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January 26, 2018 The Journey restarting in February After a break in both December and January, The Journey support group will meet Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Very little flu activity reported in county

January 26, 2018 The North Dakota version of the flu is nasty this year, and during the week of Jan 7-13, flu activity sharply increased in the U.S. more »»

Hazard mitigation projects discussed, scored

January 26, 2018 The last meeting at the local level for making updates to Pierce County's multi-hazard mitigation plan was held last week at the Fire Hall in Rugby. more »»

One of a kind

January 26, 2018 Pierce County resident Cleo Yoder has been producing dry wall 'art' for almost 20 years. more »»

News Briefs

January 19, 2018 Hunter Safety classes start Feb. 6 Hunter Safety classes for interested area students will take place in the basement of the Memorial Hall in Rugby. more »»

Blikre named region principal of the year

January 19, 2018 It is my pleasure to announce that Jared Blikre our high school principal has been named Region two principal of the year. more »»

College student news

January 19, 2018 Area students make NDSCS president's honor list The North Dakota State College of Science has named 423 students to its fall semester 2017 President’s Honor List. more »»

Proposed tax fix would address co-op advantage

January 19, 2018 WASHINGTON - Sen. more »»

HAMC combatting financial challenges

January 19, 2018 The Heart of America Medical Center is taking steps to combat financial challenges. more »»

Merkley awarded Army Commendation Medal

January 19, 2018 CAMP GRAFTON TRAINING CENTER, N.D. - Spc. David N. Merkley, of Rugby, North Dakota, received the Army Commendation Medal Dec. more »»

Visitor restrictions in place at HAMC, Haaland Estates

January 16, 2018 Heart of America Medical Center has placed Visitor Restrictions Due to influenza. more »»

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January 16, 2018 Red Kettle campaign still accepting donations Unfortunately, giving to the annual Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign did not meet the goal it set of $3,000 for this year's campaign. more »»

Court is now in session

January 16, 2018 - Katherine Louise Baldwin, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to driving/operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs—a Class B misdemeanor. more »»

ND National Guard honors city

January 16, 2018 The N.D. National Guard gave honors to the city of Rugby last week. more »»

Ancestry help available at library

January 16, 2018 The Heart of America Library in Rugby is bringing you free information about your heritage. On Jan. 11, the library held its first informal training session that was free to the publi. more »»

School board learns youth risk behavior survey results

January 16, 2018 In a regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education learned the results of a youth risk behavior survey. more »»

HAMC experiences position cuts

January 16, 2018 Seven positions were cut recently at the Heart of America Medical Center. HAMC CEO Patrick Branco said that the cuts come in the wake of financial operations challenges the hospital is facing. more »»

Still time to check cattle rations, test feeds

January 5, 2018 Grazed forage may not be adequate to meet beef cattle's nutritional needs this time of year, North Dakota State University Extension Service livestock experts warn. more »»

Weather lowers JDA meeting attendance

January 5, 2018 The Rugby Job Development Authority board held a regular meeting on December 28, at the Rugby JDA Office, but weather appeared to have kept participation low. more »»



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