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April 26, 2019 Burn ban in effect A fire emergency declaration and burn ban for Pierce County was issued Tuesday. The burn ban comes into effect when the N.D. more »»

2018 Census estimates released

April 26, 2019 Census estimates for North Dakota counties in 2018 were released last week. more »»

Oksendahl, Heidlebaugh win art show awards

April 26, 2019 Two Rugby High School art students won awards this month in a juried student art show held at Minot’s Taube Museum, and their work will become part of a touring art show. more »»

Trapshooting sees increase in teams, numbers

April 26, 2019 Students from Rugby and Towner-Granville-Upham High Schools have begun season practices for the increasingly popular North Dakota State High School Clay Target League. more »»

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Amended SB 2037 passes Wednesday

April 19, 2019 A bill relating to the disposal and storage of high-level nuclear waste passed in the North Dakota House of Representatives Wednesday. more »»

Brossart awarded Shively scholarship

April 19, 2019 Jazlyn Brossart, Willow City, N.D., is the 2019 recipient of the Carol Shively Memorial Scholarship. The $500 scholarship is administered by the Good Samaritan Health Services Foundatio. more »»

Hippology season ends

April 19, 2019 The 2019 Hippology season is finished and the Pierce County 4-H Hippology Team did exceptionally well. more »»

Maddock airport wins award

April 19, 2019 An airport in tiny Maddock with plenty of fans among aviation enthusiasts recently gave the town another reason to be proud. more »»

Fair fundraiser draws crowd

April 19, 2019 Figures for attendance and monies raised for last week’s Pierce County Fair fundraising dinner and auction were comparable to last year’s event. more »»

RHS seniors present Capstone projects

April 19, 2019 Rugby High School seniors presented the results of months of research and writing last Thursday night for their Capstone presentation, held at the school. more »»

Wolford, Rugby FBLA chapters send students to national conference

April 12, 2019 Two Wolford High School students will represent their town and state at the Future Business Leaders of America 2019 National Leadership Conference in San Antonio, Texas this summer. more »»

School district meets with city P&Z

April 12, 2019 The Rugby Public School District made its case for closing a street and rerouting an alley to the city’s Planning & Zoning Commission Monday evening at Rugby’s City Hall. more »»

City approves 2019 tax rolls

April 12, 2019 The Rugby City Council met Tuesday at 7p.m. to approve the city’s 2019 tax rolls as the acting city board of tax equalization. more »»

Creations Auction surpasses goal

April 12, 2019 An annual tradition continued last Friday evening at the Rugby Eagles building when the Good Samaritan Health Services Foundation held their Hospice Creations Auction and dinner. more »»

Shoppers invited to 'Ladies' Night Out'

April 5, 2019 Rugby businesses are inviting shoppers to enjoy a spring stroll, snacks and special sales next Thursday evening when they host “Ladies’ Night Out. more »»

Magnolia Wellness adds new services

April 5, 2019 Rugby’s Magnolia Wellness and Detox Spa has added new services to its line of alternative health products and treatments. more »»

Grain smell poses concern

April 5, 2019 Smell and spores from molding grain were a concern to three Tunbridge residents who came to a meeting of the Pierce County Board of County Commissioners Tuesday morning at the Pierce County... more »»

Fireworks, animal ordinances pass second reading

April 5, 2019 Rugby residents can now keep up to four chickens in their backyards, and they can also light off fireworks from 9 p.m. to midnight on New Year’s Ev. more »»

3rd graders tour city facilities

April 5, 2019 City of Rugby employees gave local third graders an educational opportunity Wednesday when they led the students on a tour of the city’s shop and water treatment facility. more »»

Proponents: HB 1448 failure leaves consumers unprotected

March 29, 2019 Rep. Randy Schobinger, R-Minot, was up against a “Do Not Pass” recommendation from committee, but he was determined to save his bill on the House floor. more »»

 
 

 

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