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City nears adoption of plan for orderly growth

The Kenmare Planning and Zoning Commission gave the proposed Land Use Management Plan for the city a "Do Pass" recommendation during a public meeting held Monday night.

Posted 5/09/12 (Wed) read more »

Mouse River Park is on its way back

“We’re not dead, just broken,” Mouse River Park caretaker Darrell Iverson said last week about conditions at the Park.

Posted 5/03/12 (Thu) read more »

Fitness instructors organize fundraiser for movie theater

Local Zumba fitness instructors Chris Christensen and Amy Harris lead their high-energy classes four days a week. When they do slow down to relax, they enjoy a movie at the Kenmare Theatre, so when the theatre board announced the need to purchase a digital projector in order to show new releases and keep the doors open, Christensen and Harris wanted to help.

Posted 5/02/12 (Wed) read more »

Tobacco Cessation class to be offered in Kenmare

Tobacco users thinking about ways to break their habit can “kick start” their success with a class in Kenmare.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare School projecting growth

Kenmare school board members talked about building needs and potential enrollment numbers with members of the public during a meeting held April 17th to review the district’s long-term demographics plan.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare School Board offers positions to six new teachers

Kids will see new teachers at Kenmare Public School in August, after the Kenmare School Board addressed several staff changes during the April 17th meeting.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Guys who run this town visit grade school students

“I’m the one in charge of this town,” Kenmare mayor Roger Ness told students in grades kindergarten through three at Kenmare Elementary School Friday morning. “I’m kind of like Superintendent Mueller for the school. Any questions about the city end up coming to me!”

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

New bookmobile makes its first visit to Kenmare

The new Ward County Public Library Bookmobile is on the road, making its first stop for Kenmare Elementary School students Friday.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Berthold fast becoming hub for Enbridge Pipeline operations

Berthold is fast becoming a hub for Enbridge Pipeline operations in western North Dakota as work nears completion on two pipeline projects tied to the Berthold Station and a third expansion project begins.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Berthold Farmers Elevator to move oil with Enbridge

Berthold Farmers Elevator is getting into the energy transportation business, thanks to an unprecedented alignment of location, abilities and opportunity. “What started out as some possibilities has turned into a necessity, as we figure out a way to move oil,” said Dan DeRouchey, general manager of BFE.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »