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Berthold kids say classrooms are squished

Students at Berthold Elementary School like their classes and their teachers just fine, but they feel crowded in their building. Just ask them.

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed) read more »

Hair stylist picked the right profession 52 years ago

Sharon Inman of Cutters Corner has a full schedule this Friday, including permanents and color jobs.

Posted 12/28/11 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare has a plan

Members of the Kenmare Growth Management Plan Comprehensive Planning Committee had a look at the final draft of the proposed future land use map for the city on December 8th, and generally liked what they saw.

Posted 12/27/11 (Tue) read more »

Annexation request would take 125 sections of land from Lewis & Clark School District

The Lewis & Clark School District could shrink by approximately 125 sections of land, if that property is annexed to the Max School District.

Posted 12/27/11 (Tue) read more »

KHS students may earn exemptions from semester tests under new policy

Kenmare school board members narrowly approved a change in the semester test policy for high school students during their regular meeting held December 20th.

Posted 12/27/11 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare's youngest citizen scientists take part in Christmas Bird Count 4 Kids

Sunrise on a Saturday morning in December is an event most children sleep through, but eight kids were up and out for the Christmas Bird Count 4 Kids held at the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge December 17th.

Posted 12/20/11 (Tue) read more »

Baptist Home will become Maple View

When Gaylin Schmidt was introduced as the new owner of the Baptist Home of Kenmare during a meeting Thursday, he explained that he was already quite familiar with the Kenmare High School gymnasium as the grandparent of athletes on Bishop Ryan teams.

Posted 12/20/11 (Tue) read more »

People see the need for $12 million expansion at Berthold School

In two and a half weeks, patrons in the Lewis & Clark School District will determine whether or not the district can go into debt and issue bonds for about $12 million to complete a renovation and expansion project for Berthold Public School.

Posted 12/20/11 (Tue) read more »

Young team takes to the court for Berthold

With a roster of 13 players, most of whom are in eighth and ninth grade, second-year Bombers girls basketball coach Jennifer Kramer refuses to write off this season for her young team.

Posted 12/13/11 (Tue) read more »

City garbage collection to remain unchanged while Recycling Center will close

It will be business as usual for city garbage collection, but changes are in the works for the recycling center and cardboard collection.

Posted 12/13/11 (Tue) read more »