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Volcano erupts while Kenmare teen is in Guatemala

Hunter Rodin felt a raindrop on his arm while walking from church to a McDonald’s restaurant in Antigua, Guatemala June 3.

Posted 6/12/18 (Tue) read more »

Quilts presented to longtime American Legion members

As the Memorial Day service in Donnybrook unfolded, a couple of American Legion members were honored for their service and support.

Posted 6/05/18 (Tue) read more »

History and tradition found at McKinney...

Continuing a tradition that has carried on for more than 80 years, the McKinney Cemetery Association again held its annual Memorial Day service at the cemetery on Saturday.

Posted 5/29/18 (Tue) read more »

McNeiley family takes an unprecedented trip...

A Kenmare family that has faced a lot of adversity together, was recently given the opportunity to enjoy a week of euphoria.

Posted 5/22/18 (Tue) read more »

Law enforcement neutralizes active shooter...

A young man casually walks into Kenmare High School with an AR-15 assault rifle just as graduation is about to begin and opens fire in the gymnasium.

Posted 5/15/18 (Tue) read more »

Area ambulance squads holding it together...

A shortage of volunteers is always on the minds of small-town ambulance personnel. Population alone can often dictate how robust an ambulance or fire department is going to be.

Posted 5/08/18 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare girls raise the bar on competitive shooting...

Two teenagers from Kenmare have quietly built up a legacy for themselves in competitive shooting and are positioning themselves to set records in adult competition.

Posted 5/01/18 (Tue) read more »

New owner of Baptist Home protests taxed value

Scott Pahlen, a real estate agent from Warroad, Minn., was in Kenmare April 10 to protest the assessed value of a property he purchased here, but hadn’t previously seen.

Posted 4/24/18 (Tue) read more »

Too many motorists not obeying bus stop signs...

When it comes to the safety of school children, we like to think we’re all concerned. But when we are late for work, clocking in sometimes becomes a higher priority.

Posted 4/10/18 (Tue) read more »

Committee hopes to cut pool costs to under $1 million...

What started out loosely at $7.26 million for a new community pool in Kenmare, has been chiseled down to just under $1 million.

Posted 3/20/18 (Tue) read more »