Duane Lillestol of Wyndmere called last week to remind all of the old saying that “It always rains after a long dry spell,” and darned if it didn’t. Owners of rain gauges around Rutland reported .25 of an inch of rain on Saturday & Sunday, April 16 & 17, while those a few miles north […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: The Republican candidates for President have narrowed down; Gullesons get a Valentine’s Day escape to Florida; Sargent County Water District Board draws a good crowd for the Drain 8 public hearing; dinner guests gather at The Lodge for a southern cuisine experience; Silver Lake Fishing Derby draws a large crowd of eager fishermen; 26th District Democratic-NPL Convention held in Milnor draws a crowd of delegates; Bergman-Evenson Post #215 American Legion held a meeting to discuss fundraisers and the 10th District’s Spring Meeting to be held in Rutland; more from Harry Hoffman’s diary of events in Bismarck in 1935; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: A birthday open house is held for Lois Nelson; pancake breakfast another success; Rutland will host the ND American Legion Spring meeting; visitors from Australia; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Plans are in place and now it is a time for action for Uffda Day; Rutland Elevator is busy as area farmerrs have a new place to store their harvest; American Legion Bergman-Evenson post meeting held and plans finalized for breakfast; comments on the Republican Presidential contender race; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: dropping temperatures indicate a shift in seasons but that did not stop the crowd at the Tewaukon Music Festival at The Lodge; Rutland Elevator grand opening held; goose hunting brings in familiar faces; and other area news.