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.
Posted in Rooster Crows
Also tagged American Legion, Coteau des Prairies Lodge, Earl Cramton, Fish Fry, obituary, pancakes, Pinochle, road construction, Rutland General Store, Rutland Sportsmen's Club, Sargent County Teller, State funding, Valentine's Day, weather
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.