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— Mark Joseph Hetle, Carrington, pleaded guilty to two A misdemeanor charges of failing to appear as a witness or to produce information. Judge Michael Hurly ordered Hetle to pay $325 in fees for the first charge, and $25 for the second charge. — Andrew Dwight Johnson, Rugby, pleaded ...

Council hears of water main repair success

The Rugby City Council heard a report on the success of an emergency water main repair project at its regular meeting Oct. 5 at City Hall. Jim Olson of engineering firm AE2S distributed maps and photos of the area where the pipe was repaired. “The contractor did a good job,” Olson told ...

‘Don’t Quit the Quit’ program helps area moms in recovery

Pregnant and new moms working to stay healthy as they recover from opioid use disorder now have help from a local program through Heart of America Medical Center and the University of North Dakota. The program, called “Don’t Quit the Quit” includes emotional support, medication and ...

Pierce County Sheriff’s Office busy in September

Deputies with the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office stayed busy during September, according to a report released by Sheriff Josh Siegler Oct. 2. Siegler’s office responded to 59 total calls in Pierce County. The calls included three for medical aid, one fire call and five assistance calls ...

Correction

In the Oct. 3 edition of The Pierce County Tribune, a story headlined “Zachmeier lawsuit against Rugby First, City dismissed” contained the statement, “The judgment also sought a temporary restraining order and temporary injunction against ‘any actions by the City of Rugby until a ...

Restoration Ministries welcomes new clergy team

Restoration Ministries welcomed two new pastors to the Rugby church last month, and the husband-and-wife team says they’re “really enjoying it here.” Tony and Lisa Coffman moved to their new church home from Nebraska. Although Tony is a native of Oregon, Lisa grew up near Valley City. ...