosevelt as its own. Medora was a central hub for livestock production and served as the county seat for Billings County, as early as 1886, three years prior to North Dakota being granted statehood. Roosevelt’s conservation legacy is perpetuated in the North Dakota badlands and preserved in Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Medora is the gateway community to the park’s South Unit. Theodore Roosevelt National Park offers visitors an up-close look at dozens of species of wildlife, over 150 species of birds any many native plant species. Open year round, Theodore Roosevelt National Park was established in 1948. Three units comprise over 70,000 acres, running along the Little Missouri River from Medora to south of Watford City. Located just 36 minutes from Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Airport in Dickinson (home to daily Great Lakes Airlines flights), Medora continues as a central community to the North Dakota Badlands, which beckon daily with a vacation menu of outdoor experiences and adventures. The menu includes river water, clay buttes, hiking, biking and riding trails, grass greens—and more. The various venues and action should give you memories of great experiences. Head south of Medora to the Bully Pulpit Golf Course and the Maah Daah Hey Trail. These two options will present challenges amidst wide open spaces filled with clean, pristine air and stunning landscapes. All have national reputations. Bully Pulpit Golf Course, surrounded by the dramatic North Dakota Badlands, conforms to the landscape of meadows and woodlands and meanders along the Little Missouri River. The 18-hole course features five different tees lengths. The Maah Daah Hey Trail presents mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders with a challenging 97-mile trail, which runs in and out of the Badlands. An adventure lover’s dream, the trail was characterized as one of the top 10 single-track mountain bike trails in the United States. It caps the clay buttes, provides breathtaking scenery of coniferous filled draws and offers close up views of wildlife. While biking is not allowed in the park, the trail does provide an alternate route the outside of the park’s North and South Units. The most frequently visited North Dakota State Historical Society site is the 128-acre Chateau de Mores just west of Medora.  The site is home to the two-story frame building built in 1883, the summer residence of the de Mores family. It is one of eight National Register of Historic Sites in and around Medora and contains many of the original furnishings and personal effects of the de Mores family. But, don’t step there. Medora has moved into the 21st century with the ease and splendor, making it North Dakota’s number one summer visitor destination. Aside from the scenic viewsheds carved by Mother nature, Medora entertains visitors with a diversity of activities. Strolling through Medora is a walk into western history. Seven museums tastefully preserve and display the heritage, history and culture of the town and area. Summer evenings say outdoor cooking and the Pitchfork Steak fondue overlooking the town of Medora has all the fixings. Then proceed to the outdoor Burning Hills Ampitheatre for the internationally acclaimed Medora Musical, a professionally produced, high energy, western style musical dedicated to the legacy of Roosevelt. Each show pays tribute to American patriotism and the old-west way of life. Patriotism is on display daily, reflecting the values of out 26th President, Theodore Roosevelt. From the annual Flag Day Parade (June 14) to Cowboy Christmas (weekend nearest Pearl Harbor Day), Medora celebrates is roots and proudly waves its American flag. Photographers will find lots of opportunities for pictures that will last a lifetime—and can be passed out to friends. Sunrises and sunsets are the bookends for a day of fun that stir memories of children romping in the badlands. There are a variety of events and activities throughout the summer season. For more information, contact the Medora Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, P.O. Box 364, 475 4th Street, Medora, ND, 58645; phone: 701-623-4829; e-mail:
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Kelly Ryan Stevenson
Kelly Ryan Stevenson, 20, of New Town died Sunday, July 28, 2013, at Trinity Medical Center in Minot.  Friends may sign the online register and give their condolences at
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Montana man arrested on sex charges in New Town
NEW TOWN, N.D. - A Montana man accused of having sex with a minor while he worked as a counselor in Billings was arrested Friday in New Town.
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Suspect sought after attempted bank robbery in New Town
NEW TOWN, N.D. - Some businesses here went on lockdown today after a man attempted to rob a New Town bank Wednesday morning.
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Trial set in stabbing death of North Dakota man in New Town
FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Trial is scheduled this week in the July 2012 stabbing death of a man on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.
September 16 2013 - Source:

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