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Downtown apartments and former cafe under renovation

Andre Wright, the new owner of the former Choo-Choo Cafe building on Kenmare’s south side square, isn’t afraid to tackle a big project.

Posted 11/20/13 (Wed) read more »

Marvin Baker joins staff at The Kenmare News

Marvin Baker has joined The Kenmare News staff as editor, to replace Caroline Downs who will be moving to Alaska.

Posted 11/15/13 (Fri) read more »

Well-known Las Vegas chef brings expertise to Dave's Place

Enrique Tinoco comes to Kenmare with a very impressive resume.

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

New memorial honors nation's veterans

A new veterans memorial was unveiled Monday on the grounds of Trinity Lutheran Church northeast of Kenmare.

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Las Vegas crew gets start on downtown improvements

A curb, sidewalk and lighting project in downtown Kenmare is now on hold until spring, according to the on-site construction superintendent.

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Berthold City Council approves contract with Circle Sanitation

Garbage rates in Berthold may increase in the coming months, following action taken by the Berthold City Council to approve a new five-year contract proposed by Circle Sanitation during the November 4th council meeting.

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Escalating repair costs and growing enrollment are the push for school building project

It’s up to the voters now. Next Tuesday, Kenmare School District patrons will decide whether or not to fund a $14 million building project.

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

"The Forgotten War"--Fighting in the Korean War ended 60 years ago in 1953

Posted 11/07/13 (Thu) read more »

Lloyd Holter was on the road in Korea during most of his service

For Lloyd Holter of the Coteau area, the Korean War began in September 1951, when he was drafted into the 25th Quartermaster Company. The 23-year-old completed his basic training at Fort Knox, Kentucky, and shipped out to Korea in January 1952.

Posted 11/07/13 (Thu) read more »

Gerald Lawson was shot and wounded on the battlefield in Korea

“I was there at the end,” Gerald Lawson said about his service in Korea, which resulted in a Purple Heart. “I was wounded late the night of 7th of July or early on the morning of the 8th, and the war ended on the 27th.”

Posted 11/07/13 (Thu) read more »