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2017 BUDGET: School district proposes tax levy

September 16, 2016 The Rugby Public School District is proposing a 5.66 percent increase in property tax levies. The total mill levy for the 2016-17 budget would be 120. more »»

2017 BUDGET: City tax levy to increase

September 16, 2016 City of Rugby property tax levies are expected to increase by 8.81 percent for next year. For the proposed 2017 budget the city is projected to levy 104.59 mills, valued at $7,607.73 per mil. more »»

Geographical Center day a huge success

September 16, 2016 Geographical Center Day was last Saturday, September 10. The day began with the 5th annual Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride at 11 am, followed by the Kiddie Bike Parade. more »»

Court is now in session

September 9, 2016 Sandon Stanley Erickson, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle, a class A misdemeanor; leaving the scene of an accident involving death/personal injury, a class A misdemeanor;... more »»

HAMC holds annual jewelry sale

September 9, 2016 The Heart of America Medical Center Auxiliary held their annual $5 Jewelry Sale this past Wednesday and Thursday. more »»

County board rejects District Health budget

September 9, 2016 At its regular meeting Tuesday morning, Pierce County's Board of County Commissioners, acting as members of the Lake Region District Health Unit board, voted to reject the proposed health unit... more »»

Council discusses full health insurance

September 9, 2016 Health insurance coverage rates for city employees are going up in the future. Starting July 1 of next year, rates are expected to increase by 17.4 percent. more »»

Former resident dies of West Nile

September 9, 2016 A former Rugby resident died in late August of complications of West Nile virus. Arnold Thomas Esterby, 76, died Sunday, Aug. 28, at Sanford Health in Farg. more »»

Concert season to kick off Sept. 27

September 2, 2016 The 41st Heart of America Concert Series kicks off this month, starting on Tuesday, September 27. more »»

Rugby Park Board

September 2, 2016 Recreational parks play a huge part in a community, especially in one like Rugby where community events are commonly held during the warmer months. more »»

In Remembrance of Daryl Kuhnhenn

September 2, 2016 The 5th annual Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride will take place next Saturday, September 10. Registration for the ride will be held from 9-11 at the Rugby Eagles. more »»

Strand photos available in September

September 2, 2016 Original Curtis Strand photos will be available for purchase in the Heart of America Library basement Monday through Wednesday during the month of September. more »»

Little Flower, RHS show enrollment increases

September 2, 2016 Two schools in Pierce County showed bumps in this year's enrollment. Little Flower Catholic School's enrollment is at 52 students. more »»

A fascinating life

September 2, 2016 Monsignor Joseph Senger is 86, but he is far from idle. more »»

North Dakota legislative candidates tour lignite energy facilities

August 26, 2016 District 14 Senate candidate Glen Baltrusch, R-Harvey, and District 14 House candidates Dennis Fred, R-Rugby, and Albert Krueger, R-Harvey, got a firsthand look at the lignite industry during the... more »»

Fresh for all at Farmers Markets

August 26, 2016 Farmers Markets have long been a part of rural communities as a way to allow farmers to interact with the surrounding community, as well as help these rural areas to grow. more »»

Miller travels to Panama and Colombia

August 26, 2016 Janet Miller has always loved to travel. She has visited several Spanish-speaking countries multiple times, which led to the decision of applying for permanent residency in Panama. more »»

Burns back at it

August 19, 2016 "Our goal was to create something simple, yet competitive and colorful," Area resident and 2015 Rugby High School graduate Jonathon Burns said of one of his recent ventures. more »»

Court is now in session

August 19, 2016 Daniel Joseph Avila, of Minot, pleaded guilty to false reporting to law enforcement/security officials, a class A misdemeanor; and driving while license privilege is suspended, a class B misdemeanor. more »»

 
 

 

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