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Jelsing named Fair Person of the Year

November 28, 2014 Don Jelsing, vice president with the Pierce County Fair, received the North Dakota Association of Fairs Fair/Event Person of the Year for 2014 at the Dakota Fairs and Celebrations Convention in... more »»

New sense of mobility

November 28, 2014 For most of his life, Matthew Bohl has been wheelchair-bound. The 24-year-old Rugby resident was born with spina bifida, a birth defect of the spine that has paralyzed him from the waist down. more »»

New friends, musicians finding groove

November 28, 2014 A love of music has brought two young local men together, and this Christmas season the duo will share their talents with others in the area. more »»

American Tapestry to perform in Rugby

November 21, 2014 The Heart of America Concert Series is back in town Sunday evening (Nov. 23). American Tapestry, a trio of female musicians, will take the stage at Tilman Hovland Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Felony cases heard

November 21, 2014 Judge John C. McClintock Jr., heard five felony cases in Northeast District Court in Rugby in recent weeks. Donald . more »»

Historic complex demolished

November 21, 2014 The Hub complex is no more. Early this week, Rugby residents noticed construction crews razing the establishment. more »»

Work on Mexican restaurant continues

November 21, 2014 Renovations and staffing challenges have delayed the opening of a new Mexican restaurant in Rugby. Rancho Grande was slated to open in October. more »»

Change nigh for Rugby depot

November 21, 2014 Changes in staffing hours will be coming soon to the Rugby Amtrak depot. According to Rugby depot agent Duane Veach, the depot will be staffed Sunday through Friday mornings from 5:30 a.m. more »»

Olivia’s offering

November 21, 2014 Olivia Belisle is not wasting any time sharing the holiday spirit. The Rugby 5-year-old is a natural when it comes to giving. more »»

Celebrating the flag through art

November 14, 2014 Through the years, Caroline Doucette, of Rugby, has honed her ability to replicate the texture of rolling fabric as it cascades naturall. more »»

Supporting, valuing our veterans

November 14, 2014 Themes of support, reverence and appreciation rang through Memorial Hall in Rugby on Tuesday, as about 150 people attended the Veterans Day Program hosted by American Legion Clarence Larson Post 2. more »»

Odden receives KC's scholarship

November 7, 2014 Randy Malo, grand knight of the Rugby Knights of Columbus, Council 4136, presented Keylee Odden with a $250 scholarship to use toward her college expenses. more »»

Rugby man arrested following crash

November 7, 2014 A Rugby man was arrested in the early morning hours of Nov. 1, following a one-vehicle accident in the city, according to press release from Rugby Polic. more »»

Board discusses salary study

November 7, 2014 The Pierce County Board of Commissioners met in regular session Thursday. The board was joined by a pair of consultants for Dakota Dynamics, which will conduct the county’s salary study. more »»

Mitzels attend USS N.D commissioning

November 7, 2014 As the ship’s sponsor, Katie Fowler, sounded this command to the crew, “Man our ship and bring her to life” and the crew ran from behind the crowd, across the plank, and lined up on the USS North... more »»

Bids approved for water plant, infrastructure

November 7, 2014 The Rugby City Council met in regular session Monday. more »»

Brossart upsets incumbent; Migler, Larson retain seats

November 7, 2014 Pierce County has a new commissioner as voters in District 1 helped challenger Mike Brossart beat incumbent Joe Bohl by a slim margin. Brossart received 154 votes to Bohl’s 142 (51.85 percent to 47. more »»

Siegler voted new sheriff

November 7, 2014 There’s a new sheriff in town. Challenger Josh Siegler defeated Pierce County Sheriff Matthew Lunde in the general election Tuesday with 61 percent of the vote, or 1,168 votes to Lunde’s 72. more »»

Volunteer honor to Vonnie

October 31, 2014 The Rugby Area Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Month for October is Vonnie Degenstein. With her resume, you might as well consider her for a volunteer hall of fame. more »»

Northeast District Court hears felony cases

October 31, 2014 Felony cases were heard in Northeast District Court in Rugby on Tuesday with Judge John C. McClintock Jr., presiding. more »»

Employee evaluation discussed

October 31, 2014 Employee evaluations dominated discussion at two committee meetings of the Rugby City Council on Tuesday. The Public Works Committee met first, chaired by Ward 4 Council Member Terry Wentz. more »»



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