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Letters to the Tribune

Supporting cattle ranchers in North Dakota

Ryan Taylor, TownerAs a fourth generation cattle rancher and a longtime member of North Dakota Farmers Union, I'm proud to see NDFU standing up for the cattle producers of the state in these extremely stressful times for the beef business.Cattle producers have always wanted to make their living ...

7-4-20 Letters to the Tribune

America, still land of the free?It is not merely the first pandemic outbreak in 100 years that has made the last few months unsettling; actually, the events that unfolded after the COVID shutdown are even more threatening. Certain states' allowance of historic monument destruction, public ...

6-27 Letters to the Tribune

We can do betterAs I watched the Empire Builder # 7 roll into Rugby this morning, I realized how fortunate Rugby and North Dakota is to have a passenger rail system in our state and in our nation. Amtrak is not perfect but it is the best passenger rail system we have in this nation, so lets ...

6-13-20 Letters to the Tribune

Organized.Prepared.Determined.Fierce.These are just a few of the words I would use to describe the phenomenal young women who had the gumption to organize a Black Lives Matter solidarity march right here in the Geographical Center of North America.Rugby will forever and always be my hometown. ...

6-6-20 Letters to the Tribune

Missing the Lyric marqueeI would like to thank everyone who volunteers for the operation of the Lyric Theater in Rugby. The Friends of the Lyric is a nonprofit organization formed in January 2013. Since that inception, the organization has improved the building and fixtures to update this 1922 ...

LETTER: Great job, Car Club

There are many organizations in our great community that do many wonderful projects and they all need to rewarded. I was so pleased to see the Rugby Car Cub added to this list, in my mind. I know they are involved in parades and other events over the past years.Hats off to all who were involved ...

4-25-20 Letters to the Tribune

Cancer Hasn't Stopped, So Neither Have We: Support Available from American Cancer Society During COVID-19As the COVID-19 crisis grows larger every day, cancer patients many of whom already have compromised immune systems are more vulnerable than ever. We at the American Cancer Society want to ...

4-4-20 Letters to the Tribune

Community banks are there for youThe community bank members of the Independent Community Banks of North Dakota (ICBND) want to reassure their customers, communities, and other stakeholders that the banking system in North Dakota and nationwide is safe and sound during the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

3-28-20 Letters to the Tribune

We have enough foodThe grocery industry of the USA and particularly North Dakota is working overtime to meet the needs of our customers. The spread of COVID-19 has certainly changed the way our industry operates, but it has not stopped the cows from milking, the corn from becoming cereal and ...

1-4-20 Letters to the Tribune

We'd like to thank everyone for the support and all the well wishes we've received since our letter to the Tribune last week. It is truly humbling to know that our efforts are not going unnoticed throughout our community and region and to know so many agree creating a facility for year-round ...