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Grant to Pioneer Village will repair roofs

Touring hours have ended for the season, but there’s still plenty of activity taking place at Kenmare’s Pioneer Village this fall, thanks in large part to a $14,325 grant from the North Dakota State Historical Society.

Posted 11/04/09 (Wed) read more »

Wild Styles Salon & Spa opens downtown

Kenmare’s newest business on the downtown square, Wild Styles Salon & Spa, opened its doors for regular hours last week. Owner Denyce “Necey” Holter and stylist Jackie Thompson welcome customers for a bit of pampering.

Posted 11/04/09 (Wed) read more »

Garden Grove Farm opens for lodging

If you need lodging for your deer hunt in northwestern North Dakota or you’re looking for a comfortable retreat setting, consider Garden Grove Farm, located 16 miles northeast of Kenmare.

Posted 10/28/09 (Wed) read more »

Vet's Club donates $50,000 to help finish new fire hall

Kenmare Veteran’s Club, Inc., is known for being generous with their charitable gaming funds. After all, they just served as the 2009 corporate sponsor for the Kenmare GooseFest. Then they capped that celebration with the announcement during Saturday’s banquet of a $50,000 donation to the Kenmare Fire Department’s fire hall building project.

Posted 10/27/09 (Tue) read more »

Renville Elevator Company opens new fertilizer plant

The skyline of Tolley changed this fall with the completion of the new 26,000-ton fertilizer plant at Renville Elevator Company.

Posted 10/22/09 (Thu) read more »

Bob Mau honored with ND Community Leadership Award

Kenmare businessman, Bob Mau, was honored Monday with the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce Community Leadership Award.

Posted 10/22/09 (Thu) read more »

Kenmare couple in collision with moose

“You don’t think of them being there,” said Richard Anderson, Kenmare, two days after hitting a moose on U.S. Highway 83 north of Glenburn. “You might see one once in a while off in the distance. Deer, sure, but [a moose] was the last thing on my mind.”

Posted 10/07/09 (Wed) read more »

Hunter bags moose near Kenmare on his 85th birthday

It was a once-in-a-lifetime day for a Williston man on Friday. Actually, it was a couple once-in-a-lifetime experiences on the same day

Posted 10/07/09 (Wed) read more »

2009 harvest is one of extremes

The story of the 2009 harvest is a study in extremes: high yields, low prices, cool summer temperatures, a delayed frost date, and a few farmers surprised to be getting anything at all from their warm season crops.

Posted 9/29/09 (Tue) read more »

Huge tower is sign of approaching NAWS water

The most visible sign of the Northwest Area Water Supply project in the Kenmare area is the new million-gallon storage tower under construction a mile east of town.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed) read more »