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Panther Babe Ruth starts season with a win

June 11, 2020 The Rugby Panther Babe Ruth baseball program opened their season Tuesday with a home field win against Rolette County’s Comets. more »»

Safe summer activities abound for Rugby visitors, residents

June 11, 2020 The cancelation of favorite summer events for Rugby has left residents and visitors searching for fun, safe ways to enjoy all the area has to offer. more »»

Museum open for 2020 season

June 11, 2020 Rugby’s Prairie Village Museum opened for the 2020 season with a few changes in store for visitors. To follow North Dakota Smart Restart guidelines, the museum has reduced its hours to 10 a.m. more »»

Odden takes helm as new Chamber/CVB director

June 11, 2020 Laurie Odden started her first day as executive director of the Rugby Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau last week with plenty of work to do. “I started June first,” Odden sai. more »»

JDA explores transfer of Lyric property

June 11, 2020 The Rugby Job Development Authority board voted Wednesday to consult with local attorney Galen Mack on a proposal to transfer ownership of the Rugby Lyric Theate. more »»

Rugby students, community members protest march against racism

June 11, 2020 A small group of Rugby High School students and alumni turned an idea to speak out against racism into reality last Sunday, when they organized a protest march through town. more »»

Jaycees to hold e-waste collection event

June 5, 2020 The Rugby Jaycees will hold an electronic waste collection event Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the Rugby Dairy Queen parking lo. more »»

News Briefs

June 5, 2020 Rec department to hold sand volleyball program The Rugby Recreation Department this week announced a new summer sand volleyball program for elementary school-age girls. more »»

Courthouse to remain closed in June

June 5, 2020 The Pierce County Courthouse will remain closed for another mont. more »»

Area focus group addresses domestic violence, human trafficking

June 5, 2020 Representatives from Pierce and four neighboring counties shared their perceptions of domestic violence and human trafficking in focus group studies last week sponsored by the Domestic Violence... more »»

Rugby baker gets retail presence

June 5, 2020 Cupcakes, caramel rolls and other treats from a Rugby baker now have a spot in an area retail shop, and customers are coming from miles around to enjoy them. more »»

Resolution to vacate avenue, alley portions passes

June 5, 2020 A resolution vacating a portion of 3rd Avenue Southwest and a portion of an adjacent alleyway passed with one "no vote" during a regular meeting of the Rugby City Council Monday evening. more »»

Mail-in ballots due soon for June 9 election

June 5, 2020 By SUE?SITTER Staff Writer ssitter@ thepiercecounty tribune.com Ahead of June 8 and 9 deadlines for mail-in ballots, Pierce County election officials report things are running smoothly. more »»

Rugby Recreation kicks off summer

June 5, 2020 Local youth began practice for the Rugby Recreation baseball and softball season at baseball diamonds across from Ellery Park and at Johnsen Field this week. more »»

Little leagues to play ball this summer

May 29, 2020 Local youth will hear “play ball” this summer thanks to a modified youth little league and softball program okayed by Rugby’s city recreation committee last wee. more »»

Swimming lessons signup dates, restrictions released

May 29, 2020 The Rugby Swimming Pool will hold swim lesson registrations and offer pool passes to the public June 2 through 4 at the northwest door of the pool building from 6-8:30 p. more »»

HAMC therapists, distance education programs partner to deliver services

May 29, 2020 As students in the Pierce County area adjusted to distance learning and staying home toward the end of the school year, some needed extra help to stay on track with their learning and development. more »»

County COVID-19 positives stay at 3

May 29, 2020 Pierce County’s total for COVID-19 cases remains at three after a report by the North Dakota Department of Health initially placed a positive test result in Pierce County last Thursday. more »»

RHS Class of 2020 celebrates a year of firsts

May 29, 2020 By SUE?SITTER Staff Writer ssitter@thepiercecountytribune. more »»

Listening to, observing Memorial Day

May 29, 2020 COVID-19 changed plans for Memorial Day observances in the U.S., including in Rugby. The Clarence Larson American Legion Post No. more »»

 
 

 

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