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Last minute tax filing advice

April 5, 2019 The first week of April sparks panic in some people as the deadline to file federal and North Dakota income tax statements follows soon after. more »»

Anderson named Relay honorary survivor

May 25, 2018 On the morning of April 10, 2017, Hallie Anderson found a lump. After feeling around, Anderson found another lump that was the size of her pinky tip. more »»

“Chicken Today and Feathers Tomorrow”

March 8, 2017 The Tribune is publishing a three part recollection of Buster Iverson, a personal account of the well development history in the region. Tribune Reporter Carissa Mavec contributed to this report. more »»

3rd Street Station Bar & Grill focuses on fresh

November 18, 2016 Dan and Tracy Corum opened 3rd Street Station Bar & Grill eight years ago. 3rd Street was completely renovated from a small gas station into a fully functioning bar and grill. more »»

Pedestrians should use caution during darker hours

October 28, 2016 With winter months quickly approaching, so does the end of Daylight Saving Time. Clocks will get turned back one hour on Sunday, Nov. . more »»

District Bus Driver, Heintz, after the fall

October 28, 2016 Gary Heintz had been a bus driver in Rugby for 33 years when a fall on a Saturday afternoon changed his life. On May 5, 2012, Heintz was recovering from not feeling well the previous day. more »»

The community staple: Balta Bar

October 14, 2016 For the past three years, Stephanie Hackel has owned Balta Bar and Grill. In the small town of Balta, ND, the restaurant has become a community staple. more »»

'We offer a bit of nostalgia'

September 16, 2016 Rockin’ Relics is celebrating its 10th year as downtown Rugby’s authentic 1940’s soda fountain, diner and antique store. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Why bother with church?

September 16, 2016 A colleague of mine was talking with me recently about the unique opportunity available to pastors. We can sit in a quiet sanctuary anytime. more »»

Pastor's Corner: The wages of sin

September 2, 2016 Theodore Dalrymple is a British psychiatrist. His clients are the slum-poor. His clinics are in a busy general hospital and a nearby prison. In his book Life At The Bottom, Dr. more »»

A fascinating life

September 2, 2016 Monsignor Joseph Senger is 86, but he is far from idle. more »»

Pastor's Corner: Desperate times call for desperate measures

August 26, 2016 Desperation is defined as: “ a state of despair, typically one that results in rash or extreme behavior”. We have all had those times in our lives. more »»

Dining: Dakota Farms

August 19, 2016 Dakota Farms opened in 2011, after an entire building remodel from a former pizza establishment. In the years since, Kevin Lashman, Manager, has continued to make Dakota Farms the best it can be. more »»

Cakes from The Farmer’s Wife

July 29, 2016 Jennifer Dockter never dreamed that her side-hobby of baking would one day become a successful business. more »»

1966: Graduation night

July 1, 2016 When Ashley Burkhartsmeier asked me to write something to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Class of 1966, I,being a good procrastinator, immediately put the idea aside in favor of more... more »»

Prairie Rose

June 24, 2016 There is little that can compare to memories of home and family, especially those memories of a childhood home. Michelle Voeller has put those memories on paper for all to read. more »»

Memories of 1966

June 24, 2016 You blink and a half century goes by. more »»

RELAY FOR LIFE: Truckin' for a cure

May 27, 2016 Angie Busch, team captain for Truckin' for a Cure, has been participating in Relay for Life for the past 11 or 12 years. more »»

RELAY FOR LIFE: N.D. celebrates relay

May 27, 2016 Pierce County residents are beaming with purple pride as they prepare for Rugby's 12th annual Relay for Lif. more »»

RELAY FOR LIFE: Four-time survivor

May 27, 2016 More than likely, not a single family in the area has not been touched by cancer—either in a family member, close friend, co-worker or neighbor. more »»

Syttende Mai Celebrates Heritage

May 20, 2016 A group of Norwegians and Norski wannabes gathered at the Prairie Village Museum this past Tuesday to celebrate Syttende Mai, literally 'seventeenth May', Norwegian Constitution Day. more »»



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