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Maybe it’s a good omen that Grant Johnson’s first day working for the city of Kenmare is the same day as a city council meeting.
Posted 8/14/18 (Tue) read more »
An architect from Minot and a construction supervisor from Bismarck were both in Kenmare on July 17 to let Kenmare School District patrons know about a new plan to bring all students on to one campus.
Posted 7/24/18 (Tue) read more »
In a small town, it takes a whole community working together to keep it alive and thriving. By keeping the grounds of Kenmare beautiful, updated, and clean it can increase local pride.
Posted 7/17/18 (Tue) read more »
Two medals that were awarded to the mother of a Donnybrook Soldier after his death, have been returned to the family after spending several years in a storage closet in Helena, Mont.
Posted 7/10/18 (Tue) read more »
The year of 2017 was an exciting year for the Pioneer Village. Two large donations have led to an expansion of the village, which will be presented at this year’s Pioneer Day. The Pioneer Village was given the V & R Toy Museum, as well as a place to house the museum.
Posted 6/26/18 (Tue) read more »
When you live in a small community like our own, it is important to promote activities and programs that are focused toward helping and teaching the children. For Jane Kalmbach, the youth are her inspiration when she volunteers her time.
Posted 6/19/18 (Tue) read more »
Hunter Rodin felt a raindrop on his arm while walking from church to a McDonald’s restaurant in Antigua, Guatemala June 3.
Posted 6/12/18 (Tue) read more »
As the Memorial Day service in Donnybrook unfolded, a couple of American Legion members were honored for their service and support.
Posted 6/05/18 (Tue) read more »
Continuing a tradition that has carried on for more than 80 years, the McKinney Cemetery Association again held its annual Memorial Day service at the cemetery on Saturday.
Posted 5/29/18 (Tue) read more »