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Second weekend of fun in Balta

August 16, 2019 The Balta Street Dance made the small Pierce County town a destination for fun a second weekend in a row last Saturday nigh. more »»

District Court

August 16, 2019 - Brady Mark Kallenbach, of Maddock, pleaded guilty to an infraction level charge of littering/deposit of refuse. He was ordered to pay $100. more »»

Lego Robotics added, eSports tabled

August 16, 2019 Some Ely Elementary students will see a new after-school activity offering, while the addition of eSports at Rugby High School is up in the air. more »»

Miss Rugby, County Fair, Geographic Center crowned

August 16, 2019 Young women, teens and 10 little princesses took the stage at Rugby High School’s Tilman Hovland Auditorium Saturday to compete for Miss Rugby, Miss Geographic Center and several other titles. more »»

Nearly 600 attend Village Fair

August 16, 2019 Village Fair attendees got to see new and old favorites on the Prairie Village Museum grounds last week. more »»

County board approves 2020 preliminary budget

August 9, 2019 Pierce County commissioners approved the county’s preliminary budget for 2020 during a meeting Tuesday morning at the Pierce County Courthouse. The county is projected to levy 58 mills, or over $1. more »»

District Court

August 9, 2019 - Justin Lee Grinnell, of New Town, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of driving while license privilege is suspended. - The court dismissed a C felony charge of terrorizing against Wyatt . more »»

News Briefs

August 9, 2019 Axtman, Walker make top 5 lists North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance based in Jamestown, ND announced that Zach Axtman of Rugby, was a top 5 producer of Supplemental Insurance Premiums for the mont... more »»

JDA looking forward to positive Chalmers outcome

August 9, 2019 Although a land purchase by the Rugby Job Development Authority has sparked criticism from taxpayers since the deal was finalized nearly eight years ago, current JDA Executive Director Liz Heisey... more »»

Balta comes alive

August 9, 2019 The sleepy Pierce County town of Balta came alive last Sunday as residents and visitors enjoyed some August traditions: a demolition derby and plenty of corn on the cob. more »»

Museum celebrates Village Fair tomorrow

August 9, 2019 The Prairie Village Museum will celebrate its 34th Annual Village Fair this weekend in Rugby. more »»

City preliminary budget approved

August 9, 2019 In a meeting Monday evening at Rugby’s City Hall, the Rugby City Council approved the city’s preliminary budget for 2020. “[It’s a] tight budget,” Rugby Mayor Sue Steinke said Monday, “no frills. more »»

Tunbridge to be platted

August 9, 2019 In a regular meeting Tuesday morning at the Pierce County Courthouse, County commissioners voted to approve platting Tunbridge. The county received a proposal from Land Surveying Services, In. more »»

Tunbridge church to get facelift

August 9, 2019 A weather-beaten landmark familiar to many travelers on US Highway 2 west of Rugby will have a spruced-up appearance in a few months thanks to a plan launched by concerned area residents. more »»

Niewoehner nets ribbons at NDSF

August 9, 2019 Like most Pierce County residents who make the drive to the North Dakota State Fair in late July, Marilyn Niewoehner has fun seeing new things and visiting people. She also has fun competing. more »»

News Briefs

August 2, 2019 Rugby Public School District to increase time for teacher training At the February 12th school board meeting, the Rugby Public School Board voted to increase the amount of time for teacher training... more »»

Heart of America Library celebrates 50 years in present location

August 2, 2019 The Heart of America Library recently celebrated 50 years in its current location. more »»

District Court

August 2, 2019 - Matthew Laurence Brady, of Bismarck, pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of failure to appear as a witness or produce information. He was ordered to pay $325 in fees. more »»

Main Street Initiative reps meet with JDA

August 2, 2019 Representatives from North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum’s Main Street Initiative sat in on the Rugby Job Development Authority’s regular July meeting last Thursday to discuss community concerns with... more »»

Researchers come to county farm

August 2, 2019 A scientific principle similar to what rural North Dakota drivers experience most summer evenings may someday provide a way to support sustainable farming, thanks to research done in a northern... more »»

District dissolution discussed

August 2, 2019 The Wolford School Board met at the former Wolford High School library Tuesday evening to continue the process of dissolving their community’s school distric. more »»



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