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LEC board discusses revenue shortfalls

February 1, 2019 Revenue shortfalls for county 911 service and new board officers were topics for discussion when Pierce County’s Law Enforcement Committee and City of Rugby staff held their semi-annual joint meetin... more »»

‘Sophisticated, yet lively’

February 1, 2019 Ivana Petrovic's interest in violin began when she was three years old. For her, it began after hearing a recording of British electric violinist Vanessa Ma. more »»

Polar vortex brings cold temps to area

February 1, 2019 Although North Dakotans pride themselves on their hardiness in brutal cold, the Arctic Circle can throw a challenge their way from time to time. more »»

District Court

January 25, 2019 - Terry Lee LaVallie, of Minot, pleaded guilty an A misdemeanor charge of possession of five or fewer Schedule II/III/IV/V or Controlled Substance Act pills. more »»

Women Behind the Plow exhibit closes

January 25, 2019 WBTP ended its 3-month run at the Prairie Village Museum on Friday, January 25th. more »»

Local student to perform during MSO concert

January 25, 2019 The Minot Symphony Orchestra presents an evening of entertainment for the whole family at the upcoming concert, “Decomposing Composers”, celebrating composers both dead and alive. more »»

Commissioners meet with townships

January 25, 2019 Representatives from 14 Pierce County townships met with county commissioners at Memorial Hall last Friday to discuss maintenance issues and legislation with the potential to affect their... more »»

Area hippology team members bring home awards

January 25, 2019 Four area teens brought top honors home to North Dakota when they won the 2019 4H Hippology Competition at the Western National Roundup in Denver, Colorado, held January 10-13. more »»

Senate nuclear waste bill draws county attention

January 25, 2019 An issue many Pierce County residents thought was settled in 2016 is making its way back through North Dakota’s state legislature, and a small group of citizens wants people to know about it. more »»

CITY OF RUGBY: Circle Sanitation to remove cardboard dumpster

January 25, 2019 A cardboard collection container placed for public use by Circle Sanitation near Rugby’s Family Dollar Store was taken back to the company’s main facility this week. more »»

News Briefs

January 18, 2019 Applicants sought for Shively nursing scholarship Rugby-area students preparing to pursue nursing careers are eligible to apply for the Carol Shively Memorial Scholarship. more »»

District Court

January 18, 2019 - Edward Lee Poitra, of Minot, pleaded guilty to C felony attempted possession of marijuana with intent to manufacture or deliver. more »»

Squirts take third at Capitals Cup

January 18, 2019 The Rugby Ice Hawks Squirts hockey team took third place out of 16 teams at the Capitals Cup in Bismarck earlier this month. On Jan. 4 the Ice Hawks defeated Cando 11-. more »»

Wolford garbage rates increase

January 18, 2019 This month, Wolford residents found they will pay $10 more per household for every three month period of garbage collection. more »»

Busy at sunset

January 18, 2019 Sunset means quitting time for many businesses along US Highway 2 in Rugby during winter months, but at Rugby Livestock Auction, the lights stay on, cattle are tended and workers stay busy. more »»

District Court

January 11, 2019 - Nicholas Martin Anderson, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor charges of driving under revocation/suspension and driving under the influence of intoxicating liquors. more »»

School board approves first reading of foster care policies

January 11, 2019 During a regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education approved the first reading of policies pertaining to students who are in foster car. more »»

Finances top county commissioners’ agenda

January 11, 2019 Budget and financial matters topped the list of topics discussed by Pierce County commissioners at their regular meeting Thursday, January 3. more »»

City year-end financials net approval

January 11, 2019 In a regular meeting Monday night, the Rugby City Council approved 2018 year-end financials. All city funds received over $6 million in revenue and committed nearly $5. more »»

Armory a winter exercise refuge

January 11, 2019 Many locals enjoy a brisk walk down Rugby’s streets for exercise, but thick ice and chilly winds like Monday’s 61 mile per hour gusts can test even the hardiest folk. more »»



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