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Four new teachers on staff at Kenmare School

As buses dropped off students and bells rang to signal the start of the first day of school in Kenmare last week, four teachers took their place at the head of the class for the first time at Kenmare Public School.

Posted 10/25/13 (Fri) read more »

Honkers first football game is Tuesday

Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central head football coach Courtney Seime started the 2013 season August 14th with a camp-out on the football field, complete with tents and an icehouse for sleeping overnight and fresh caramel rolls for breakfast the next morning, courtesy of school district head cook Sharon Wink.

Posted 8/21/13 (Wed) read more »

Burglar appears to have targeted small supply of cough syrup

The Kenmare Food Pantry is still operating, despite the fact the entrance had to be covered by plywood last Thursday.

Posted 8/21/13 (Wed) read more »

City of Berthold awaits sewer expansion report

The Berthold City Council approved one developer’s agreement during their August 5th meeting, but an incomplete report on the city’s sewer system resulted in further questions and delays, while council members fumed.

Posted 8/21/13 (Wed) read more »

City Council looks at options for downtown lighting and sidewalks

Kenmare city employees, accountant Jan Kostad and council members were the only individuals attending a protest hearing Monday night for the special assessment district created for the proposed downtown improvement project--and none of them protested anything.

Posted 8/20/13 (Tue) read more »

City avoids lawsuit with CP Railway

The city of Kenmare collected past due special assessment fees and avoided a potential lawsuit with Canadian-Pacific Railway, following action taken during Monday’s city council meeting.

Posted 8/16/13 (Fri) read more »

Support is overwhelming and growing for fundraiser to benefit McNeiley family

A simple plan between two friends to hold a fund-raising benefit for the Ron and Tami McNeiley family is growing into a major community event.

Posted 8/14/13 (Wed) read more »

Rail transport of oil enhances pipelines

Trains rumbling east and west out of Berthold have carried agricultural commodities for decades. Oil cars use the tracks now, too, hundreds of them each week since the Berthold Station Rail Loading Facility of Enbridge Pipelines came into service last March.

Posted 8/14/13 (Wed) read more »

Greenwing Day as popular now as 18 years ago

Kids crowded around the table where Kory Richardson and Kelly Madsen stood gutting fish Saturday morning during the Greenwing Day event held at the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge.

Posted 8/08/13 (Thu) read more »

New appliance store opens in Kenmare

Just over seven years ago, Shane Harris stood in his 2,500-square foot shop on the east side of U.S. Highway 52 in Kenmare and talked about the orders he was getting as he opened his new business, Modern Woodworks.

Posted 8/07/13 (Wed) read more »