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Kenmare Tobacco-Free Coalition considers policy for city's parks and playgrounds

The Kenmare Tobacco-Free Coalition turned its attention toward the city’s parks and playgrounds during its September meeting.

Posted 10/03/12 (Wed) read more »

Bow hunter bags whitetail buck and bull moose in less than a day's time

Some people would call Travis Rodenhizer lucky these days. As of Thursday, the longtime archery hunter had bagged a mule deer buck in southwestern North Dakota, a pronghorn antelope in east-central Wyoming, and a whitetail buck southwest of Stanley.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »

Pastor Cole Bentley serves rural Lutheran churches of Kenmare, Powers Lake and Battleview

“I’m still getting used to the whole ‘Pastor’ thing,” said Cole Bentley about the title he’ll use with members of the five congregations he serves through the United as One Lutheran Parish in northwestern North Dakota.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »

Planning for North Dakota's future . . .

The Legislative interim committees are nearing completion of studying issues brought forward and continued from the last Legislative session.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »

Classroom odor to be cleared up

The Kenmare school board tackled several building and maintenance issues during its regular meeting held September 18th.

Posted 9/26/12 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare Hospital offers state-of-the-art health care for area

At 104 years old, Kenmare Community Hospital is going strong and offering state-of-the-art health care services to area residents.

Posted 9/20/12 (Thu) read more »

Scenic Lake Road reopens

Looking to get out for a lovely drive around Kenmare? Take the Scenic Lake Road south of town and enjoy the new graveled surface.

Posted 9/20/12 (Thu) read more »

Fifty-space campground proposed at Berthold

The city of Berthold may add a 50-space trailer/RV parking area, if a proposal by businessman Boe Lautenschlager meets the requirements and regulations established in the city’s ordinances.

Posted 9/20/12 (Thu) read more »

Father Chipson serves Catholic parishes of Kenmare, Donnybrook and Bowbells

“I would like to be called ‘Father,’ not ‘Doctor,’” Father Joseph Chipson said about the master’s and doctorate degrees he earned at colleges in his home country of India.

Posted 9/20/12 (Thu) read more »

Mouse River Park on its way to being a summer gathering place again

One year ago, as residents and campers at Mouse River Park cleared tons of debris from the silt-covered campgrounds and water-logged bar and cafe, they speculated about when and if the Park could become a summer gathering place again. Damage left by the Mouse River Flood appeared irreparable in any logical time frame.

Posted 9/13/12 (Thu) read more »