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Refuge staff furloughed for government shutdown

“The refuge is effectively shut down for all activities, period,” said Chad Zorn, Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge manager.

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Rural Mental Health office relocates from Minot to Kenmare

Kenmare-area residents may be surprised to learn mental health services are available locally through the non-profit Rural Mental Health Consortium (RMHC).

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Lutheran Church in Africa founded 100 years ago with help from rural Kenmare congregation

One hundred years ago, members of a small Lutheran church north of Kenmare, and a handful of students who attended a high school affiliated with the church raised $2000 to help begin a mission in West Africa.

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Kenmare taxpayers have their say at public meeting

“We’re like any other small business,” city accountant Jan Kostad told members of the Kenmare city council and citizens who attended a public hearing held September 26th. “There are costs we have to keep pace with.”

Posted 10/25/13 (Fri) read more »

State will pay a portion of everyone's property tax

While property taxes in Kenmare are scheduled to go up this year, city accountant Jan Kostad noted a tax break for local citizens.

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New state-of-the-art laundromat may open Monday in Kenmare

The loads will soon be washing and rinsing at Spin City Laundry & Tanning in Kenmare.

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Kenmare School Board endorses $14 million addition for gym, 12 classrooms and office space

The Kenmare School Board rolled forward with a proposed building project for the district when it endorsed a plan to build a new gymnasium, locker rooms, 12 elementary classrooms and office space at Kenmare High School.

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Berthold City Council considers wastewater treatment options

The Berthold City Council heard the report from Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson about a proposal starting at $1.5 million to expand the city’s lagoon system, but took no action at the September meeting as a second option was raised to install a mechanical plant.

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Kenmare GooseFest seeks first Top Shot Chef in public Showdown

GooseFest is looking for its very first Top Shot Chef.

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Bob Mau inducted into North Dakota Petroleum Council Hall of Fame

The North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) inducted Bob Mau, president of MW Industries of Kenmare, into its Hall of Fame at the NDPC’s 32nd Annual Meeting.

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