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City's well water being trucked to the oilfield

The quality of Kenmare’s city water improved drastically last December when water provided by the city of Minot started flowing through the taps, as distributed through the Northwest Area Water Supply pipeline. However, the old water has found new life in the oil field, and the city has benefited from a few extra dollars in its coffers.

Posted 9/30/10 (Thu) read more »

Two more Kenmare veterans make visit to WWII Memorial

Two Kenmare area World War II servicemen stood with nearly 90 other North Dakota veterans at the national memorial built to honor their service.

Posted 9/29/10 (Wed) read more »

City of Kenmare to prepare formal comments on NAWS

Kenmare’s mayor Roger Ness could not attend the NAWS public scoping session in Minot last week, but the current status of the project and its relevance to the Kenmare water supply is never far from his mind.

Posted 9/29/10 (Wed) read more »

Area leaders dismayed with stalling of NAWS

The most recent delay in progress on the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project doesn’t sit well with area leaders who are ready to see treated Missouri River water running from the taps in their towns.

Posted 9/29/10 (Wed) read more »

Hartland Wind Farm continues to collect encouraging data

Six meteorological (MET) towers installed between Carpio and Berthold are a sign of the most recent progress for Hartland Wind Farm.

Posted 9/15/10 (Wed) read more »

Melissa Burud to replace Ruth Ganes as First District public health nurse

After a career in nursing that spans four decades, including 16 years with First District Health Unit, Kenmare public health nurse Ruth Ganes plans to retire.

Posted 9/15/10 (Wed) read more »

New teachers for kindergarten, math at Kenmare School

New classrooms and new students have created plenty of changes at Kenmare Public School this year, with four new staff members making their mark as well.

Posted 9/08/10 (Wed) read more »

Mrs. Barnhart moves from kindergarten to library

As a pre-school and kindergarten teacher in Kenmare for 10 years, Jean Barnhart taught a majority of the students now attending grades 1 through 12 in the school district.

Posted 9/08/10 (Wed) read more »

Lewis & Clark-Berthold School numbers stay steady at 260

Enrollment numbers held fairly steady at Lewis & Clark-Berthold Public School as 260 students filled the desks during the first week of the 2010-2011 school year.

Posted 9/01/10 (Wed) read more »

Enrollment at Kenmare Elementary School highest seen in a decade

Opening week enrollment at Kenmare Elementary School, with 165 students, is the highest seen since the first day of school in August 2000, when 166 kids filled the desks in grades kindergarten through six.

Posted 9/01/10 (Wed) read more »