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Moving farm machinery at odds with lamp posts and walkways for 6th Street plans

Kenmare residents discussed road width and Ward County right-of-way with engineers who presented two alternatives for improving 6th Street through town.

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New police officer on patrol in Kenmare

Kyle Kienholz made his first rounds last Wednesday as an officer with the Kenmare Police Department.

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Normal access to the refuge returns

Chad Zorn, Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge manager, was happy to see the staff join him at headquarters last Thursday, following action by Congress to end the 16-day government shutdown.

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Snow geese stacking up at the Saskatchewan border

Hunters looking for the famous “blizzard of snows” during the Kenmare GooseFest may have to wait a while.

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Kenmare school will keep using Donnybrook gym

Kenmare school basketball teams will continue using the Donnybrook Community Center for the 2013-2014 school year, with future use of the facility to be considered on an annual basis.

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Work to begin this fall on new downtown sidewalks and lighting

Lighting and sidewalk improvements for downtown Kenmare and the park square will be much more costly than expected, $1.06 million instead of the estimated $800,000.

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Jerry Essler named to ND Goose Hunters Hall of Fame

Jerry Essler, owner of Farmers Union Insurance in Kenmare, arrived late for an interview about his selection to the 2013 North Dakota Goose Hunters Hall of Fame for the very best of reasons.

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Sonny Bergman named to ND Goose Hunters Hall of Fame

Kenmare native Carl “Sonny” Bergman, now of Longwood, Florida, grew up duck hunting with some of Kenmare’s most notable businessmen of the 1940s and 1950s.

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Berthold student musicians to perform at Nashville

Two Berthold High School musicians will perform in Nashville at the 2013 National Association for Music Education All-National Honors Ensembles Concert scheduled for October 30th.

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Refuge staff furloughed for government shutdown

“The refuge is effectively shut down for all activities, period,” said Chad Zorn, Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge manager.

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