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City and state officials discuss oil impacts

Community leaders from Kenmare, Bowbells, Powers Lake, Portal, Columbus and Lignite sat down with representatives from several state agencies on January 12th to discuss the impact of oil development and needs across the area.

Posted 1/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Science teacher quits

The Kenmare school board voted to accept the resignation of KHS science teacher Nichole Kunz, following action take during the regular January 17th board meeting and a special meeting called for January 19th.

Posted 1/24/12 (Tue) read more »

New city patrolman enjoys community involvement

Seth Engelstad started his new position as a patrol officer for the Kenmare Police Department January 16th, and had the opportunity to meet a number of local residents when he worked the Kenmare Fire Department Coyote Tournament Friday and Saturday nights.

Posted 1/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Legacy Farm is one of only three licensed egg dealers in ND

One of Kenmare’s newest business ventures is clucking along on Legacy Farm northwest of town, where owner Kate Ankenbauer tends a small flock of hens and delivers fresh eggs to sell at Gartner’s Jack & Jill.

Posted 1/17/12 (Tue) read more »

MTI to close its Kenmare site . . .

After nearly 15 years in its location on Kenmare’s southside square, MTI will be closing the doors there January 27th.

Posted 1/17/12 (Tue) read more »

Fish houses in the lake at Darling

Any fish houses still on Lake Darling rest on thin ice these days. Literally.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Voters defeat $12 million bond issue for Berthold Public School renovation

Voters in the Lewis & Clark Public School District No. 161 defeated a proposal to issue $12 million in bonds to fund a building and renovation project for Berthold Public School.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Texas man dies Thursday on flooded road near Tolley

One man died after an early morning incident west of Tolley resulted in two vehicles breaking through the ice on a flooded township road.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

City renews permits for temporary housing sites

Permits have been renewed for two locations within the Kenmare city limits that have allowed temporary housing units.

Posted 1/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Vote is Monday on $12 million plan for Berthold School renovation and addition

Finding a quiet, private space anywhere at Berthold Public School is nearly impossible this year, in a building where every nook and cranny is used for classes, storage, office space or one-on-one instruction for special needs students.

Posted 1/04/12 (Wed) read more »