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Answers to common questions about possible fire hall location

August 27, 2010 As many of you have read over the past weeks in the paper, the fire department, city officials, and park officials are asking for public input on locating the proposed new hall on the south half of... more »»

Thank you, Rugby, for your hospitality

August 27, 2010 The members of the North Dakota Good Sam Club would like to express their deep appreciation for the goodwill and city support provided for our 2010 North Dakota Good Sam Samboree held... more »»

Join us to discuss the future of the fire hall

August 13, 2010 Many of you have been following our Fire Hall project, or lack thereof, for a number of years now. The department has simply outgrown our present Fire Hall. more »»

Senior drivers just as safe as others on the road

July 16, 2010 In response to Lloyd Omdahl’s July 10 column, which appeared in the Pierce County Tribune, about older drivers, safety has to be everyone’s priorit. more »»

Congrats to Cichos, thanks for voter support

June 11, 2010 Congratulations to Dave Cichos on his huge victory in the mayoral race and thank you to those who supported me. more »»

Renovation, construction at RHS is needed

June 4, 2010 I have been asked a lot of questions regarding the school improvement and new construction that is being proposed. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ to the Rugby school bond issue

June 4, 2010 I attended the meeting hosted by the Rugby Public School administration and board on May 24. more »»

Renovation at RHS is a necessary step

June 4, 2010 This letter is written in response to Jim Day’s letter “Vote ‘No’ on School Board Bond Issue” that appeared in the May 29 issue of the Pierce County Tribune. more »»

Vote ‘no’ on school board bond issue

May 28, 2010 I strongly feel that the citizenry of the Rugby School District should vote no on the upcoming school bond issue on June 8. more »»

Two good RHS teachers, two good people

May 17, 2010 It’s been 27 years since I came to Rugby in August 1984. more »»

Vote “yes” on June 8 to help our kids stay focused

May 7, 2010 April was Autism Awareness Month. As usual I am a few weeks behind. There has been a lot of information in the news about autism the past few years. more »»

Another blessing taken for granted

May 7, 2010 After I saw the aftermath of the recent vehicle accident at the intersection of Highway 2 and 3, I again realized how fortunate we are in the community to have our emergency services and the many... more »»

Rugby was a deserving school, community for award

April 23, 2010 The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) would like to commend your high school students, teachers, and all members of the Rugby community for working so hard to promote safety for tee... more »»

Healthcare reform comes with a steep price

April 2, 2010 By Jeff Lingerfelt Now that the Healthcare reform bill has passed, has the dust settled on the debate or is the real storm in the future? Over the next few weeks those on... more »»

You call them elitists, we call them neighbors

March 26, 2010 Spring has sprung in Rugby, and, as last week’s letter to the editor (“We need a solid commitment to... more »»

We need a solid commitment to bring Rugby into the 21st Century

March 19, 2010 What is really happening to Rugby and do we need drastic changes to our local governments? As I was reviewing the happenings in our city, it dawned on me that one of the most important... more »»

An overdue recognition

February 12, 2010 There are so many people in our world to be thankful for. Each and every one of us brings something to this world and our communit. more »»

A closer look at the state GOP’s so-called economic successes

February 12, 2010 As an independent and economic conservative, I have read and listened to all the hoopla that John Hoeven has created with his announcement that he will seek the North Dakota Senate sea... more »»

Healthcare plans will only cause more damage

February 12, 2010 I would like to respond to Senator Conrad's op-ed piece on healthcare (Jan. 2 Tribune issue). He is trying to save his seat in the next election. Everything he has said is a lie. more »»

Fighting for family financial security

January 14, 2010 When I was first starting out as a teacher in 1970, my starting salary was $6,000. Today, a starting salary for a teacher is around $28,000. That is an increase of around 475. more »»

 
 

 

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