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Kids Academy plans to open new daycare in Berthold

The Kids Academy in Berthold is now officially incorporated as a non-profit educational and charitable organization that provides a safe environment to care for and meet the needs of children and youth in the area. The doors just aren’t open yet.

Posted 5/19/10 (Wed) read more »

Walk for Alex raises over $11,000

The signs and stickers worn by the Kenmare students said it all last Wednesday: “I’m walking for Alex” and “I support Alex.”

Posted 5/05/10 (Wed) read more »

Potash mining could be next economic boost for region

If land and mineral owners in northwest North Dakota approve, specifically those in north central Burke County, potash development could possibly be the next economic boom to this region.

Posted 5/04/10 (Tue) read more »

Jodi Benge honored for professional excellence in long-term care

Baptist Home of Kenmare administrator Karen Schwartz rattled off a list of adjectives to describe Jodi Benge of Bowbells, the facility’s activities director. “She’s caring, compassionate, fun-loving and dedicated to the residents,” said Karen. And tonight at the North Dakota Long Term Care Association’s annual awards banquet in Bismarck, Jodi will be recognized as the best in the state at what she does when she accepts the 2010 Activity Professional Award of Excellence.

Posted 4/28/10 (Wed) read more »

Firemen unveil "new" tanker at Fire Hall open house

Members of the Kenmare Fire Department threw open the doors to their new fire hall on Saturday to host an open house event that attracted a couple hundred guests.

Posted 4/21/10 (Wed) read more »

Development Corporation hires new executive director

Ralph Hoversten, the new executive director of the Kenmare Community Development Corporation, was born and raised in Minnesota’s Twin Cities, but his heart belongs in the country.

Posted 4/21/10 (Wed) read more »

Despite four brain tumors, fourth grader tries to be "normal"

Posted 4/14/10 (Wed) read more »

Fundraiser planned for Alex

The Kenmare PTA and students in both schools want to show their support for fourth grader Alex Emeline and his family, and they’re asking for your help.

Posted 4/14/10 (Wed) read more »

Walking trail gets off to a running start

A safe walking trail in Kenmare is just a few thousand dollars away from becoming a reality this summer.

Posted 4/14/10 (Wed) read more »

Two structures at Pioneer Village are picked up and moved

Spring cleaning at Kenmare’s Pioneer Village took on new significance last week as volunteers moved actual buildings around as part of the project list.

Posted 4/07/10 (Wed) read more »