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New barn for old tractors going up at Pioneer Village

A new building under construction this week will add indoor display space at Kenmare’s Pioneer Village for antique tractors, machinery, cars and other items.

Posted 8/30/11 (Tue) read more »

Honkers will play different style from past few years

The senior Honker volleyball players promise the crowd will be entertained at the matches this season. “The fans are going to see some ridiculousness,” said Halie Nelson. She shook her head. “The varsity is just nonsense!”

Posted 8/30/11 (Tue) read more »

Young team to take the field for Honkers

With only four seniors and two juniors returning to the Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 9-man varsity football roster, head coach Courtney Seime knows he’ll be counting on strong performances from the sophomores and, especially, the 12 freshmen who suit up for practice every day.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare School still in search of a math teacher

Some of the KHS math classes will follow a standards-based curriculum this semester with homework and tests like usual. The students who excel in those classes and need to be challenged will be presented with enrichment materials, while students who struggle to master math concepts and skills will be supported with additional lessons.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed) read more »

Thefts from garages and vehicles at Donnybrook put residents on edge

Several of the 70 or so residents of Donnybrook say they’re now locking their doors at night after intruders entered garages and vehicles around town during the early morning hours of August 15th.

Posted 8/24/11 (Wed) read more »

Calls for ambulance run about one a week

“It’s not all blood,” said Carol Kilene about her volunteer service for the Berthold Ambulance. “People are so afraid and they tell me, ‘I just can’t handle blood,’ but 95 percent of our runs are not blood. They’re for someone who is sick or needs a ride to the hospital or has fallen and broken a bone or they just don’t feel good.”

Posted 8/18/11 (Thu) read more »

Survey of businesses says 73% want Kenmare to be smoke-free

Members of the Kenmare Tobacco-Free Coalition were encouraged by the response to a survey of Kenmare Association of Commerce members about support for a community smoke-free ordinance.

Posted 8/18/11 (Thu) read more »

City approves tax incentives to Annabelle Commercial and Gooseneck Implement

Property development was the primary subject of discussion and action at the Kenmare City Council meeting Monday evening.

Posted 8/17/11 (Wed) read more »

Curfew imposed to stop nighttime street roaming and vandalism

Minors who violate Kenmare’s curfew hours could find themselves headed to Minot for an appearance in juvenile court or even a stay in the juvenile detention center.

Posted 8/17/11 (Wed) read more »

Volunteers clean up mess at Mouse River Park while looking ahead to next year

Two strands of barbed wire strung across the east entrance to Mouse River Park were taken down Saturday, August 13th.

Posted 8/17/11 (Wed) read more »