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‘Paving the way’

October 26, 2018 Zoey Boucher likes camping, tenting and the outdoors. Her enjoyment of all three was a factor in her wanting to join Cub Scouts. more »»

News Briefs

October 19, 2018 Merchants Bank celebrates two promotions The Board of Directors of Merchants Bank congratulates the following two Bank officers on their recent promotions. more »»

NWTRB meeting to be livestreamed

October 19, 2018 In 2016 Pierce County played a prominent role in the federal search for nuclear waste disposal sites. more »»

CYO prepares for an 'Amazing Race'

October 19, 2018 Although the Saturday before Halloween may be a busy time for parties, Catholic Youth Organization members have plans that night to run through Rugby neighborhoods and ring doorbells for a good cause. more »»

Tour accentuates potential in Rugby

October 19, 2018 A small crowd of business owners, potential business owners and curious community members toured downtown Rugby last Thursday evening, walking through commercial spaces for sale or rent, and puttin... more »»

Armstrong tackles issues in Rugby

October 19, 2018 Rugby area residents sat down for coffee and an informal question and answer session at Rockin’ Relics with US House of Representatives candidate Kelly Armstrong last Thursday afternoon. more »»

RHS alumna Crain receives Sioux Award

October 19, 2018 A Rugby High School alumna was among the list of recipients for one of the University of North Dakota's highest honors. more »»

9-man football roundup

October 12, 2018 The playoff picture is in for 9-man football. — With the top seed, the St. John Woodchucks get a first round bye next week and will await the winner of a game between Region 6 no. more »»

Prairie Village Museum seeks historical documents

October 12, 2018 The Prairie Village Museum was announced as a 2018 Common Heritage Grant Recipient earlier in 2018. more »»

Court Is Now in Session

October 12, 2018 - Dorinda J. Hall, of Fargo, pleaded guilty to C felony possession of drug paraphernali. more »»

School board approves food service policy reading

October 12, 2018 In a regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education approved the first reading of a policy pertaining to food service. more »»

House candidate Tuttle visits Rugby

October 12, 2018 The Independent candidate gunning for the sole seat representing North Dakota in the U.S. House of Representatives stopped in Rugby Tuesday. more »»

School district considers options for Ely

October 12, 2018 After a meeting last Thursday evening to discuss concerns relating to potential Ely Elementary campus expansion with the school’s neighbors, Rugby Public Schools Superintendent Dr. more »»

'Superheroes' brave elements for a good cause

October 12, 2018 Even superheroes needed a little extra help from warm coats and gloves with their capes Wednesday evening as they ran, walked or biked in First Lutheran Church’s Super Hero Run and Walk. more »»

Court Is Now in Session

October 5, 2018 — Jennifer Ann Berg, of Rolette, pleaded guilty to driving/operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs—a Class B misdemeanor. more »»

Denbigh Day celebrates unique site

October 5, 2018 Golden fall foliage provided a colorful backdrop last Friday evening for the second annual Denbigh Day, collaboration between the North Dakota and United States Forest Service at Denbigh... more »»

Boschee shares vision in Rugby

October 5, 2018 North Dakota State Representative and Secretary of State candidate Joshua Boschee (D-District 44) met with Rugby residents at Lee’s Bar last week to listen to local concerns and remind people of... more »»

County Commission rescinds burn ban

October 5, 2018 Pierce County had been under a burn ban since late April. That ban had been amended in early May. more »»

Rugby water, infrastructure rates to change in 2019

October 5, 2018 Rugby's surcharge rates for infrastructure repair and maintenance and for each thousand gallons of water will increase in 2019. Other enterprise funds will remain the same. more »»

JDA invites residents to ‘Tour the Possibilities’

October 5, 2018 Rugby’s Job Development Authority is inviting area residents on a stroll through a part of town with lots of potential this Thursday evening, from 5-8 p.m. more »»



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