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Retired but still going strong

January 21, 2011 Nick Schall was born in 1924 and he's been busy ever since. It has been one self-imposed project after another. When he sees something that needs to get done, he spearheads the effort. more »»

Transplant to Rugby

January 7, 2011 Catherine Jelsing is a transplant to the Rugby area, yet she knew how to bloom where she was planted. more »»

Carrying on a family tradition

December 23, 2010 Traditions abound at Christmastime, and every family has at least one. Maybe it is food…Aunt Olga’s yulekage, or Great-Grandma Lena’s kuchen. more »»

Following Steinbeck to Fargo

December 10, 2010 It's a perfect day at the geographic center of North America. The mid-October sky is just the right shade of blue to make the giant white clouds look their suspended-cotton-ball best. more »»

Jodie Kirchofner moves Stylin' You Salon and Spa to new location

December 3, 2010 Jodie Kirchofner has a passion for what she does. more »»

Rugby: A good fit for a student of life

November 26, 2010 Janet Miller is a student of life or as she calls herself, a professional student. She has many interests, has gone many places and done many things. more »»

Mathematics master

November 19, 2010 When he was in eighth grade, Nathan Axvig was asked to tutor a fellow student in mathematics. more »»

Risk taker Lila Harstad follows her dream

September 24, 2010 Lila Harstad, the owner of KZZJ Radio, is a risk taker. A risk taker, by Harstad's definition, has to be flexible and willing to do what is needed to get the job done. more »»

‘Start small and think big’

September 17, 2010 When Tucker Koenig was born on May 12, three months premature, he weighed just 2 pounds, 8 ounces. more »»

A growing institution

September 10, 2010 With fall arriving in just a few days, the Rugby Farmers Market is winding down for the seaso. more »»

Giving up locks for Aspen

September 3, 2010 Rugby's Randi Heisler has stood by and watched her 19-month-old son Aspen go through several rounds of chemotherapy and undergo two surgeries to remove tumors on his spine — a result of his stage... more »»

Samboree wranglers

August 27, 2010 "Stop!" reads the large red and white sign at the entrance to the Pierce County Fairgrounds. "Please wait here for the Wagonmaster. more »»

Flying under the radar

August 13, 2010 After spending the last five years serving in the U.S. Army in Germany, Capt. Mike Humble has returned to the U.S. more »»

A century of faith at Little Flower

August 13, 2010 The beginnings of Catholicism in the Rugby area included small enclaves of homesteaders of diverse culture and backgrounds as well as a growing number of Germans from Russia. more »»

Not flashy, but functional

July 30, 2010 Among the displays of beautiful china and elegant glassware at the recent Lions Club Tables Envisioned, one table stood ou. more »»

Queens of the court

July 23, 2010 When the Rugby women's sand volleyball league began play 20 years ago, Mary Ann Jaeger had no idea how long it would last, or how successful it would become. more »»

Hands-on learning

July 16, 2010 ­ Sandals, bathing suits, and beaches are a few things that come to mind in the summer for a teen, not school. more »»

Bidding on a side career

July 1, 2010 Some high school seniors-to-be spend their summer vacation going to the lake, attending sports camps or working a part-time job. more »»

Spotlight’s on Schaan behind the scenes

June 18, 2010 When the lights dim and the music starts, all eyes turn to the stage at Rugby's Tilman Hovland Auditorium. more »»

Fulsebakke new to the Village Arts’ stage

June 11, 2010 A new and beautiful voice has been transplanted to the city of Rugby. more »»

 
 

 

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