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Felony cases heard in recent weeks

September 19, 2014 Judge John C. McClintock Jr. heard felony cases in Northeast District Court on Sept. 9 and Sept. 16. On Tuesday, Pamela C. more »»

 
 
 
Jelsing wins national award for museum site

September 19, 2014 Prairie Village Museum executive director Cathy Jelsing received first place in the National Federation of Press Women Communications contest for editing or managing a nonprofit, government or... more »»

Panthers of royal court

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Museum draws 4,000

September 19, 2014 The most enterprising summer in recent years at Prairie Village Museum closed Monday. The museum hosted nine events, including the Village Fair, which was held for two days for the first time. more »»

Rail safety, crude oil being discussed

September 19, 2014 Rugby residents are accustomed to lengthy trains coming through the area daily. On average, eight Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight trains come through the area in a 24-hour period. more »»

State investigating harrassment charge against city

September 19, 2014 The North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights is investigating a charge of discrimination filed by former public works employee Joel Engeland against the City of Rugby, according to a filin... more »»

Accident claims life of C&H co-founder

September 19, 2014 Joe Hoffert, a co-founder of C&H Repair in Rugby, died Sept. 13 from injuries sustained during a fall while cutting trees in his yard in the 400 block of Dewey Street SE. Hoffert was 57. more »»

Open-air learning

September 19, 2014 BALTA — Education had a fresher energy Tuesday at Balta Recreational Dam. more »»

EMS’ Cote completes paramedic certification

September 12, 2014 Jenny Cote, member of the Rugby EMS completed her Paramedic Certification in August. more »»

EMS receives grant

September 12, 2014 The Heart of America Medical Center was awarded a grant in the amount of $57,925.56 by the North Dakota Department of Emergency Services. more »»

Buchta turns 100

September 12, 2014 Victor Buchta turned 100 years old Sunday. Buchta was born Sept. 7, 1914, on the family farm in Benson County, south of Leeds, to Andrew and Mary Buchta. more »»

JDA discusses retention

September 12, 2014 The Rugby Job Development Authority met in regular session Wednesday. The board discussed marketing efforts for the Chalmers Addition housing project. more »»

100 dresses going to Africa

September 12, 2014 Vernice Brossart, a first and second grade teacher at Little Flower School in Rugby, is all about giving back. more »»

Mattern to serve three years in state prison

September 12, 2014 Joni Theresa Mattern, 33, of Rugby, will serve three years in prison after pleading guilty Sept. more »»

Prairie Talks opens Bakken discussion

September 12, 2014 The filmmaker of a soon-to-be-released documentary on the Bakken oil boom shared his work and thoughts on the topic at Prairie Talks on Sept. 7. more »»

Rockin’ and ridin’ Rugby

September 12, 2014 Hundreds of area residents and visitors converged on Main Avenue in Rugby for Geographical Center Day and the third annual Daryl Kuhnhenn Memorial Ride on Sept. 6. more »»

Big bank buys Hub; no word on plans

September 12, 2014 Though the future usage of the former Hub complex in Rugby remains unknown, new ownership is no longer a mystery. more »»

Bienvenidos, Rancho Grande

September 12, 2014 Inside the former Cornerstone Cafe, four Rugby newcomers bustled around Tuesday with cleaning supplies and loads of kitchen equipment. more »»

 
 

 

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