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House candidate Tuttle visits Rugby

October 12, 2018 The Independent candidate gunning for the sole seat representing North Dakota in the U.S. House of Representatives stopped in Rugby Tuesday. more »»

School district considers options for Ely

October 12, 2018 After a meeting last Thursday evening to discuss concerns relating to potential Ely Elementary campus expansion with the school’s neighbors, Rugby Public Schools Superintendent Dr. more »»

'Superheroes' brave elements for a good cause

October 12, 2018 Even superheroes needed a little extra help from warm coats and gloves with their capes Wednesday evening as they ran, walked or biked in First Lutheran Church’s Super Hero Run and Walk. more »»

Court Is Now in Session

October 5, 2018 — Jennifer Ann Berg, of Rolette, pleaded guilty to driving/operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor or drugs—a Class B misdemeanor. more »»

Denbigh Day celebrates unique site

October 5, 2018 Golden fall foliage provided a colorful backdrop last Friday evening for the second annual Denbigh Day, collaboration between the North Dakota and United States Forest Service at Denbigh... more »»

Boschee shares vision in Rugby

October 5, 2018 North Dakota State Representative and Secretary of State candidate Joshua Boschee (D-District 44) met with Rugby residents at Lee’s Bar last week to listen to local concerns and remind people of... more »»

County Commission rescinds burn ban

October 5, 2018 Pierce County had been under a burn ban since late April. That ban had been amended in early May. more »»

Rugby water, infrastructure rates to change in 2019

October 5, 2018 Rugby's surcharge rates for infrastructure repair and maintenance and for each thousand gallons of water will increase in 2019. Other enterprise funds will remain the same. more »»

JDA invites residents to ‘Tour the Possibilities’

October 5, 2018 Rugby’s Job Development Authority is inviting area residents on a stroll through a part of town with lots of potential this Thursday evening, from 5-8 p.m. more »»

Lien's Jewelry pays tribute to its past, host communities

October 5, 2018 By Sue Sitter Tribune Reporter Fred and Sheri Lien, Minot, stopped by Rugby’s City Hall Monday afternoon with a special thank you – times 115 – to the community their business called home for over... more »»

City passes 2019 budget

September 28, 2018 During a public hearing last Thursday evening at Rugby City Hall, members of the Rugby City Council who were present voted to approve the 2019 budget. more »»

News Briefs

September 28, 2018 Journey to meet in October The Journey, a cancer survivor support group, will meet Oct. 17 in the Fox Auditorium at the Heart of America Medical Center. more »»

Counties want voices heard

September 28, 2018 Having stopped exploration for a nuclear waste landfill two years ago, Pierce County is on the forefront in pushing for state legislation ensuring local governments have a say in proposed high-leve... more »»

Remarque to Rugby

September 28, 2018 When George Frein will take the stage at the Tilman Hovland Auditorium at Rugby High School today, it won't be as himself. At least, not right away. more »»

Students jump into Eco Ed Day

September 28, 2018 A Rugby Public School bus rumbled down a gravel road to Balta Dam Wednesday morning, carrying 38 seventh graders eager to catch snails and minnows, squish soil between their fingers, and examine... more »»

Court Is Now in Session

September 21, 2018 - Houston Charles Morin, of Belcourt, pleaded guilty to A misdemeanor charges of failure to appear as a witness/produce information and carrying a concealed firearm/weapon and a B misdemeanor charg... more »»

News Briefs

September 21, 2018 Grant appication period open The Rugby Community Endowment Fund is accepting grant applications now until 12 p.m., October 8, according to Advisory Committee member Galen Mack. more »»

County board approves 2019 budget

September 21, 2018 After a hearing held during a special meeting Tuesday morning, the Pierce County Board of County Commissioners approved the preliminary budget for 2019. more »»

AARP reaches out to community

September 21, 2018 Representatives from North Dakota’s AARP invited members to join them at Rugby’s Coffee Cottage Wednesday morning for “Coffee and Conversation,” a chance to listen and share local concerns. more »»

County’s smallest incorporated town changes, but evolves

September 21, 2018 Small towns dot the maps of most rural counties in North Dakota, and Pierce County has its share. more »»



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