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City gains properties from Ward County

The City of Kenmare has taken ownership of four properties for which they had offered Ward County $200 apiece.

Posted 2/16/11 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare kids' Ladybug Bill passes House, moves on to Senate

House Bill 1219, nicknamed the Ladybug Bill, cleared a second hurdle on its way to the Governor’s desk last Thursday at approximately 1:20 pm.

Posted 2/08/11 (Tue) read more »

Gooseneck Implement grows across the state

With the purchase of the John Deere dealership formerly known as Haugen’s Inc. in Williston last December, Gooseneck Implement has grown to eight locations, including Kenmare, Harvey, Rugby, Velva, Minot and expanded facilities in Mohall and Stanley.

Posted 2/08/11 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare School Board tables levy of 5 mills for computers

The Kenmare school board is considering asking voters to approve a levy of 5 mills to help pay for technology needs in the district.

Posted 2/08/11 (Tue) read more »

Snowshoe event allows 60 to experience refuge in the winter

So what’s the best way to spend a late-January Saturday in North Dakota when the sun finally shines?

Posted 2/02/11 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare man is champion archer

Phil Kelly may be best known around Kenmare for his work at Gooseneck Implement, but now his friends should probably call him the 2011 ISAA Pro-Am Tournament Senior Male Bowhunting Freestyle Champion.

Posted 2/02/11 (Wed) read more »

PSC comes to Kenmare to hear concerns on Enbridge oil pipeline and pumping project

About a dozen residents from Kenmare and Stanley attended a hearing of the North Dakota Public Service Commission on Thursday to consider applications submitted by Enbridge Pipelines (North Dakota) LLC expansion and upgrades for two separate, but related, projects.

Posted 1/25/11 (Tue) read more »

Young students treated like celebrities in Bismarck

The Kenmare second graders who are championing the convergent lady beetle as North Dakota’s official state insect discovered they were famous when they arrived in Bismarck to testify before the House Political Subdivisions Committee.

Posted 1/25/11 (Tue) read more »

Hearing in Kenmare Thursday for construction of crude oil pipeline and new pumping stations at Kenaston and Lignite

Members of the North Dakota Public Service Commission will be in town on Thursday to hold a public hearing on applications submitted by Enbridge Pipelines (North Dakota) LLC regarding the construction of 11 miles of 12-inch crude oil pipeline, a new pumping station located near Kenaston, a new pump station near Lignite and station modifications at the existing Berthold Pump Station.

Posted 1/19/11 (Wed) read more »

Kenmare 2nd graders push to get lady beetle named as North Dakota's official bug

When four Kenmare second graders testify at the North Dakota House of Representatives Political Subdivisions Committee hearing in Bismarck Friday on behalf of their proposal to designate the lady beetle as the state’s official insect, they will be prepared:

Posted 1/18/11 (Tue) read more »