Spring got her footing back this week, and the month that came in like a lion, with ferocious winds and cold temperatures, is living up to its traditional image by exiting like a lamb, calm, sunny and warm. Local cattlemen have welcomed Spring’s arrival with open arms. Sunshine and dry conditions are just what newborn […]
Faith and Begorra! It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and it’s been “Up With The Irish!” at the Lariat Bar in Rutland. According to Mike Pyle, who, along with Jeremy Becker, is one of the proprietors of the finest establishment in town, the St. Patrick’s Day Special on Friday evening will be the favorite menu of St. […]
All roads led to Rutland on the evening of Friday, March 3, as, according to the ticket count at the door, 480 diners attended the Rutland Sportsmen’s Club’s annual northern pike fish fry at the Rutland Town Hall. Continuing their traditional rivalry, the pan fryers and the deep fryers vied for the approval of diners, […]
Joe Breker received a national honor at the annual Commodity Classic convention in San Antonio last weekend. For his 38 years of commitment to conservation agriculture and forward thinking innovation, Joe was presented the Good Steward Recognition Award from the National Corn Growers Association. Check out the full story at the Coteau des Prairies Lodge site.
The wind blew, the rain came, and when it stopped early on the morning of Wednesday, October 26, Rutland and vicinity had received 2½ inches of precipitation, according to Paul Anderson’s electronic rain gauge at 309 Gay Street. Kurt Breker reported that his gauge south of Cayuga contained 3.3 inches of rainwater on Wednesday morning, […]