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RHS FBLA attends Fall Leadership Conference

The Rugby High School FBLA officer team/members attended the 77th Annual Fall Leadership Conference in Bismarck. FBLA members from across the state participated in the conference with over 500 students from across North Dakota in attendance.Members who attended the conference had the ...

Little Flower celebrates annual Dine and Bid supper

Little Flower Catholic Elementary School's Parent Teacher Organization held its 17th annual Dine and Bid supper last Friday night at the Rugby Eagles Hall.Parents and organizers Tonia Dosch and Rhonda Livedalen said the event, which features a chicken dinner cooked by Theresa Wangler, usually ...

Mentor Challenge a success

Rugby High School students and local community members met and exceeded the school's annual "Mentor Challenge" as they brought more than 100 boxes of donated food to the Pierce County Food Pantry last Friday.Paola Trottier, RHS Future Business Leaders of America advisor and business education ...

Softball addition gets approval

With three members voting yes and one voting no, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education approved a motion to support girls' softball as an extracurricular offering.In a regular meeting Tuesday morning in the Rugby High School conference room, RHS instructor Shannon Miller met ...

‘Trojan Women’ takes first in region contest

Performing the play "The Trojan Women," Rugby High School's Drama team took 1st place in the Region IV Class B One Act Play contest, held Nov. 1 in Rugby High's auditorium.Director Jill Roberts, who was named Coach of the Year at the event along with Angel Opdahl of Harvey-Wells County, smiled ...

School board approves food service policy reading

In a regular meeting Tuesday morning, the Rugby Public School District No. 5 Board of Education approved the first reading of a policy pertaining to food service.The policy, which is required by both the N.D. School Boards Association and the N.D. Department of Public Instruction, details ...

School district considers options for Ely

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. Mike McNeff recommended forming a citizens' committee to look at options."I want to stress that this is in its ...

Harvest time at Little Flower

Last spring the 5th and 6th grade class, with the leadership of Mr. Jim and Mrs. Deb Hoffert, planted a garden behind the school. After it was tilled, students planted potatoes, pumpkins, onions, tomatoes, carrots, and beets. They were taught the skills for using garden tools and how to plant ...