This week in The Rooster Crows: weather finally favors the start of planting; Jack Lalor retires from the Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge; Rutland City Council hears about the Veterans Memorial project, schedules a City-wide clean-up, and other business; Garden Club auction date selected; American Legion plans Memorial Day Program schedule; and other items about Rutland.
This week in The Rooster Crows: spring is finally arriving – just in time for summer; weather brings out golfers; calving season slowing; birthday parties and travel adventures; Sargent Central (SC) High School students head to State Speech Meet and take several honors; quilting enthusiasts have another retreat; State Representative Amerman talks politics in Rutland; another Rutland native passes away; Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department makes a call; SC students head to the State Music competition; a trip down memory lane about old settlers; The Old Parsonage to open for Mother’s Day; and the Rutland General Store will have a Brunch.
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This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland loses another native with the death of Woodrow Olson; area youth compete in Tae Kwon Do Tournament; Rutland General Store will have a Mother’s Day Brunch; and other news about area resident travel and visitors.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Winter won’t go away; Havana Farmers Inn Cafe continuing; another loss in Rutland with the passing of Ella Lou Nelson; Sargent Central High School students head to State; Jack Lalor retires from Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge; comments on the terror and bombings at the Boston Marathon; and other area news on Rutland.