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Four Bears Bridge, New Town

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Four Bears Segment office

404 Frontage road

New Town, ND 58763

Phone: (701) 627-8109, (701)-627-4781

Fax: (701) 627-4884


Councilman Frank Grady - Segment Representative

Marcus Levings – Four Bears Officer

Carmen Halvorson – Executive Admin. Asst.

Winter Oliver– Administrative Asst.

Jolene Lockwood – Special Projects

Marita Abe – architectural designer

Four Bears Community Board

P.O. Box 279

New Town, ND 58763

Phone: (701) 627-3155

Marcus Levings - Chairman

Brandon Grady - Vice Chairman

Jolene Lockwood - Treasurer

Eleanor LaDue - Secretary

Ryan Dusenberry - Member at large

Johnny Bird Veteran’s Memorial Building/

Four Bears Community Center

2000 Chief Four Bears Ave.

New Town, ND 58763

Phone: (701) 627-3155, (701) 627-3168

Fax: (701) 627-3166

Peter Young Bird – Building Manager

Kim Bird – Cook

Eleanor Ladue – Cook

Debbie Chase – Elders Outreach

Gary Fredericks – Maintenance

Dominick Levings - Maintenance

Garrett Young Bird - Maintenance

Derek Howell – Four Bears Public Relations

Security/ Police:

Elias DeLacerda – Security – (701) 421-2371

Greg Brugh – Security – (701) 421-9742

Kacey Mahto - Security - (701) 421-7906

Cameron Grady - security - (701) 202-2755

Peter Brown - Security - (701) 715-3483

TAT Police Department – (701) 421-3617
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  • Walk this bridge if you can. There is so many nice plaques of the local Indian chiefs and history. There is a wonderful park at the end of the bridge in New Town that reviews the history of the 3...  more »
  • This scenic drive is a lovely drive! Rolling hills and valleys. Lots of old homesteads tucked in the hills. Like travelling through the old west  more »
  • I remember drive across when all trucks be on bridge as bridge be moving up and down all heavy weight on it.
  • Impressive concrete box girder bridge spanning the Mighty Mo at one of its wide points. Beautiful scenery from both on and below/next to the bridge.

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