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From a 1918 map of France to radios that broadcast President Roosevelt’s dire message of war against Japan, Kenmare’s fifth-grade students got a history lesson that can’t be taught in a classroom.
Posted 6/20/17 (Tue) read more »
If you would have seen one of these contraptions in the sky 10 years ago, you would have thought a flying saucer was chasing you.
Posted 5/09/17 (Tue) read more »
An experimental car show slated for Carpio on Saturday turned out to be one of the biggest events in recent years for the Badlands region of the Sports Car Club of America.
Posted 5/02/17 (Tue) read more »
It was an antique pick of mega proportions. One customer purchased the entire contents of Jim’s Antiques store.
Posted 4/25/17 (Tue) read more »
Tami Chrest and Barb Mickelsen had been talking about a possible sale for about a year. On April 1, it became a reality.
Posted 4/17/17 (Mon) read more »
For parishioner Arliss Hennix, it all started with a cemetery map that fellow parishioner Arnold Mickelsen drew and placed on a church wall in 2010.
Posted 4/11/17 (Tue) read more »
Nazareth Lutheran Church officials are optimistic they will raise enough money to replace the roof on the church building through a campaign called “Raising the Roof.”
Posted 4/04/17 (Tue) read more »
A Lutheran Social Services plan to bring behavioral health counseling to rural North Dakota came to fruition in Kenmare last week.
Posted 3/30/17 (Thu) read more »
As the Dakota Access Pipeline protests intensified late last fall in Morton County, the North Dakota State Department of Health put out a plea for assistance that included all emergency services.
Posted 3/21/17 (Tue) read more »