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Fireworks ordinance gets first reading

April 7, 2017 Ordinance no. 405 – which would change Chapter 9.36 of Rugby's Municipal Code regarding fireworks – got its first reading by the Rugby City Council Monday evenin. more »»

Wentz hired as public health nurse

April 7, 2017 The Lake Region District Health Unit announced the hiring of a new Pierce County Public Health Nurse, Samantha Wentz.    Wentz received her BS in Nursing  from the University of Mary. more »»

R-COOL camp to be in Rugby

March 31, 2017 Local students will take part in an innovative health career awareness camp Thursday, April 6. more »»

Hunter Safety Program comes to a close

March 31, 2017 The Hunter Safety Program held its final award ceremony Tuesday evening at Memorial Hall. more »»

Three nominated to museum board

March 31, 2017 Julie Sjol, guidance counselor at Rugby High School; Michelle Lake, recently retired from Merchants Bank; and Rugby Postmaster Terry Osse have been nominated to serve on the Geographical... more »»

GOP governor drops in on Dems

March 31, 2017   Carolyn Nelson kept an eye on the frosted window in a door of the Fort Lincoln Room at lunchtime one day last week.           "I'm watching the shadows," she said. more »»

Denning hired as new police officer

March 31, 2017             A fifth officer is on the Rugby police force.             Officer Dayton Denning started Feb. 20. Prior to Rugby, Denning worked for over a year in the Bismarck-Mandan area. more »»

Highway public input meeting

March 31, 2017 A Public Input Meeting will be held from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, 2017, at the Rugby Eagles Club located at 2809 Highway 2 West in Rugby. The meeting will utilize an open house format. more »»

Pierce County Endowment Fund awards grants

March 24, 2017 The Pierce County Endowment Fund has announced its 2016-17 grant awards. more »»

Area roads face load restrictions

March 24, 2017 Drivers on certain roads in the area will face road restrictions. According to a press release from the N.D. more »»

Commission amends conditional use ordinance

March 24, 2017 At a special session Tuesday morning, the Board of County Commissioners voted to change an ordinance regarding conditional use permits. more »»

Senior Center provides nutritious, delicious meals

March 24, 2017 The Senior Center is in need of more seniors to participate in its daily meals, both in-house and Meals-on-Wheels. more »»

Kleven joins Joy Dental Design team

March 24, 2017 Dr. Sara Kleven joined the Joy Dental Design team in July 2016, after moving to Bottineau with her husband. more »»

Rugby Public School Board discusses NCACTC membership and storm makeup days

March 17, 2017 The Rugby Public School District #5 School Board met Tuesday to discuss membership in the North Central Area Career and Technology Center (NCACTC. more »»

County Commissioners discuss Public Health Nurse hire, Victim Witness Advocate

March 17, 2017 The Board of County Commissioners met with Allan McKay, Lake Region District health director and Annette Groves, director of nursing to discuss the retirement of Public Health Nurse Deb Schiff. more »»

City approves pro-Court resolution

March 17, 2017 The city of Rugby wants the Northeast Judicial District chambers in Rugby to be filled and maintained. more »»

Lions Club honors long-time members

March 10, 2017 The Rugby Lions Club recently honored some of its members for longevity of membership and service. more »»

Roaring Affair brings Irish cuisine to Rugby

March 10, 2017 The Rugby Northern Lights Lions Club will be hosting its “Roaring Affair” Irish tasting on Friday, March 17 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Rugby Senior Center. more »»

Winter storm wreaks havoc

March 10, 2017 Winter weather conditions weren't done with the Pierce County area earlier this week. On Monday, fog gave way to mid-morning and afternoon thunderstorms with freezing rain. more »»

Sara Bourne selected for three academic achievement awards

March 3, 2017 Sara Bourne, daughter of Catherine Minick, has been selected for candidacy for three prestigious academic awards because of her outstanding achievements and progress during her academic career. more »»

 
 

 

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