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Letting nothing stand in her way

May 28, 2010 Morgan Leapaldt walked across the stage at Leeds High School recently and a familiar face handed her a diplom. more »»

A musical journey for Rugby's Halvorson

May 21, 2010 Chris Halvorson has spent 35 years planting the seed of music in the minds and hearts of elementary students, including the last 24 in Rugby. more »»

Faithful teachings

May 17, 2010 Sister Genevieve Merrick of Rugby's Little Flower Parish still receives an occasional letter or phone call from a former student. more »»

Marketing solutions

May 7, 2010 Tammy (Voeller) Blumhagen took business classes in high school at Wolford, and attended the University of North Dakota for a year, but she believes her experiences in sales were the real-life... more »»

Ely students help observe Arbor Day

April 23, 2010 Trees provide shelter, beauty and even a home for the birds. more »»

Making a difference

April 2, 2010 In June 2009 Kathy Blessum and several friends in the community organized a bone marrow donor drive in Rugby for Jeanne Berg, hoping to screen a large number of people to be put on the list as... more »»

Embracing their roots

March 12, 2010 A group of amateur sleuths has been meeting at Rugby’s Heart of America Library for the past couple of months trying to track down and document persons of interest. more »»

A popular treat

February 26, 2010 A Scandinavian pastry traditionally made only for winter holidays is putting a local restaurant on the radar of lovers of sweets all over the country. more »»

Meet Joe Black

February 12, 2010 At an age when most farmers have long since parked their tractors, Joe Black shows no signs of slowing down. more »»

Unearthing quite a career

January 7, 2010 On her eighteenth birthday, August 29, 2005, Stephanie Steinke left Rugby, headed for college at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. more »»

Come to the manger

December 24, 2009 Many people bring their nativity sets out of storage just in time for Christmas and look back with fond memorie. more »»

A red, white and blue tree

December 18, 2009 When Rugby's Pat Steig puts up her patriotic themed Christmas tree every year she can't help but hope it's the last year. more »»

The ice maker

December 4, 2009 Standing alone in the middle of a dark, cold hockey arena at three o'clock in the morning may seem a bit odd, but it's been a second home of sorts for Gary Lee. more »»

Home away from home

November 30, 2009 For many families with sick children, a Ronald McDonald House is a home away from home. That’s certainly what it was for local residents, Amy and Jon Casavant. more »»

Rugby’s Skjelver pens book

November 6, 2009 Danielle Mead Skjelver of Rugby will be signing copies of her book “Massacre: Daughter of War” on Saturday, November 14, at Barnes and Noble in Dakota Square Mall in Minot. more »»

Willow City’s St. Paul Lutheran to hold final worship service

October 23, 2009 On Sunday, Nov. 1, St. Paul Lutheran Church in Willow City will hold its final services. A potluck dinner will follow the 11 a.m. worship service. The choir from S. more »»

Quilting for a cure

October 9, 2009 It’s been 10 years since Bernie Howard heard the dreaded words, “You have breast cancer.” But her illness and recovery are never far from her mind. more »»

A growing enterprise

October 2, 2009 When Brian Braaten was growing up on a farm near Wolford his parents repeatedly told him he could do anything he wanted to do if he applied himself. more »»

Returning to Iraq

September 11, 2009 Captain Andrew Nathan is back at his post in Iraq following a two-week break at home in North Dakota in August. more »»

One final service

August 28, 2009 The Pleasant Valley Church of the Brethren, rural York, will hold a closing service this Sunday, Aug. 30. more »»

 
 

 

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