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Berthold Farmers Elevator to move oil with Enbridge

Berthold Farmers Elevator is getting into the energy transportation business, thanks to an unprecedented alignment of location, abilities and opportunity. “What started out as some possibilities has turned into a necessity, as we figure out a way to move oil,” said Dan DeRouchey, general manager of BFE.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Ballots set for Kenmare city and school elections on June 12

The ballot is complete now for the Kenmare city elections, although each candidate for city office is running unopposed at this time.

Posted 4/24/12 (Tue) read more »

Area students recognized for artistic talents in Jr. Duck Stamp contest

Nineteen students from the region were among the 100 young artists recognized for their winning entries in the 2012 North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp contest.

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Scholarship for world travel gives preference to Kenmare students

Carly Hedlin, a 2008 KHS graduate, spent a month during her junior year at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, visiting countries surrounding the Baltic Sea. “It’s a mind-blowing experience, so different from our cultures,” she said.

Posted 4/11/12 (Wed) read more »

Berthold questions availability of more NAWS water for booming development

Up to 2,000 new homes may be constructed near Berthold, and those households will need water.

Posted 4/10/12 (Tue) read more »

Area firemen called to action with dry conditions

Hot oil spewing from a car on an eastbound Canadian Pacific Railway train sparked a fire on the north side of the tracks between Donnybrook and Carpio Thursday afternoon.

Posted 4/10/12 (Tue) read more »

Traffic route through town is taking a beating

The City of Kenmare could be waiting a long time for Ward County to fix their road passing through town. The county still has more repairs than they can handle, because of flooding last year.

Posted 4/10/12 (Tue) read more »

Legion has long, active history in Donnybrook

Members of the American Legion Clarence McCormack Post #195 always pay special attention to the Legion’s anniversary when it rolls around each March.

Posted 4/04/12 (Wed) read more »

NAWS to complete environmental impact statement for lawsuit

Progress on the Northwest Area Water Supply (NAWS) project continues to trickle along, despite a lawsuit in federal court that has required a Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (SEIS) about the project’s design and treatment plans.

Posted 4/04/12 (Wed) read more »

Tolley Fire Department grows and improves with new equipment and new members

“We’re here to help and assist anybody who needs it,” said Tolley Fire and Rescue Department Chief David Stark.

Posted 3/28/12 (Wed) read more »