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Home of Economy returning to Rugby

September 20, 2019 In 1964, Bob & Jean Kiesau, founders of Home of Economy, purchased the TBA group of stores which included a location in Rugby, North Dakota. more »»

Brooklyn’s Room

September 20, 2019 Medical appointments can be scary experiences for young patients, and for children with sensory and developmental issues, walking through a roomful of noise, light and unfamiliar people can lead to... more »»

Rugby Manufacturing undergoes expansion

September 20, 2019 Rugby Manufacturing is in the midst of an expansion to its existing space. Work began in July on a 45,000-square foot expansion. more »»

School district budget gets hearing

September 13, 2019 The Rugby Public School District’s preliminary budget for Fiscal Year 2020 was subject to a hearing Tuesday morning during a regular meeting of district’s Board of Education at the Rugby High School... more »»

City approves 2020 budget

September 13, 2019 The City of Rugby’s 2020 budget was approved Tuesday evening during a special meeting of the Rugby City Council. The city will levy 111.43 mills or $858,560 on all taxable properties. more »»

Balta man killed in crash

September 13, 2019 A Balta man died at the scene of a two-vehicle accident 2.5 miles west of Esmond last week. According to a release from the N.D. Highway Patrol, Emil Vetsch, 68, was southbound on 37th Ave N.. more »»

This ‘N’ That

September 13, 2019 A business offering items ranging from practical, gently used clothing to “oddball” collectibles is slated to open its doors October 2 at 140 S. Main Avenue in Rugby. more »»

Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride raises over $16K

September 13, 2019 Rain and cooler temperatures did little to dampen the generosity or enthusiasm of more than 100 participants in the Seventh Annual Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride last Saturday. more »»

News Briefs

September 6, 2019 Comprehensive planning meeting held Wednesday The first of another round of meetings to update Pierce County’s Comprehensive Plan was held Wednesday evening at Rugby’s Fire Hall. more »»

District Court

September 6, 2019 - Jason Crawford Beaver, of Rolette, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor reckless driving charge. more »»

Civil asset forfeiture fund, procedures established

September 6, 2019 Procedures and a fund for civil asset forfeitures are in place in Pierce County. more »»

Housing rehab improves quality of life for Pierce County residents

September 6, 2019 A program launched three years ago by Souris Basin Planning Council has been providing Pierce County homeowners and renters with opportunities to improve their quality of lif. more »»

'Christ's hands on Earth'

August 30, 2019 Members of the Catholic Youth Organization at St. Therese Little Flower Parish in Rugby traveled to the Fargo-Moorhead area earlier this month for an opportunity to act as “Christ’s hands on Eart. more »»

District Court

August 30, 2019 - Johnathan E. Mueller, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of license to hunt, trap or fish required of residents. more »»

Second Farm-to-Table dinner a success

August 30, 2019 “I think it went really well. more »»

JDA discusses marketing, cooperation

August 30, 2019 The Rugby Job Development Authority board reviewed a recent job fair, discussed local employment trends and heard from a member of Harvey’s JDA board at their regular meeting last Thursday. more »»

Jeneral Store coming in October

August 30, 2019 Shoppers longing for bargains since the closure of Rugby’s only second-hand store this summer won’t have to wait much longer for a chance to treasure hunt again. more »»

CHANGE OF THE GUARD: City gives Officer Vavrovsky sendoff party

August 30, 2019 City of Rugby employees said their goodbyes to a familiar face in the local law enforcement community with cake and blue lemonade last Thursday at City Hall. more »»

CHANGE OF THE GUARD: New Rugby police officer continues family tradition

August 30, 2019 Rugby Police Department’s newest officer, Duane Gunville, joined the force just days after graduating from Lake Region State College, but he brings with him a long family tradition of service in law... more »»

Old Zion Lutheran building, church items to be auctioned

August 23, 2019 The McHenry County Historical Society is planning an auction sale Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 11:00 in Towner at the corner of 1st Ave. and 4th St SW (old Zion Church). more »»



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