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Carpio man dies in Donnybrook accident

A Carpio man died Thursday when he drove his 2012 Ford Fusion under the trailer of a 2010 Peterbilt truck on U.S. Highway 52 in Donnybrook.

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Foot traffic a concern at County Road 2/6th Street North public input meeting

Safety. Walkability. Lighting.

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Kenmare Real Estate Market: Sales stall as demand for rentals remains high

Rental properties available in Kenmare remain hot, while sale properties are--not.

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Bombers start strong at the net

The Lewis & Clark Bombers launched the 2013 volleyball season with a pair of wins and a solid performance in the Coal Country Tournament last week.

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New city budget includes increase to property taxes

Kenmare property owners will pay a little more to the city next year, according to the 2014 preliminary budget.

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Berthold development creates lots for 234 mobile homes, has 10-plex apartment and possible grocery store

After nearly three years of discussion and negotiations between the City of Berthold and developer Alex Gregg, a preliminary plat for the Prairie Rose Estates project, with lots for 234 mobile homes, received approval from the city council on September 3rd.

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Ward County wants Kenmare input before rebuilding 6th Street

Take a drive or a walk along the approximately 0.9 miles of Ward County Road 2 through Kenmare, also known as 6th Street.

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New bridge going in at Brick Yard

A project to repair the Brickyard Road on the Des Lacs National Wildlife Refuge has closed the Scenic Auto Tour Route along the refuge south of Kenmare.

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Four options presented for Kenmare School expansion

“If we had to split another class, right now between the buildings, we have only one room that’s not a classroom,” Kenmare Public School Superintendent Duane Mueller told an audience of 20 teachers and patrons who attended a second public forum to discuss a building project proposed for the district.

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KHS volleyball team will improve a lot from start of year to finish

Kenmare High School varsity volleyball coach Tim Wallstrum knows the Honkers fans have heard this before, but the KHS team continues in rebuilding mode this season.

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