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Winter weather hits area: Low pressure systems bring snow, cold

January 4, 2019 Prior to the arrival of 2019, area residents were greeted by the arrival of something else: winte. more »»

Winter weather hits area: How City of Rugby workers clear snow

January 4, 2019 Although Central North Dakota enjoyed a relatively mild start to winter, the City of Rugby Department of Public Works was ready to go when two recent storms piled snowdrifts onto local road. more »»

Circle Sanitation starting Rugby garbage services

December 28, 2018 Starting on January 1st, 2019 Circle Sanitation will assume the duties of collecting the trash in the Rugby area, replacing Rugby Sanitation. more »»

Entertaining for 18 years

December 28, 2018 While many North Dakotans say they have a second job, not many can say their second job attracts a crowd or doubles as fun hobby. more »»

'Wild Minds' ready for new ideas

December 28, 2018 New signage on a familiar local business has drawn lots of attention in downtown Rugby lately. more »»

Ely fifth graders collect items for food pantry

December 21, 2018 Ely Elementary School’s fifth graders teamed up with their schoolmates for their “Kids With Character” project in November and collected more than 1,200 food items for the Pierce County Food Pantry. more »»

Pierce County Food Pantry delivers over 200 boxes

December 21, 2018 Approximately 30 volunteers met at the Pierce County Food Pantry in the Rugby Armory last Saturday morning to put together boxes of turkeys, stuffing and Christmas treats for delivery to local home. more »»

Lions wrap up Project Joy

December 21, 2018 Rugby Lions Project Joy wrapped up another year of the distribution of Christmas Gifts to family’s in need in Pierce County at Dakota Farms Banquet Facility on Tuesday. more »»

News Briefs

December 21, 2018 Council purchases new street sweeper In a special meeting Wednesday afternoon, the Rugby City Council approved the purchase of a new street sweeper for the city. more »»

Highway, sewer proposal gets public hearing

December 21, 2018 Area residents had a chance last Thursday to learn about proposed improvements to N.D. Highway 3 and Rugby's storm sewer system last week. more »»

County to sponsor housing project

December 21, 2018 During a special meeting Tuesday morning Pierce County commissioners voted to approve sponsorship of a low-income housing renovation project. more »»

Close to Home

December 21, 2018 Financial gifts from several area businesses and organizations have given the Heart of America Medical Center a holiday boost toward its planned purchase of new 3D mammography equipment. more »»

District Court

December 14, 2018 - Dennis Marshall Martin, of Devils Lake, pleaded guilty to A misdemeanor tampering with physical evidence and B misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance—marijuana. more »»

Credit Union hosts open house for holidays

December 14, 2018 Rugby’s North Star Community Credit Union hosted a Christmas open house and vendor show last Thursday evening to help local entrepreneurs connect with their community and provide a unique place to... more »»

1% Grant recipients announced

December 14, 2018 Rugby Convention & Visitors Bureau 1% Grants have been awarded for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Twenty grant applications (totaling $19,017. more »»

Sheriff’s Office warns residents of grant scam

December 14, 2018 The Pierce County Sheriff’s Office was made aware of a scam involving social media. more »»

Social service boards meet in Bottineau

December 14, 2018 Social service board members, administrators, and commissioners from Pierce, Bottineau and McHenry Counties met in Bottineau Monday morning to discuss a plan to combine their three social service... more »»

Resuscitating response services

December 14, 2018 Eight new emergency medical responders received certification in Esmond last week to breathe new life into their community’s fading emergency service program. more »»

District Court

December 7, 2018 - Samuel Richard Griffin, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor hunting with an artificial light. He was ordered to complete 20 hours of community service and pay $275 in fees. more »»

News Briefs

December 7, 2018 Public invited to attend Little Flower Christmas program The Little Flower Catholic School children and staff invite everyone to attend their Christmas program on Sunday at 2 p.m. more »»



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