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Fire chief: Early year fires highlight need for safety measures

January 17, 2020 The new year brought tragedy to two central North Dakota families last week as house fires left adults and children homeless in Rugby and caused injuries and death in McClusky. more »»

Fire chief: Early year fires highlight need for safety measures

January 17, 2020 The new year brought tragedy to two central North Dakota families last week as house fires left adults and children homeless in Rugby and caused injuries and death in McClusky. more »»

City P&Z schedules Ely redesign hearing

January 17, 2020 The City of Rugby Planning and Zoning Commission voted Monday evening to set a date for a proposal by the Rugby Public School District to eliminate part of Third Street Southwest for a site redesig... more »»

Rugby artist's work to appear in Boston show

January 17, 2020 The work of Rugby artist Caroline Doucette will appear with paintings from signature members of the New England Watercolor Society in a month-long show in Boston, Mass., Feb. 4 through March 1. more »»

Council passes ‘no confidence’ vote in Rugby mayor

January 13, 2020 * This article was originally added to the "Tabulated Data" section of the P.I.L.O.T. program story. It has since been separated due to technical difficulties. more »»

Rugby FFA students help assemble 200K meals at winter conference

January 10, 2020 Rugby High School's Future Farmers of America chapter participated in the North Dakota state FFA Winter Leadership Conference last weekend with more on their schedule than the usual competitions. more »»

Ely Lego League shapes cities, solves problems with science

January 10, 2020 Just after the end of the school day Wednesday at Ely Elementary School, the fourth- and fifth-graders on Ashleigh Blikre's First Lego League team donned team T-shirts, picked up notebook computers... more »»

P.I.L.O.T. proposal draws questions, concerns

January 10, 2020 A payment in-lieu of tax proposal for an incoming business drew questions and criticism from a pair of Rugby businessmen during a hearing on the matter Monday evening at Rugby City Hall. more »»

House fire a ‘total loss’ for family

January 10, 2020 A Rugby family was left homeless after a fire swept through their home on Second Street Northwest late Monday evening. more »»

Council passes ‘no confidence’ vote in Rugby mayor

January 10, 2020 A handful of Rugby City Council members cast a vote of "no confidence" in Rugby Mayor Sue Steinke Monday evening during the council's regular meeting. more »»

Citizen lawsuit aims to stop development efforts

January 3, 2020 Two Rugby residents have filed suit against Rugby Mayor Susan Steinke, two other city officials and Pierce County landowners over concerns relating to development adjacent to their property in... more »»

Mayor: Tax receipts, law changes highlight need for ordinance updates

January 3, 2020 A dip in lodging tax revenues for 2019 has sparked interest in budget matters and efforts to promote tourism in line with changes in the state tax code. more »»

Dockter receives honors

December 27, 2019 In 25 years, Envision Cooperative CEO Steve Dockter has noticed a lot of changes with the co-op. But in some ways it is still the same. more »»

RHS alumna’s influence touches Hollywood

December 27, 2019 A popular bumper sticker carries the message, “If you can read this, thank a teacher.” Many people do. more »»

Rugby sales tax revenues dip slightly for 2019

December 27, 2019 The City of Rugby and the Rugby Job Development Authority released a report last week detailing a slight dip in sales tax receipts over 2019. more »»

District Court

December 20, 2019 - Lynelle Lynn Charbonneau, of Belcourt, pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia. more »»

Liquor, beer ordinances pass second reading

December 20, 2019 In a special reading Monday afternoon at Rugby's City Hall, the Rugby City Council passed the second readings of Ordinances 418 and 419 - which amend Rugby's Municipal Code regarding beer and liquo... more »»

Dash for Cash drawing coming soon

December 20, 2019 Bright green Dash for Cash tickets from the Rugby Chamber of Commerce are back in local businesses this month and a lucky few may be worth a prize in Rugby bucks in January. more »»

Wolford School building, land sold

December 20, 2019 The Wolford School Board voted Monday to accept a bid submitted by Landon Halvorson, of Wolford, for the former Wolford School building and lan. more »»

Project Joy continues community Christmas tradition

December 20, 2019 A decades-long Christmas tradition continued for the Rugby Lions this week as Lions Club members distributed bags of presents for Project Joy to community residents in need. more »»

 
 

 

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