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Sheriff reminds citizens of safe driving, burglary prevention

April 18, 2014 Pierce County Sheriff Matt Lunde is urging area residents to be aware of trailers carrying anhydrous ammonia as spring farm work gets underway. more »»

More snow in Pierce County

April 18, 2014 The National Weather Service in Bismarck forecasts a mostly sunny day today, with temperatures in the 50s. more »»

County reps seeking even split on community service program funding

April 18, 2014 Representatives from Pierce, McHenry and Bottineau counties met as part of the Community Service Advisory Board on April 9 at the Pierce County Courthous. more »»

School board approves four hires

April 18, 2014 Rugby Public Schools approved the hiring of four new teachers at the board meeting on April 8. Melissa Goddard will join the junior high science department for the 2014-2015 school year. more »»

Farmers busy with calving season

April 18, 2014 The Blessums saw their first calf of 2014 when a heifer gave birth on March 10. The family has about 60 now, but expect a total of a few hundred by the time calving season ends in early June. more »»

Lyric board named Volunteer of Month

April 18, 2014 Singling out one person wouldn’t do justice for April’s Volunteer of the Month as chosen by the Rugby Area Chamber of Commerce. more »»

Hunter Ed students recognized

April 18, 2014 The 2014 Hunter Ed Class ended on March 25. The course included nine women, 19 girls and 14 boys. more »»

Hartley’s School Buses carrying riders since 1969

April 18, 2014 The award plaques and framed photographs on the walls number well over 100, all testimony to the remarkable success of doing business in a hometown and to an icon of schools everywhere — the yellow... more »»

How’s this for service?

April 18, 2014 The dedication of Fred Duane Baillie and Ray Norsby is laudable to say the least. more »»

HAMC one year into new MRI machine

April 10, 2014 A little more than a year ago, Heart of America Medical Center installed it’s first permanent MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine after years of working with a mobile uni. more »»

Rail shipment delays affect elevators

April 10, 2014 The grain industry is facing a major problem: a huge backlog of grain that it hasn’t been able to ship by train. Due to weather delays, crop harvests overlapped late last year. more »»

Siegler first to stump in sheriff’s race

April 10, 2014 Josh Siegler, one of two challengers in this year’s Pierce County Sheriff’s race, was the first candidate to hold an event in election season. more »»

Council meeting packed for armory discussion

April 10, 2014 Nearly 40 people filled every chair at City Hall on Monday with the majority in attendance at the city council’s regular monthly meeting to discuss and learn more about the future of the Rugby... more »»

JDA discusses costs of infrastructure on new lots

April 10, 2014 The Rugby Job Development Authority held a regular meeting on Wednesday. more »»

City and ASWUD close to agreement

April 10, 2014 The Rugby City Council announced that it is close to agreements with the state and All Seasons Water Users District on water rights. The topic was discussed at Monday’s council meetin. more »»

More snow, odd weather ends March

April 4, 2014 Old Man Winter wasn’t done with the upper Midwest, especially North Dakota, as several towns received varied amounts of snow and weird weather Monday. more »»

News briefs 4-5-14

April 4, 2014 New receptionist at Dakota Eye Institute BISMARCK — Dakota Eye Institute recently hired Sheri Geiszler to join its eye care team as a receptionist in Rugby. more »»

Envision nets records

April 4, 2014 At a joint meeting with the Rugby Farmers Union Elevator at Rugby High School March 27, Envision reported record sales and net proceeds to its stockholders. more »»

Armory debate to draw crowd at city council Monday

April 4, 2014 For between 25 and 30 years, Gary Kirchofner held his winter Rugby Homes and RV Show at the Rugby Armory. It’s been two years since his last indoor show because a new floor was installed in 2012. more »»

Joe Volk to challenge Migler in District 5

April 4, 2014 At least one Pierce County commissioner will be challenged in June’s elections. Joe Volk, 59, of Reno Valley Township, is running against incumbent David Migler. more »»



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