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Bye named Chamber Volunteer of the Month

January 23, 2015 Patricia Bye, of Rugby, was named the Rugby Chamber of Commerce’s Volunteer of the Month for January. more »»

Community Service advisory board holds meeting

January 23, 2015 The advisory board to the Heart of America Community Service Program met Jan. 15 for a semi-annual meeting at the Pierce County Courthouse. more »»

Builder back on track

January 23, 2015 A pair of Amtrak employees eagerly stopped in Rugby on Jan. 15 to share the news of the Empire Builder Route running on schedule for the first time since April of 2014. more »»

Embracing the artistic process

January 23, 2015 Caroline Doucette implored a slightly hesitant Rita Graber to share the latest art she was working on. “Yes!” Doucette said in unison with her mother Ann Marie Richard. more »»

Bedding fair held at hospital

January 16, 2015 Blankets of varying sizes and themes adorned the walls of W.R. Fox Auditorium, on the first floor of the Heart of America Medical Center Tuesday and Wednesday. more »»

Mobile drug testing now available

January 16, 2015 After doing drug testing for the lab at the Heart of America Medical Center, Tracy Skaar, of Rugby, struck out on her own. more »»

Derby a blast for families

January 16, 2015 About 200 adults and 80 children took to Sand Lake for the Eagles 20th Almost Annual Fishing Derby on Jan. 10. more »»

Building committee prioritizes projects

January 15, 2015 The City of Rugby’s Building, Property and Construction Committee met Wednesday to discuss and prioritize storm drain projects. more »»

DeMers receives $2,000 scholarship

January 9, 2015 Karson Arthur DeMers, a 2014 graduate of RHS, recently received a Bismarck College Foundation Scholarship, called the Otter Tail Power Company Scholarship, for $2000.00. more »»

Ready, aim, fire

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New sheriff gives first report

January 9, 2015 Pierce County Sheriff Josh Siegler made his first report as sheriff to the board of commissioners at January’s regular meeting Tuesday. more »»

Man arrested for luring a minor

January 9, 2015 On Wednesday, at approximately 3:45 p.m., the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office began an investigation of a 32-year-old adult male attempting to lure a 17-year-old minor female via an electronic device. more »»

Hired auditor pulls out

January 9, 2015 The Rugby City Council met in regular session for the first time in 2015 on Monday. The meeting was held at 6 p.m. more »»

Jaycees lighting contest winners named

January 9, 2015 Ashley Burkhartsmeier/PCT The overall winners of the Jaycees’ Christmas Lighting Contest. All winners received credit on their electric bills from Otter Tail Power Company. more »»

Fishing derby to hit the ice

January 2, 2015    The Rugby Eagles 20th Almost Annual Fishing Derby is scheduled to hit the ice at Sand Lake on Saturday, Jan. 10. more »»

No protests on land annexation

January 2, 2015 The Rugby City Council met Monday at noon to hold a hearing regarding annexation of land into the city. No written protests were received, nor were any community members in protest present. more »»

2014 in Review

January 2, 2015 As we look forward to what 2015 holds, let’s take a look back at some of 2014’s top stories. more »»

The Hub complex leaves lasting legacy

January 2, 2015 Cold, windy, gray, and bitter was the day when the first bucket clawed its way into the former Hub complex located for 50 years at the intersections of U. S. Highway 2 and 3. more »»

193 dresses

December 26, 2014 Some little girls in Africa will receive a new dress this year, thanks to a group of ladies from the Rugby area. more »»

Camerons, Project Joy named December, November volunteers

December 26, 2014 The Rugby Chamber of Commerce named Jim & Sheryl Cameron, of Rugby, and Project Joy as the December and November Volunteers of the Month, respectively. more »»

Project Joy delivers again

December 26, 2014 Through Project Joy, the Rugby Lions Club once again provided joy to families who were in need this year. Project Joy has been part of the tradition of the Rugby Lions Club for nearly 30 years. more »»



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