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County Commissioners approve use permit

February 10, 2017 During its regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Board of County Commissioners held a public hearing on a conditional use permit for an aggregate mining operation. more »»

Wine, beer ordinance changes get first reading

February 10, 2017 The first reading of changes to the City of Rugby's beer and liquor/wine ordinances regarding package stores was approved Monday evening during the City Council's regular meeting. more »»

13th annual North Central Dakota Ag Show a success

February 10, 2017 The 2017 North Central Dakota Ag Show was held Friday, February 3 in Rugby. Usually held the first Friday in February, the day kicked off at 10 a.m. with open displays and registration. more »»

News Briefs

February 3, 2017 Court is now in session Kelli Ann Birdhorse, of Fort Totten, pleaded guilty to ingesting a controlled substance and failure to appear as a witness/produce information—both Class A misdemeanors. more »»

Grochow retires – RHS coach and educator stepping down after 30 years

February 3, 2017 Scott Grochow, Rugby High School math teacher and athletic director will be retiring at the end of this school year after 30 years of teaching at RHS. more »»

City, county at odds on LEC rent

February 3, 2017 The City of Rugby paying Pierce County rent was a topic of contention Monday evening in the first meeting of the joint Law Enforcement Center board since July 2015. more »»

Little Flower School celebrates Catholic Schools Week

February 3, 2017 Catholic Schools Week was this past week at Little Flower Catholic School, a week where faculty, staff and students working in and attending Catholic schools celebrate the opportunity to be a part o... more »»

Donors, visitors buoy annual carnival

February 3, 2017 Little Flower Catholic School kicked off Catholic Schools Week on Sunday, January 29 with its annual carnival. more »»

News Briefs

January 27, 2017 Register for Hunter Safety Hunter Safety courses are starting soon in the Rugby area. Prospective students must register online with the N.D. Game & Fish Department. more »»

Rolette Tesoro offers winter diesel fuel

January 27, 2017 Town and Country Tesoro, located in Rolette, is offering what some are calling the best diesel fuel in the area. Johnson Oil Co. is responsible for this fuel, which is P-40 diesel fuel out of Canada. more »»

Connor Klein gets his wish (part two)

January 27, 2017 Connor Klein, 11, and his family boarded the Disney Dream Ship last week as part of Make-A-Wish granting his wish to go on a Disney Cruise Lines Cruise. more »»

Community Day held at RHS

January 27, 2017 Rugby High School hosted its first Community Leadership Day last Friday, January 20. The day consisted of 12 selected community members leading students in leadership and team-building activities. more »»

Tradition and Pride

January 27, 2017 (This article was originally in the 1-21 edition. It was reuploaded due to an error. The Tribune apologizes.) This past weekend the Rugby Wrestlers and boosters hosted their annual tournament. more »»

Changes made to school makeup days

January 20, 2017 Due to last week’s two-hour late start, Rugby Public School District is now up to six hours (Dec 8, Jan 3 and Jan 12) of time to make up. This time will be made up by having school on Friday, Feb 1. more »»

Court is now in session

January 20, 2017 Matthew Poitra, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia – a Class B misdemeanor. He was ordered to pay $250 in fees, and was placed on 360 days unsupervised probation. more »»

Students from Rolette, Leeds to travel to Costa Rica

January 20, 2017 Nineteen students from Rolette and Leeds high schools will be traveling to Costa Rica in June, 201. more »»

Minot man burglarizes Rugby businesses

January 20, 2017 A Minot man was arrested on felony theft charges last week and is in custody in Pierce Count. more »»

JDA board begins executive director search

January 20, 2017 At a meeting Wednesday morning, the Rugby Job Development Authority Board created a committee to begin the process of searching for a new executive directo. more »»

Prairie Village Museum offering seminar, volunteer opportunity

January 20, 2017 Prairie Village Museum is hosting a museum training seminar throughout the winter. more »»

School Board discusses received grant, returned funds

January 13, 2017 Rugby High School English teacher Ashley Stricker was awarded a $4,500 classroom build grant from the North Dakota Educational Technology Council. more »»



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