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Ramsey bank hosts smart driving course

August 22, 2014 Ramsey National Bank of Rugby is hosting an AARP Smart Driver course on Sept. 10. The course will run from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The course will be held at Dakota Farms Restaurant on U.S. 2 in Rugby. more »»

Stutrud an American Star Farmer

August 22, 2014 FFA is in Josh Stutrud’s blood. His great-grandfather was a state advisor, headed the national talent program and together with his wife penned the state FFA handbook. more »»

District court hears felony case

August 22, 2014 Judge John C. McClintock Jr., heard one felony case Aug. 19 in Northeast District Court in Rugby. more »»

Knight of the blind

August 22, 2014 In 1925, at an international convention, Helen Keller challenged Lions clubs to become “knights of the blind,” and it’s been part of their mission ever since. more »»

Park board pays for path repair

August 22, 2014 At a Tuesday afternoon meeting, the Rugby Park Board voted in favor of a resolution to pay Knife River Construction for walking path repairs through a two-year loan. more »»

FFA teams compete at state land judging

August 22, 2014 Park River — The Rugby FFA Chapter recently traveled to Park River to compete in the North Dakota FFA state land judging competition. more »»

Dakota Keys close out Music in Park season

August 22, 2014 Old-time accordion group Dakota Keys, of the Bismarck-Mandan area, closed out the 19th season of Music in the Park, beating a thunderstorm to the Rugby area Wednesday evening. more »»

Good Sams roll in

August 22, 2014 Along with the camaraderie of gatherings for games, suppers and concerts, the Good Sam RV Club also has a lot to do with traveling. more »»

Anti-abortion truck visits city on N.D. tour

August 15, 2014 As part of a 10-day tour through North Dakota, 38 members of Missionaries to the Preborn — a group from Milwaukee — stopped in Rugby on Monday evening and Tuesday morning. more »»

Lindgren named clinic administrator

August 15, 2014 Jeremiah Lindgren joined Heart of America Johnson Clinic as administrator in August. more »»

Rugby included in world art project

August 15, 2014 Eight area blacksmiths and apprentices worked through a steamy July 28 at Prairie Village Museum to craft an addition to a Swiss art project traveling the world. more »»

HAMC holds strategic planning meeting

August 15, 2014 On Aug. 5, Heart of America Medical Center and all its entities including the clinics, Care Center and Haaland Estates held a strategic planning meeting with the planning firm, Stroudwater. more »»

Pool closing

August 15, 2014 The last day for open swimming at the Rugby Pool is Aug. 19. Open hours are 1-5 p.m., and 7-9 p.m. The pool will be open for lap swimming and exercise Monday through Friday from 6:30-8:30 a.m. more »»

District court hears felony cases

August 15, 2014 The following cases were heard Tuesday in Northeast District Court. more »»

Rose’s Coffee Shop: Flavorful and robust

August 15, 2014 Often the Midwest is not looked upon as being as aggressive, fashionable or as chic as New York City. more »»

Festive variety of music rings

August 15, 2014 On a bright and warm North Dakota’s summer’s day, the twang of the banjo, the dulcet tones of the old piano and the whistles of the Celtic flute reigned king during Prairie Village Museum’s annual... more »»

 
 

 

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