This week in The Rooster Crows: rainy weather does not stop area farmers from getting the wheat planted; Marvin Nelson obituary; quilting enthusiasts gather for another retreat; Sargent Central students head to State Music Contest; County committee continues work on the County’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan; Alley Cuts expands with a salon in Gwinner; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Snow and blue geese descend on the area; Rutland Housing holds annual meeting; Larry Anderson obituary; Sargent Central students heading to State Competition; Rutland City Council meeting includes land sale; Rutland Community Club upcoming meeting; annual Easter Egg Hunt planned and other local news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland has another new resident; tractor caravan run raises funds for Relay for Life; many gather for a household auction; several visitors come to Rutland on their way to the Couteau des Prairies Lodge Grand Opening celebration; spring season brings a construction boom in Rutland; Miss Rutland 2013 attends the Rutland Community Club meeting; the Rutland Roosters play a mean slowpitch softball game and other area news for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Memorial Day program draws a crowd of residents and out-of-towners; vineyard planted for future winery; residents gather for a Silver Wedding Anniversary and Graduations; construction and building improvements get started with vigor; another newborn increases Rutland’s population; softball and baseball going strong and other items of area interest.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Mother nature clobbers Rutland but cannot stop the arrival of a new resident; Rutland Sportsman’s Club gears up for the annual Fish Fry; North Dakota Grape Growers Association convention re-elects Rutland resident as its president; American Legion pancake breakfast rescheduled; Rutland Community Club plans for the upcoming Fun Night and annual supper and play; ongoing concerns for the area Post Office; and more area news.