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School district holds long-term planning meeting

June 1, 2018 Rugby High School hosted a long-range planning meeting for the district at the high school on May 22. more »»

Memorial Day in Rugby

June 1, 2018 The dead and the living were honored Monday at a Memorial Day program at the Memorial Hall in Rugby. more »»

News Briefs

May 25, 2018 Blessum, Foster win Eagles scholarships The Rugby Eagles Club announces the winners of $500 scholarships. — Jacquelyn Blessum, daughter of Allen & Karleen Blessum. more »»

Hippology teams take second at Horse Bowl

May 25, 2018 The Pierce County 4H Hippology Team recently competed at Crookston, MN and Fargo, ND at the ND State 4H Horse Bowl Competition. In the Hippology division there were two teams. more »»

FBLA holds fundraiser for Baltimore Nationals trip

May 25, 2018 Members of the FBLA team from Rugby are heading to Baltimore, Md., to compete in the National Academic Competition. more »»

Learning about Arbor Day

May 25, 2018 The fourth graders at Ely Elementary School met in the park Tuesday, May 22 to celebrate Arbor Day and learn about the value of having trees in our community, with Bismarck Community Forest... more »»

Anderson named Relay honorary survivor

May 25, 2018 On the morning of April 10, 2017, Hallie Anderson found a lump. After feeling around, Anderson found another lump that was the size of her pinky tip. more »»

‘Lest We Forget’

May 25, 2018 A new WWI exhibit opened at The Prairie Village Museum in Rugby this weekend. The grand opening hosted a unique collection of World War I items called “Lest We Forget, 100 Years of WWI. more »»

HAMC cancer care suite has first graduate

May 18, 2018 It’s been seven months since the ribbon cutting ceremony at the HAMC Cancer Care Suite and on May 8th the first graduate completed treatmen. more »»

News Briefs

May 18, 2018 Memorial Day Meal A Memorial Day community meal will be served at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Knox. The meal will follow 10:30 a.m. Mass and cemetery honors on Monday, May 2. more »»

Museum opens season with kick-off party

May 18, 2018 The Prairie Village Museum has opened for the 2018 season. The Museum will celebrate the opening of the 2018 season with a Kick-Off event from 11:00 a.m.-5:00p.m. on Sunday, May 20th, 2018. more »»

Library receives grant for ND room

May 18, 2018 At a May 14 meeting of the Heart of America Library Board, Library Director Vicki Hoffert announced she had applied for, and received a grant from the ND Game and Fish for $1953. more »»

Stamp Out Hunger Drive held in Rugby

May 18, 2018 An enormous quantity of food was collected at the 26th annual food drive sponsored by the “Stamp Out Hunger Drive” May 12 by the USPS local offic. more »»

HAMC announces fiscal corner turn

May 18, 2018 The Heart of America Medical Center announced last week that after fiscal challenges it has "turned the corner. more »»

70-year Legion member

May 18, 2018 This month, Bob Pollman, 93, was awarded the 70-year certificate of membership in the American Legion by Commander William Fecho in Rugby. more »»

Relay to hold survivor dinner May 29

May 11, 2018 Pierce County Relay for Life is accepting RSVPs from area cancer survivors for its Survivor Dinner. The event, which celebrates cancer survivors, will be held Monday, May 29 at 6 p.m. more »»

Niewoehner re-appointed to state funeral board

May 11, 2018 North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum has announced the re-appointment of Dale G. Niewoehner, Rugby, to another term on the North Dakota State Board of Funeral Service. more »»

Germans from Russia continue fundraising project

May 11, 2018 The Heart of America Germans from Russia organization is continuing the fundraising project that will result in a new building on the grounds of the Prairie Village Museum. more »»

Interest growing in adding softball

May 11, 2018 "There's definitely an interest." Rugby High School Language Arts Instructor Shannon Miller said that Tuesday in a meeting with the Rugby Public School District No. more »»

Animal ordinance change gets first reading

May 11, 2018 During a regular meeting Monday evening, the Rugby City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance that would remove one kind of animal from the list of animals prohibited within city limits. more »»

 
 

 

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