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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and deteriorating weather conditions, the Clarence McCormack American Legion Post 195 in Donnybrook held its annual Veterans Day event Wednesday.
Posted 11/17/20 (Tue) read more »
"We expect to have every service man in this community a member by next meeting." - Donnybrook American Legion Post Commander George Constans, July 30, 1920
Posted 11/10/20 (Tue) read more »
Kenmare Middle School students have completed a unique project that comes from a STEM engineering challenge.
Posted 11/03/20 (Tue) read more »
“It came as quite a surprise,” Haugland said. “My daughter and others did a good job of keeping it secret.”
Posted 10/27/20 (Tue) read more »
With high school graduation in limbo for five weeks and because high school seniors weren’t able to finish their final semester as they wanted to, it was time to do something special for them.
Posted 5/19/20 (Tue) read more »
Now that the governor’s guidelines have been relaxed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, some of the businesses hardest hit are getting back to business.
Posted 5/12/20 (Tue) read more »
A lot of memories came back to Pat Caroline after she started reading her hometown newspaper from Nov. 27, 1941.
Posted 5/05/20 (Tue) read more »
Imagine what you could see and do in 100 years. Jim Hillestad of Kenmare has seen it and done it.
Posted 4/28/20 (Tue) read more »
Coronavirus unemployment as well as the physical dismissal of school could be reasons for increased traffic at the Kenmare Food Pantry and with the backpack food bag program.
Posted 4/21/20 (Tue) read more »
When Pieter Swanepoel left Johannesburg, South Africa on an 11-hour flight to Frankfurt, Germany, everything was normal. By the time he left Frankfurt on a 10-hour flight to Denver, the world had changed.
Posted 4/14/20 (Tue) read more »