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Social distancing leaves streets quieter

March 27, 2020 The bells at St. Therese the Little Flower Catholic Church in Rugby rang Sunday morning as usual to call parishioners to Mass, but no cars rumbled into the gravel parking lot. more »»

Relay for Life postponed, no date set

March 27, 2020 The Pierce County Relay for Life is among events postponed in response to regulations addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in North Dakot. more »»

News Briefs

March 27, 2020 Council approves items in special meeting Several agenda items received approval in a special meeting of the Rugby City Council Monday evening. more »»

Fair fundraiser sees hot ticket bidding

March 27, 2020 Although attendance estimates were slightly "softer" this year than in previous years, bidding on several different items proved just as intense at the Pierce County Fair fundraiser held Saturday,... more »»

Businesses adapt to COVID-19 restrictions

March 27, 2020 "Business as usual" will have a different look in downtown Rugby for weeks ahead thanks to guidelines issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Controls and the North Dakota Department of Healt. more »»

Rugby resident receives Cancer Action Network honor

March 27, 2020 The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network North Dakota named Rugby resident George Gray the Member of the Month for February in recognition of volunteer work described as "a perfect fit" fo... more »»

Difficult times spark unique show of support

March 27, 2020 Out of necessity came a community-wide expression of support for a grieving Rugby family when friends in vehicles lined the route from the home of Stacy Jaeger to the Anderson Funeral Home on Monda... more »»

District Court

March 20, 2020 - Seth Christian Jaeger, of Esmond, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of person under 21 prohibited from using alcoholic beverages or entering licensed premises. more »»

Niewoehner keeps tradition of community pride

March 20, 2020 On the walls in the offices of Niewoehner Funeral Home in Rugby hang a wide assortment of appealing photos, art pieces and artifacts, each with a unique story attached. more »»

Rugby fourth-graders get special assignment

March 20, 2020 Fourth graders from Ely and Little Flower Elementary Schools enjoyed slices of pizza at Memorial Hall in Rugby last Thursday courtesy of the Pierce County Farm Bureau. more »»

Library display to mark Vietnam Veterans Day

March 20, 2020 Clarence Larson American Legion Post 23 Commander John Gustafson has been busy lately with a very important mission: honoring those who served in an almost-forgotten, unpopular war. more »»

Pierce County declares health emergency

March 20, 2020 In response to coronavirus, Pierce County commissioners passed a health emergency declaration during a special meeting Wednesday at the Pierce County Courthous. more »»

Area feels impact of coronavirus policies

March 20, 2020 Although no coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in Pierce County, local residents are feeling the effects of changes to their daily lives caused by government mandates and economic conditions... more »»

School board approves 2020-21 calendar

March 13, 2020 Next year, classes for Rugby public school students will start Aug. 20, 2020 and the last day will be May 26, 20. more »»

JDA plans more downtown building tours

March 13, 2020 Plans for another Tour of Possibilities and Main Street grant applications topped the agenda for the regular March meeting of the Rugby Job Development Authority Wednesday. more »»

Resources available for preparing for coronavirus

March 13, 2020 Although the coronavirus has dominated national news and pushed the stock market down lately, many rural North Dakota residents feel insulated from the disease that so far only affects the lives of... more »»

Miss North Dakota visits RHS

March 13, 2020 Rugby High School hosted a special presentation Tuesday morning by Miss North Dakota Haley Wolfe, who spoke about a topic she said was deeply personal to her: suicide prevention. more »»

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: 3-7 Library News (complete)

March 6, 2020 The Heart of America Library has so many books – it makes it difficult for me to choose what I will read. more »»

March City Council meeting sparsely attended

March 6, 2020 A smaller than normal number of citizens and city officials attended the regular meeting of the Rugby City Council for March, held Monday evening at City Hal. more »»

JDA accepts economic planning service bids

March 6, 2020 The Rugby Job Development Authority took a step toward applying for a Partners in Planning grant from the North Dakota Department of Commerce in a special meeting held Wednesday at noon. more »»

 
 

 

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