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Save the date, and plan to pitch in

September 18, 2009 Two years may seem like a long time from now, but not when you're planning a community celebratio. more »»

Farmers’ market has been a slice of community

September 11, 2009 It’s 8 a.m. Saturday morning, and a large crowd has gathered at the junction of U.S. Highway 2 and N.D. Highway 3. It’s a sign of late summer in Rugby. more »»

Time for some potpourri

September 3, 2009 The Rugby street improvement project is nearly finished, and it's been a long time since the streets in Rugby have been in this kind of condition. more »»

More family practice physicians needed

August 28, 2009 Health care reform has been on the front burner of discussion across the country, and for the past few weeks President Obama and members of Congress have been holding town hall-style meetings to... more »»

Be good sports —on the field and in the stands

August 21, 2009 The bleachers will soon be filled with fans cheering their teams to victory. Yes, another school year is upon us, and high school sporting events kick off this week. more »»

Council should grant tax exemption

August 13, 2009 The Rugby City Council was put in a challenging position earlier this month. more »»

Turnout for OHV class was poor

August 7, 2009 The Rugby Police Department arranged for the North Dakota Department of Parks and Recreation to conduct an Off-Highway Vehicle safety certification course in Rugby late last month for youngsters wh... more »»

Still some summer left

July 31, 2009 We endured a long, snow-filled winter to reach warmer days, but unfortunately not too many warm days have come. more »»

Good times for the Rugby School District

July 24, 2009 One of the strengths of a community is its school system, and times are good right now for Rugby’s public schools. more »»

Too early to change date of county fair

July 17, 2009 The reasons are compelling to move the Pierce County Fair away from the Fourth of July date. —It would most likely boost attendance. —It would ensure more volunteer hel. more »»

We all have a role to play to avoid accidents

July 10, 2009 Summer is here, and with the warm temperatures comes more activity outside. People are taking evening walks, out for a morning jog, riding bicycles and rollerblading. more »»

A second chance at success deserved for corrections center

July 2, 2009 In golf they call it a mulligan, a “do-over,” if you will, and in some ways that’s what the local corrections and drug treatment facility is getting. more »»

Meet in the middle regarding fireworks

June 25, 2009 To some, they're noisy, messy and a big nuisance. To others, they go hand-in-hand with the Fourth of July. Fireworks, that is. more »»

Time for some potpourri

June 19, 2009 Improvements and additions to the Pierce County Fairgrounds are crucial to the county fair being an entertainment fixture for years to come. more »»

Turning an eyesore into a scenic gem

June 11, 2009 Although they remain a work in progress, the grounds between the Northern Lights Tower-Interpretive Center and Prairie Village Museum in Rugby are beginning to take shap. more »»

Vote for publication of minutes

June 5, 2009 Rugby and Wolford school districts will conduct their annual elections this month. more »»

Plenty to see and do this summer in Rugby area

May 29, 2009 The long winter is behind us, and finally we can look forward to summer and plenty of entertainment and community events to enjoy over the next three months. more »»

Let public comment on fire hall location

May 26, 2009 The Rugby Park District is in an awkward position regarding whether to deed a portion of Southside Park to the city of Rugby so a fire hall can be constructed in there in the future. more »»

Funds for Peace Garden a good sign

May 15, 2009 One of the final pieces of legislation decided during the 61st state legislative assembly was funding for the construction an interpretive center at the International Peace Garden. more »»

State needs to pick up big part of the flooding tab

May 7, 2009 Forty-three North Dakota counties have applied for, and have been included, in a Presidential Disaster Declaration approved late last month. more »»

 
 

 

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