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Officer Al starting new Berthold Police Force from the ground up

Al Schmidt enters the Tumbleweed Cafe on Berthold’s Main Street just like any other resident in town, greeting the waitresses by name as he walks through the door, waving and calling out a “Hello!” to customers gathered around a table drinking coffee.

Posted 3/28/13 (Thu) read more »

Kenmare School Board selects construction management and architect for potential expansion

The Kenmare school board took another step toward a major building project Thursday when they selected a construction management company and architect during the March board meeting.

Posted 3/27/13 (Wed) read more »

Jennifer Nelson takes on role of community promoter

“I’ll be the face of Kenmare,” said Jennifer (Knutson) Nelson from the seat she has taken as the new executive director for the Kenmare Community Development Corporation (KCDC), “out there to promote the area.”

Posted 3/23/13 (Sat) read more »

Firemen learn limitations and hazards of tank blazes

A tank fire set deliberately for training gave area firefighters the opportunity to learn how to deal with one type of fire they never want to see.

Posted 3/23/13 (Sat) read more »

Minnesota Limited sets up operation in Kenmare

Following a special meeting held by the Kenmare City Council March 13th, Minnesota Limited, LLC, officially established their presence in town.

Posted 3/23/13 (Sat) read more »

Church leaders see growing need for help in the community

Pastor John Syvertson, who serves the Lutheran churches in Kenmare and Bowbells, has spent plenty of hours riding Amtrak back and forth to Minneapolis, and he keeps having the same experience over and over.

Posted 3/23/13 (Sat) read more »

New hair styling salon opens in new John Deere facility

The Creative Illusionz sign hanging on the northwest corner of the new Gooseneck Implement building at Kenmare is not an illusion in itself.

Posted 3/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Pastor vacancies are a concern for community

Kenmare’s Lutheran, Catholic, Baptist, Methodist and Nazarene churches have a long history as the congregations, buildings and programs have changed over the years and with the times. However, the churches now find themselves in a unique situation with five congregations in town and perhaps only two pastors living in the community.

Posted 3/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Donnybrook woman working toward starting new day care

Nicole Chinchak of rural Donnybrook may be the best child care provider you don’t know yet.

Posted 3/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Ambulance service raising funds to buy new vehicle

With an absence of major agenda items, the Kenmare City Council wrapped up its business in a brief half-hour meeting Monday evening.

Posted 3/13/13 (Wed) read more »