This week in The Rooster Crows: Uffda Day events draw a large crowd, 5K runners and times announced, fund raffle winners, former residents and friends attend Uffda Day, waterfowl hunting season opener, Smulan and Heinen obituaries, drought comes to the flood land, Rutland City Council and Rutland Community Club meet, another Save Our Post Office meeting is scheduled, Pam Gulleson travels through western ND, reflections on the North Dakota oil “boom” and more for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Pam Gulleson announces run for State Representative; several former residents visit Rutland; Hoistad farm auction draws a crowd; fishing excursions bring in limits; several Rutland residences and business continue to make building improvements; Rutland Community Club President gets air time about the Postal closing studies; soybean harvest gets into full swing; and Rutland gears up for the 27th annual Uffda Day.
It’s countdown time to the 27th Annual Uffda Day festival in Rutland! Sunday, October 2, 2011 activities begin with the 5K walk/run at 8 a.m. Scalloped potatoes and ham dinner served at City Hall, 11 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Demonstrations and sale of ethnic foods starts at 11 a.m. — Krumkake, rosettes, fattigman, sandbakkels, lefse, rice […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland has a large turnout to oppose closing the Rutland PO Station; early frost ends the growing season; residents head south for the winter; American Legion meets to plan Veteran’s Day events and two pancake breakfasts during the winter; USS Pearl Harbor connection to Rutland; several former residents visit their old hometown; hunting goes strong in Rutland; politics thrive in Rutland; Uffda Day is coming soon and Rutland is ready!
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland gears up for Uffda Day with the lefse rolling along; former residents and friends stop by to visit and take a trip down memory lane; Canadian Goose hunting season is another success; demolition and construction in town; a minute of commemoration in Rutland; Community Club holds a Save Our Post Office meeting to discuss strategy; Council meets and takes action on the Hall renovation project and the preliminary 2012 budget is presented (and available for public review); comments on recent politics and more for your reading enjoyment.