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Reunion brings hundreds back to Kenmare

Kenmare High School graduates representing 80 years of the school’s history were back in town to relive the memories of their youth, memories that surprising to many have not faded over time.

Posted 7/06/17 (Thu) read more »

KHS Class of '47 reunites

It’s been 70 years since the class of 1947 graduated from Kenmare High School, but for those who are able, their intent is to be part of the All-School reunion this weekend.

Posted 6/27/17 (Tue) read more »

KHS grad takes job in city hall...

It’s not often that people from small towns in North Dakota land a job they are qualified for in their hometown. McKinzie Jensen did and she couldn’t be happier.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Refuge project director enjoys North Dakota...

In a career with the federal government that spans more than 30 years, Suzanne Baird finally got her chance to come to North Dakota.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Donnybrook choir to perform in Medora

A year after coming together for a Memorial Day service, a choir based in Donnybrook is poised for a much bigger venue.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare receives oil and gas impact grant

It took a long time, but the state of North Dakota has made good on a promise to the city of Kenmare.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Lt. Gov. Sanford comes to town...

Brent Sanford began his presentation Thursday night by saying that the Downtown Square in Kenmare is a unique set up for North Dakota and is something to build on.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Students get local lesson in history...

From a 1918 map of France to radios that broadcast President Roosevelt’s dire message of war against Japan, Kenmare’s fifth-grade students got a history lesson that can’t be taught in a classroom.

Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »

Drones becoming effective farming tool

If you would have seen one of these contraptions in the sky 10 years ago, you would have thought a flying saucer was chasing you.

Posted 5/09/17 (Tue) read more »

Race enthusiasts converge on Carpio

An experimental car show slated for Carpio on Saturday turned out to be one of the biggest events in recent years for the Badlands region of the Sports Car Club of America.

Posted 5/02/17 (Tue) read more »