This week in The Rooster Crows: termperatures and humidity are high for Independence Day; family reunions and school reunions draw former residents back home to Rutland; local students leave for European tour with the Northern Ambassadors of Music; Rutland Men’s Slowpitch Softball team continues a winning streak; area auction draws a crowd; and other news from the area.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Weather cooperates for the crops but the winds topple a new shop; Rutland is the place for reunions; Rutland City Council meeting results in City owned property being offered for sale; several Rutland residents participate in the Fargo “Run or Dye” 5K; family and friends come to visit; the Rutland men’s softball team season will soon end; an auction sale is planned for July; Ribfest vendors are being solicited; and other area news for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: winter weather comes lightly to Rutland; United Blood Services Rutland blood drive brings in 39 units of red blood; Pherson Simmentals of Rutland and others sold at the Valley City Winter Show; a Brakke wedding celebration helps break the winter blues and brings together family near and far; Runyan farm barnyard fire; an update on the Coteau des Prairies Lodge; reevaluation of Sargent County properties causes a stir; and other tidbits for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Pam Gulleson announces run for State Representative; several former residents visit Rutland; Hoistad farm auction draws a crowd; fishing excursions bring in limits; several Rutland residences and business continue to make building improvements; Rutland Community Club President gets air time about the Postal closing studies; soybean harvest gets into full swing; and Rutland gears up for the 27th annual Uffda Day.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland has a large turnout to oppose closing the Rutland PO Station; early frost ends the growing season; residents head south for the winter; American Legion meets to plan Veteran’s Day events and two pancake breakfasts during the winter; USS Pearl Harbor connection to Rutland; several former residents visit their old hometown; hunting goes strong in Rutland; politics thrive in Rutland; Uffda Day is coming soon and Rutland is ready!