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209 pops up

October 28, 2016 209, formerly Backstage, will be having it’s grand opening on Thursday, November 3. more »»

District Bus Driver, Heintz, after the fall

October 28, 2016 Gary Heintz had been a bus driver in Rugby for 33 years when a fall on a Saturday afternoon changed his life. On May 5, 2012, Heintz was recovering from not feeling well the previous day. more »»

HAMC nets $1.47M operating loss

October 28, 2016 Large expenses have triggered another year of losses in operating income for the Heart of America Medical Center. more »»

KZZJ wins state advertising award

October 21, 2016 RUGBY, N.D. more »»

Hovland named October Volunteer of the Month

October 21, 2016 Tilman Hovland has been named October’s Volunteer of the Month. Hovland has been a part of the community since 1962, when he was the Instrumental Music Director for grades 5-12 in the schools. more »»

County discusses employee health insurance options

October 21, 2016 The County Commission is looking for ways to save on health insurance costs. more »»

JDA discusses student loan payment plan

October 21, 2016 The Rugby Job Development Authority Board is still looking into the specifics of a student loan repayment program for entry level professionals. more »»

McHenry County vehicle crash kills woman

October 21, 2016 A 73-year old Drake woman was killed in a two-vehicle collision near Drake Monday. more »»

Candidate open house sees low traffic, but positive outcomes

October 21, 2016 Last Saturday’s candidate open house produced by the North Dakota Community Alliance saw little community participation. more »»

Lone area Cub Scout sells popcorn this weekend

October 21, 2016 Residents of Rugby and Rolette may have opened their doors the past few weekends to find 9-year-old Cub Scout Calvin Boucher selling popcorn, pretzels and coffee. more »»

Rugby fire department visits schools for Fire Prevention Week

October 14, 2016 Fire Prevention Week kicked off Tuesday, October 11, with the Rugby Fire Department visiting Ely Elementary and Little Flower School. more »»

October's The Journey group meets Oct. 19

October 14, 2016 The next Journey support group will meet on Wednesday, October 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the W.R. Fox Auditorium at the Heart of America Medical Center. more »»

Court is now in session

October 14, 2016 Nicholas Martin Anderson, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana – both class B misdemeanors. more »»

Dr. Seiler, HAMC family physician, retires

October 14, 2016 Heart of America Medical Center’s Dr. Hubert Seiler will be retiring at the end of this month. His last day seeing patients will be this upcoming Wednesday, October 1. more »»

Rosie Armstrong named winner of Tables Envisioned

October 14, 2016 Rosie Armstrong was named the winner of the People’s Choice for the Tables Envisioned contest. Tables Envisioned was held October 1-3 at Heart of America Library. more »»

Bethany Lutheran receives new pastor

October 14, 2016 Pastor Barb Haugerud’s first Sunday as the new pastor at Bethany Lutheran Church was on September 11. Haugerud grew up in Lakewood, Colorado and attended Seminary in Minnesota. more »»

Who bought the geographical center trademark

October 14, 2016 Earlier this month, Rugby and Pierce County residents learned a bar in Kidder County bought the trademark to the Geographical Center of North America. more »»

Little Library opens at Little Flower

October 7, 2016 Little Flower Catholic School unveiled its new “Little Library” Eager Readers Exchange program on Friday, September 30. more »»

Former Rugby man receives national Amtrak recognition

October 7, 2016 Shawn Klimpel was born and raised in Rugby and lived here until 1985 when his parents Dennis and Karen Klimpel moved to Ray, North Dakota, who now live in Mino. more »»

J. Paris Mosley Scholarship Foundation Fund Available for North Dakota Students

October 7, 2016 Dr. C. Jean Mosley Hall, associate professor in the Department of American Sign Language/Deaf Interpretive Services at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) in Ohio, is taking applicants for the J. more »»

 
 

 

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