By Marvin Baker, a new weekly column in The Kenmare News
You can find all kinds of treasurers when you drive around North Dakota, hidden treasurers that aren’t always on the glossy brochures that tourism hands out.
Posted 7/09/19 (Tue) read more »
Several weeks ago I received an email from the Bismarck Tribune regarding a headline in which the Washington state Legislature wanted to reduce the volatility of North Dakota crude oil if it was going to travel through Washington on trains.
Posted 7/02/19 (Tue) read more »
There are several bands and members of bands who have enjoyed longevity that spans more than 50 years. And when we think about it, the first name that comes to mind is the Rolling Stones who formed in 1962 and struck the airways with their first hit record “Satisfaction,” in 1965.
Posted 5/22/19 (Wed) read more »
Ashley, like many small communities in North Dakota, continues to shrink. It has lost nearly half its population since the community peaked in 1950.
Posted 5/14/19 (Tue) read more »
Imagine living in a town of 250 people and all of a sudden 3,000 college students show up for a party that the townspeople know nothing about.
Posted 5/07/19 (Tue) read more »
In recent months I’ve taken numerous calls and emails from people who want to purchase organic grain, oilseeds and legumes.
Posted 4/30/19 (Tue) read more »
It seems there is a significant rift developing between the Kenmare City Council and the Kenmare Police Department.
Posted 4/23/19 (Tue) read more »
We can go as far back as the Spanish-American War to find solid documentation about the work of the North Dakota National Guard.
Posted 4/16/19 (Tue) read more »
Back in late October there was a story about the grocery store in Kenmare that had to shut down for the first time in at least 42 years because of burned out circuits in a printer that shorted out two cash registers.
Posted 4/09/19 (Tue) read more »