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Who knew what, when in North Dakota?

April 18, 2014 When the first quart of freshly fracked Bakken crude was drawn from the Earth a few years back, a white coated chemist swished the sample around the beaker, took a sniff, and said to his associate;... more »»

Stop the bullying now

April 10, 2014 We send our kids to school each day expecting faculty members to do their level best to ensure their safety and well-being. That has not been the case at TGU Towner School. more »»

Just makes you angry

April 4, 2014 We have lived and worked in Rugby for 40 years and never before been so falsely accused, so maliciously harassed by phone, our pickup egged, and strange things left on our sidewalk. more »»

Against Armory wood floor

March 28, 2014 In visiting with one of our city counsil members, I was informed that the counsil is considering, as one of the options, replacing the floor in the armory with a wood floor. more »»

Witt a product of Rugby Ag

March 11, 2014 My husband was thrilled to read a recent edition of the Pierce County Tribune and found the article about Larry Selland. more »»

The importance of sleep

February 21, 2014 The importance of sleep cannot be overstated. more »»

A tribute to MLK

February 14, 2014 In honor of Black History Month, the following letter was written by a young African-American woman named Tatiana Bailey — who wrote this when she was 10 years old. more »»

Nielsens say “Thank You”

February 14, 2014 You may be aware that my Mother, Wanda Nielsen has just had her hip replaced recently. more »»

Working to get Farm Bill passed

February 14, 2014 Way back in the fall of 2011, I was getting ready to make a big decision. After 12 years of private life, I was trying to figure out how I could best serve the state I love. more »»

Rugby shouldn't have 'big city problems'

February 7, 2014 I have always been impressed with the nice evergreen entrance to Rugby, both from the east and the west. After I had family settle there I got acquainted with the town and was even more impresse. more »»

The day we lost Cloe

January 24, 2014 Family is a treasure. No doubt most people will agree with me when I say family is one of the most important things in this life. more »»

Letters to the Editor

December 6, 2013 Winter is back in full swing, with significant snow and ice for all of us to battl. more »»

Letters to the Editor

November 29, 2013 I would like to thank Commander Heilman and the American Legion Clarence Larson Post 23 for “Honoring All Who Have Served” on Veterans Day I also would like to thank the American Legion Clarence... more »»

Letters to the Editor

November 22, 2013 When does an educator become more than an educator? When her name is Miss Genevieve Platz. If you are looking down from above, this is my thank you to you and your memor. more »»

Letters to the Editor

October 18, 2013 Last Thursday, October 3, 2013, my wife and I were traveling to her family homestead just southwest of Rolette. This trip was intended to be a “getting back to her roots” and waterfowl hunting trip. more »»

Letters to the Editor

October 4, 2013 The Good Samaritan Hospital Association, doing business as the Heart of America Medical Center, will conduct its annual meeting at 7:00 pm on October 7th at Dakota Farms. more »»

Letters to the Editor

September 20, 2013 Words cannot express enough our gratitude for your excellent coverage of the North Dakota Good Sam Recreational Camping "Samboree" 201. more »»

Letters to the Editor

September 6, 2013 Hello Steering Committee members and interested Parties, I must first give all that helped with the Lyric projection conversion the greatest of credit. more »»

Letters to the Editor

August 23, 2013 Congratulations to all the people of Rugby involved in the Lyric Theater upgrade! I attended the first digital showing of a movie last week. What a huge change. more »»

Letters to the Editor

July 12, 2013 In Lloyd Omdahl’s article titled, “Indian Child Welfare Laws Should Be for Children,” (Op-Ed, July 1), Omdahl first argues that the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) allows tribes to engage in... more »»

 
 

 

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