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BAKKEN BREAKOUT • Spring 2011


generous federal grant and matched funds from the state of North Dakota, its Main Street will be refinished in 2012. Traffic lights are on the horizon, with temporary lights approved for the near future, so the city might determine best placement as well as funding for their initial purchase and maintenance.


well as the Four Bears Bridge. After Garrison Dam was complete, acres of lands were left underwater, including the towns and bridge. Multiple families were displaced to higher, drier lands, collectively forming a new town: New Town. As New Town settled, talk of a replacement bridge and hospital percolated. Resulting from much discussion, research


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Highway 23, an oil field artery, runs through the northernmost slice of Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, inclusive of New Town spanning the Missouri River by way of the Four Bears Bridge; the bridge is named after two Indian chiefs – both of whom were named Four Bears.


Historically, the fertile Missouri River bottomlands at Fort Berthold contained the towns of Sanish and Elbowood, as


and lobbying, a health-care facility is in the works, and a new bridge spans the Missouri near New Town. And the timing couldn’t be better. Both truck and casino traffic moves briskly. “The bridge is the only way we can get across the river other than traveling all the way to Williston or driving around the entire lake by way of the Garrison Dam,” New Town former city auditor Warren Bratvold said. “The heaviest traffic in our area is on that


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