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It's Official: Kenmare Rural Fire District now exists

The Kenmare Rural Fire Protection District now officially exists, according to the State of North Dakota.

Posted 2/03/10 (Wed) read more »

Unique Kenmare Transit system is available to all

If the cold and snow of winter makes you grumble about starting your car and driving around town, consider calling the Wheels & Meals Public Transit Service for a ride. Plenty of other people in Kenmare do.

Posted 1/26/10 (Tue) read more »

Runaway truck causes downtown damage

The work week in Kenmare started with an accident downtown shortly after 9 am Monday when the Ankenbauer Dray garbage truck created its own mess.

Posted 1/13/10 (Wed) read more »

Jane Kalmbach art selected to hang in Governor's office

Kenmare artist Jane Kalmbach is starting the New Year with a new venue for her paintings, as the featured artist in the offices of Governor John Hoeven and First Lady Mikey Hoeven.

Posted 1/05/10 (Tue) read more »

Bird counters brave -22F to find 30 species

Volunteers and staff from the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge braved one of the coldest mornings of the winter at -22 degrees F to take part in the 109th National Audubon Society Christmas Bird Count, held December 15, 2009, in Kenmare.

Posted 1/05/10 (Tue) read more »

Kenmare program will pay for demolition of rundown houses

For owners of rundown or uninhabitable houses in Kenmare, the time is right to get their property cleaned up. Rather than the unwelcome nuisance notices some owners of unkempt properties have received in the past, a monetary incentive will now be available to those who demolish their dilapidated structures.

Posted 12/31/09 (Thu) read more »

Firemen called to downtown again

When the fire trucks pulled up in front of the Kenmare Drug store late Monday afternoon, firemen and bystanders alike were probably thinking, “Oh no, not again.”

Posted 12/31/09 (Thu) read more »

KHS students taught firefighting

Sixteen juniors and seniors taking the Natural Resource Conservation class at Kenmare High School have also been trained as wildland firefighters this quarter.

Posted 12/31/09 (Thu) read more »

Fund ITT spends millionth city sales tax dollar since 1993

After 15 years of sales tax collections and making grants, interest buy-downs and loans to various projects and businesses in Kenmare, the Fund ITT Committee crossed the million dollar threshold last month.

Posted 12/31/09 (Thu) read more »

Kenmare committee hopes to create walking and biking trails

Taking a walk around Kenmare is going to get easier and safer, if the Scenic Trail Committee has their way in designing and building a system of walking trails around town.

Posted 12/31/09 (Thu) read more »