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Rugby’s farmers market returns

Garden fresh veggies, crafts and more will be available at the Rugby Farmers Market set to return to the Prairie Village Museum grounds July 17 at 8 a.m. The market will take place Wednesdays at 4 p.m. and Saturdays at 8 a.m. throughout July, August and into fall, weather permitting. For ...

School board reviews fiscal year end, policies

School policies will be gathered together and posted on the Rugby Public School District’s website for easy access, according to information shared by Superintendent Mike McNeff with the school board at their regular meeting July 13. Policies and budget items took up much of the discussion ...

Two Rugby residents among new DCB nursing program class members

Two Rugby residents are among 57 new practical and registered nursing students enrolled in Dakota College at Bottineau’s nursing program. Amanda Cole, who works as an LPN at Heart of America Medical Center, has enrolled in DCB’s registered nursing program. Cole, who lives in Rugby, is one ...

Council talks infrastructure, Ward 1 vacancy

Infrastructure and city buildings again took up much of the discussion at the Rugby City Council’s regular meeting July 6 at city hall. Engineer Jim Olson of Grand Forks firm AE2S updated the council on sewer and water infrastructure proposed for a section of town near 2 12 Avenue and Sixth ...

Rugby man uninjured in Grand Forks fatal multi-vehicle crash

A Rugby man and two Devils Lake women were among 17 people involved in a multi-vehicle fatal crash west of Grand Forks the morning of Friday, July 2. Karl Koehmstedt, Rugby, who was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado pulling a trailer, suffered no injuries in the crash. Devils Lake residents ...

Sheriff’s office reports more than 50 calls for June

The Pierce County Sheriff’s office stayed busy in June, answering a total of 56 calls during the month, according to a statement released by Sheriff Josh Siegler. Deputies responded to five fire calls, three traffic accidents and 13 calls to assist other agencies, according to Siegler’s ...

Blood drives see ‘good turnouts’

The Vitalant mobile blood collection station stopped in Rugby for a second time in a week July 1 to meet a critical need for blood in North Dakota communities. Vitalant staff had parked their blood mobile June 24 outside of Main Street Boutique in Rugby to collect blood in a drive organized ...

District Court

– Rick Thomas Bentley, Rugby, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of reckless driving from an incident May 9. Judge Michael Hurly ordered Bentley to complete a chemical dependency evaluation between June 30 and Aug. 29, complete any recommended treatment, submit to regular testing for ...