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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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Extended mild weather helps with challenges of late harvest
Posted 10/28/14 (Tue) read more »
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 »