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Kenmare native lives the ice fishing dream

Justin Potter caught the fishing bug when he was a young child tagging along with his dad Jim.

Posted 12/16/14 (Tue) read more »

Welcome home Katrina!

She’s been in North Dakota for more than a month but after serving with the U.S. military in a hostile country, the phrase “welcome back,” may never get old.

Posted 12/09/14 (Tue) read more »

City will clear snow from new downtown sidewalks

With winter still almost a month away, most of us are already tired of shoveling snow? But if you’re working in a downtown Kenmare business, save your back, your shovel and your sanity.

Posted 12/02/14 (Tue) read more »

Early Thanksgiving meal brings 250 people together

An idea by the local Methodist church congregation to serve a community Thanksgiving meal was a huge success, according to the pastor who spearheaded the event.

Posted 11/25/14 (Tue) read more »

Portal Service folds

An oilfield service company that moved to Kenmare less than a year ago, has laid off nearly all of its employees and has closed the doors to its business.

Posted 11/18/14 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare FFA team shines bright in Louisville

Getting to state-level competition is an incredible task in itself, but for a group of Kenmare girls, not only did they secure a spot on the national stage, they ran away with it, taking second place in the nation.

Posted 11/11/14 (Tue) read more »

Young Minot family claims GooseFest jackpot

Ned, Tracy and Melayna Strand took an unlikely Tuesday afternoon road trip Oct. 28 to claim their grand prize in the 2014 GooseFest raffle drawing.

Posted 11/04/14 (Tue) read more »

Assembly line dishes out apple pies

No records were set and there was no immediate deadline to meet, but 19 local volunteers produced an impressive amount of dessert in a short period of time.

Posted 10/29/14 (Wed) read more »

Historic harvest

Extended mild weather helps with challenges of late harvest

Posted 10/28/14 (Tue) read more »

Connie Livingston has stood behind her customers 50 years

Lyndon Johnson and Barry Goldwater were campaigning for president, the St. Louis Cardinals had won the World Series the night before, gas was 30 cents a gallon and Connie Livingston began her new career as a cosmetologist.

Posted 10/22/14 (Wed) read more »