This week in The Rooster Crows: Wedding bells are ringing strong in August; Rutland Sportsmen’s Club draws another crowd for Youth Day; bridge construction and road closings continue; Sargent County is seeking to hire a full-time EMT; planning for the Tewaukon Music Festival is underway and additional help is needed; Uffda Day lefse production to start this month; and other news of activities in our busy town.
It was 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 1, 2014. At least that’s what it was when the house lights went down, the stage lights came up and the curtain opened on Entertainment Unlimited’s 19th annual Childrens Summer Theater production, “There Ought To Be An App For That,” in the Rutland Town Hall. It didn’t take […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland Oil gets new fuel pumps; sendoff party held for Gullesons; CCSP no till-demonstration held; railcar operators stop in Rutland; The Lodge holds an Italian feast; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland All School Reunion gathers many to town; Rutland Baptist Church holds final service; Rutland City Council holds monthly meeting; Veterans Memorial placed on site; Rutland Park Board Men’s Slowpitch Softball Tournament this weekend, and other area news.
This week: Sargent County Relay for Life raises over $88,000; preparations start for the Sargent County Fair next month; Rutland Community Club meeting held and group selects Miss Rutland Hailey Hamilton; Rutland City Council organizes and selects officers; Rutland Park Board to meet and organize; demolition of derelict mobile home creates a clean spot in town; former residents, family and friends start gathering for a Prindiville birthday party and for the All-School Reunion; and other items from Rutland.