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Now that a six-week, matching grant program called Twice Blessed has been launched, Randy Kunz is hoping the community of Berthold rallies around him.
Posted 11/20/19 (Wed) read more »
More than 70 people turned out Thursday night at Beer Bob’s in downtown Kenmare to witness three men who came together to toast their fallen World War II comrades.
Posted 11/12/19 (Tue) read more »
In the past 20 years, Kenmare’s economy has had its ups and downs, but has maintained a stability of taxable sales and purchases, slowly increasing its value.
Posted 11/05/19 (Tue) read more »
The Kenmare City Council will resume snow removal from the downtown business square sidewalks, reversing a decision they made a month ago.
Posted 10/22/19 (Tue) read more »
Every year hunters talk about their success in the field. Whether it’s a deer, a moose or even that big fish. Human nature is for sportsmen to describe their safari.
Posted 10/08/19 (Tue) read more »
When a community comes together a lot can get done and that’s exactly what Jane Kalmbach has been experiencing.
Posted 10/01/19 (Tue) read more »
Jane Kalmbach didn’t know what to expect when she put out the word for volunteers to help move the Kenmare Food Pantry.
Posted 9/23/19 (Mon) read more »
Eight months after a fire nearly destroyed Kenmare’s downtown icon the old Danish Mill, the popular tourist attraction is back to the way it should be.
Posted 9/17/19 (Tue) read more »
Having already competed in two meets, one with a mixture of Class A and B runners, Burke Central-Kenmare cross country head coach Ray Sayler is happy with what he is seeing.
Posted 9/10/19 (Tue) read more »