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KHS junior gets his chance to compete for the fans

Chad Perry, a junior at Kenmare High School, is one of the biggest fans for any Honkers’ sport. He can be seen at the home events, cheering teams from seventh grade through the varsity level, but his physical condition prevents him from wearing one of the maroon and gold uniforms on the court, field, mat or track himself.

Posted 3/20/12 (Tue) read more »

City council expresses need for definition of housing

A handful of building permit applications generated intense discussion about mobile, modular and manufactured homes during the Kenmare city council meeting held March 13th.

Posted 3/20/12 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare invention in Walmart contest

Duane Ingerson of Kenmare hardly sends text messages or uses Facebook, but he’s counting on friends, relatives and business associates around the country to do both those things and vote for the pan lid-holding device he entered in Walmart’s “Get On the Shelf” contest.

Posted 3/15/12 (Thu) read more »

Harris Construction sold to Farden of Maxbass

As of March 1st, Harris Construction Inc. in Kenmare was acquired by Farden Construction of Maxbass.

Posted 3/15/12 (Thu) read more »

Cochlear implant lets Kenmare man hear again

Philip Zimmer of Kenmare is walking around these days like a new man, delighted in every aspect of life as he hears sounds--a zipper on a suitcase, a bird singing at a city intersection, his grandchild’s voice--for the first time in years, or ever, thanks to a cochlear implant.

Posted 3/15/12 (Thu) read more »

Berthold edged out to fourth place at State B

After a tough overtime loss to Beulah in the state Class B semi-finals on Friday at Grand Forks, Berthold finished in fourth place in a 52-50 defeat by Shiloh Christian on Saturday.

Posted 3/15/12 (Thu) read more »

City council can close smoking loophole

Kelly Buettner-Schmidt, executive director for Healthy Communities International at Minot State University, offered encouragement to members of the Kenmare Tobacco-Free Coalition during their meeting February 14th.

Posted 3/06/12 (Tue) read more »

City of Berthold applies for $1.6 million grant to purchase land for lagoon expansion

The City of Berthold and 5Stone Development continue to discuss details of the plan, but the city is proceeding with a $1.6 million grant application to purchase land necessary for a lagoon expansion project.

Posted 3/06/12 (Tue) read more »

Bombers in the State B

The Berthold boys basketball team punched their ticket to the Class B state tournament last week for the third time in four years, defeating Rugby in semi-finals and Bottineau in the Region 6 championship game to advance.

Posted 2/29/12 (Wed) read more »

South of the Border reopens in Kenmare

Breakfast is served at South of the Border again. So are lunch and supper, seven days a week, now in a smoke-free atmosphere.

Posted 2/29/12 (Wed) read more »