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HACTC sees loss in February

April 6, 2018 Expenses exceeded revenues at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center in February. more »»

781 hours

April 6, 2018 From January 1 to late March, offenders have completed 781 hours of community service at various sites in Pierce County, including within the city of Rugby. more »»

City Government Week: Educating children on community services

April 6, 2018 The week of April 2, the Ely Elementary 3rd graders and the Little Flower Catholic School students were treated with a tour of the Rugby Water Treatment Facility at 4th Ave NW in Rugby. more »»

Miron receives Shively scholarship

March 30, 2018 Haylee Miron, Rugby High School senior is the recipient of the 2018 Carol Shively Memorial Scholarship. Miron will be attending the University of North Dakota in the fall of 2018. more »»

Influenza update

March 30, 2018 more »»

Derik Nelson & Family coming to concert series

March 30, 2018 Raised in the Pacific Northwest, Derik Nelson & Family’s signature sound features velvety three-part vocal harmonies only a family can delive. more »»

Hunter Safety winners

March 30, 2018 Hunter Safety courses in Rugby concluded Tuesday evening with testing and a prize drawing in the Memorial Hall basement. The Barton Sportsman’s Club gave away two. more »»

Relay craft show sees good turnout

March 30, 2018 The Relay for Life Team Hope sponsored a craft show on March 24 at the Rugby Armory Hall. The turnout was good despite the winter weather that continues lingering in North Dakot. more »»

JDA Director search yields 8 candidates

March 30, 2018 On Tuesday, March 27 the Rugby Job Development Authority met and held its regular monthly meeting. Tanner Johnson led the meeting and opened with a director's report. more »»

Rugby Housing: A multi-part study (part four)

March 30, 2018 Note: The following Part 4, is a continuation of the review of the Comprehensive Housing Survey started in the Tribune in March. more »»

Erickson a Court of Appeals justice

March 30, 2018 Although he was born in Thief River Falls, Minn., Ralph Erickson considers himself a Rugby native. more »»

Diabetes a growing concern for North Dakotans

March 23, 2018 Did you know that by the time many people are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, their bodies have lost about half the ability to make enough insulin to fit the needs of their body? Diabetes is a... more »»

Court is now in session

March 23, 2018 - Michael Dwight Gotcher, of Dunseith, pleaded guilty to driving while license privilege is suspended – a Class B misdemeanor. He was ordered to pay $500 in fees. more »»

Rugby Housing: A multi-part study (part three))

March 23, 2018 NOTE: The following is a continuation of the review of the Comprehensive Housing Survey started in March. more »»

Towner man killed in vehicle accident

March 23, 2018 A 77-year-old Towner man died following a vehicle-pedestrian accident Monday evening on Main Street in Towner. Thomas Miller, of Towner, was walking in the southbound lane and heading nort. more »»

Wolford man facing felony charges

March 23, 2018 A 40-year-old Wolford man has confessed to sexually abusing a teenage girl he was previously arrested for molesting last summer according to the Pierce County Sheriff's Office. more »»

Protecting children

March 23, 2018 “Times have changed,” said Sheriff Josh Siegler. more »»

Rugby Housing: A multi-part study (part two)

March 16, 2018 NOTE: The following is a continuation of the Comprehensive Housing Survey started last week in the Pierce County Tribune. more »»

Dollars for Scholars news

March 16, 2018 Julie Sjol and Paola Trottier of the Rugby Dollars for Scholars attended the tenth annual North Dakota Dollars for Scholars Conference held in Fargo on Saturday, January 20, 2018. more »»

March is book month

March 16, 2018 Every March, Imagination Library has their celebration month in Rugb. more »»

 
 

 

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