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Sales taxes show upswing in October

November 1, 2019 City of Rugby sales tax collections showed an upswing in October. The city collected $75,826.21 in October 2019. Last month, the city collected $57,071. more »»

Public Works committee approves bid

November 1, 2019 In a special meeting last Thursday, the City of Rugby Public Works Committee approved a bid for sewer line work on 4th Street near Calvary Evangelical Free Church. more »»

FFA hat, blanket fundraiser nets money for ND charity

November 1, 2019 Some Rugby High School students received passes to break two school rules for a day last Friday, thanks to a fundraiser by their school FFA chapter. more »»

Black named SSA deputy commissioner

November 1, 2019 A 1987 Rugby High School graduate was sworn in last week as deputy commissioner of the Social Security Administration. more »»

Little named exec VP at Merchants Bank

October 25, 2019 Merchants Bank is pleased to announce Robert Little has been hired as Executive Vice President of the Rugby Office. Little has worked in the banking and financial services industry for 38 yea. more »»

District Court

October 25, 2019 - Michael Jacob Scovronski, of Winneconne, Wis., pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass. He was ordered to pay $350 in fees. more »»

RHS FBLA sees ‘A World of Opportunity’ at fall leadership conference

October 25, 2019 This year marks the 78th Anniversary for National FBLA, the 53rd Anniversary for North Dakota FBLA and the 13th Anniversary for Rugby High School FBLA. more »»

P&Z Committee denies Laughridge plat proposal

October 25, 2019 The City of Rugby Planning and Zoning Committee denied a request to plat approximately 20 acres of land near the Chalmers Addition in a special meeting Wednesday afternoo. more »»

New building, opportunities available at Village Arts

October 25, 2019 Rugby's Village Arts will begin November with a new building, new classes, music and opportunities for community involvement. more »»

Chamber, CVB look to future

October 25, 2019 The Rugby Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors’ Bureau has launched a search for a new executive director after the resignation of Darylanna Durkee. more »»

New business, Shed Center, open in Rugby

October 25, 2019 Open since early August, a new business in Rugby that custom builds sheds and other buildings has encountered deman. more »»

News Briefs

October 18, 2019 Wolford School Board meets The Wolford Public School board met Tuesday evening to discuss future building maintenance plan. more »»

District Court

October 18, 2019 - Andrew Hamilton, of Dickinson, pleaded guilty to infraction-level charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana. more »»

CYO members to race for shoe donations

October 18, 2019 If last week's weather inspired area residents to reorganize their closets for winter, the Catholic Youth Organization at S. more »»

Area support group raises cancer awareness

October 18, 2019 The Journey cancer support group marked National Breast Cancer Awareness Month at their regular meeting Wednesday in the Heart of America Medical Clinic Fox Auditorium with pink tablecloths,... more »»

HAMC Auxiliary volunteers roll out lefse for Nov. 7 bazaar

October 18, 2019 The kitchen at Rugby’s Heart of America Medical Center was busier than usual this week as HAMC Auxiliary volunteers brought in 150 pounds of potatoes to peel, rice, mix and roll into 720 lefse. more »»

'Unusual' winter storm hits Pierce County

October 18, 2019 An early winter storm dropped 18 to 24 inches of snow in the Rugby area, with some areas to the south and east receiving 24 to 30 inches or more, and blizzard conditions last week. more »»

News Briefs

October 11, 2019 Sheriff’s office, Rugby Police warn of Social Security scam calls Dispatch for both Rugby Police Department and the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office are reporting an “alarming” number of complaints... more »»

CVB defunding stirs city council meeting

October 11, 2019 In a regular meeting Monday evening, the Rugby City Council approved the first reading of two ordinances, and started the process for another ordinance. more »»

Withdrawal from special ed unit tabled

October 11, 2019 During a regular meeting Tuesday morning at Rugby High School, the Rugby Public School District No. more »»

 
 

 

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