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It was an antique pick of mega proportions. One customer purchased the entire contents of Jim’s Antiques store.
Posted 4/25/17 (Tue) read more »
Tami Chrest and Barb Mickelsen had been talking about a possible sale for about a year. On April 1, it became a reality.
Posted 4/17/17 (Mon) read more »
For parishioner Arliss Hennix, it all started with a cemetery map that fellow parishioner Arnold Mickelsen drew and placed on a church wall in 2010.
Posted 4/11/17 (Tue) read more »
Nazareth Lutheran Church officials are optimistic they will raise enough money to replace the roof on the church building through a campaign called “Raising the Roof.”
Posted 4/04/17 (Tue) read more »
A Lutheran Social Services plan to bring behavioral health counseling to rural North Dakota came to fruition in Kenmare last week.
Posted 3/30/17 (Thu) read more »
As the Dakota Access Pipeline protests intensified late last fall in Morton County, the North Dakota State Department of Health put out a plea for assistance that included all emergency services.
Posted 3/21/17 (Tue) read more »
A two-day winter storm early last week left more than 100 truckers and motorists stranded from the international boundary to Kenmare, a distance of nearly 50 miles.
Posted 3/14/17 (Tue) read more »
Each quarter Vets Gaming in Kenmare provides donations to non-profit organization, but this past quarter, the group went above and beyond its normal routine.
Posted 3/08/17 (Wed) read more »
How many people know there is a Girl Scout troop in Kenmare?
Posted 2/28/17 (Tue) read more »
Coaches, wrestlers, parents of wrestlers and friends, went to great lengths to keep a monumental secret from Ben and Robin James.
Posted 2/15/17 (Wed) read more »