This week in The Rooster Crows: Cold weather does not stop local ice fishermen; Rutland Sportsmen’s Club plans annual fish fry; Blood drive another successful effort; several locals head south for warmer weather; School reunion planning proceeds; Community Club casts members for upcoming theater; Family Fun Night to feature a “50s” theme; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Stormy weather hits Rutland again; combining crew heads south; Rutland blood drive brings in new donors; businesses and individuals contribute to the Veterans Memorial; softball continues strong; reflections on historical events and other items for your enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Weather continues to be fickle; ND DOT representatives meet about road construction projects and toured The Lodge; special dinners at the Rutland General Store; several residents head south; Hoistad’s move to town; many attend the funeral for Earl Cramton; the Hall fills up for the annual Rudy Anderson Memorial Pinochle Tournament; Legion pancake breakfast this week; Rutland blood drive on Valentine’s Day; fish fry in Rutland and another in Lidgerwood; comments on recent ND House bills providing breaks to oil companies; The Teller Editor takes a new job with Forum Communications; and other area news and comments to keep you informed on our busy town.
Silver Lake Park celebrations; Reverend Gary Clark diagnosed with cancer; Bill Anderson attends Company K reunion; United Blood Services blood drive held in Rutland; and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week: Bill Anderson attends Dauphin Island gathering; Sargent County Relay for Life raises over $58,000; blood drive scheduled; City Council to hold organizing meeting; another family gathering in Rutland; and reflections on the GI Bill of Rights on the 68th anniversary of its signing.