This week in The Rooster Crows: visitors head back to Sweden; residents take trips to the Cities and for golf; Sargent County Fair draws a large crowd for the rodeo and other events; Rutland Park Board hosts tournament; cement is poured for the Veterans Memorial; Lodge will have a “Seafood Boil” event; Children’s Summer Theater performances next week; Improv Comedy coming to Rutland; Allis Chalmers Tractor Calvacade will have a Rutland stop; Ribfest and Uffda Day plans going strong; Rutland Sportsman’s Club annual Youth Day event coming in August; and other area news to keep you informed about the little town that can!
This week in The Rooster Crows: spring is finally arriving – just in time for summer; weather brings out golfers; calving season slowing; birthday parties and travel adventures; Sargent Central (SC) High School students head to State Speech Meet and take several honors; quilting enthusiasts have another retreat; State Representative Amerman talks politics in Rutland; another Rutland native passes away; Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department makes a call; SC students head to the State Music competition; a trip down memory lane about old settlers; The Old Parsonage to open for Mother’s Day; and the Rutland General Store will have a Brunch.
This week in The Rooster Crows: City’s water tower gets a new coat of paint; the Round Table is repaired and back in service; Memorial Day draws several visitors and old friends; Pam Gulleson forms a Veteran’s Advisory Committee for her Congressional campaign; Sargent Central High School Graduation includes several Rutland teens; Memorial Day services draw a crowd for another excellent program; and other area news for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Silver Lake Park Pavilion progressing, rains delay spring wheat harvest, the Rutland City Council holds its monthly meeting, the Rutland Community Club plans for Uffda Day, Rib Fest comes to Rutland this weekend, the Rutland Sportsmen’s Club annual kids event in August, comments on the current political economy, and other humor and commentary for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: snowstorms and flood waters delay planting season, Veterans are moving into the new ND Veterans Home, golf dreams, highways closed due to water and blocked due to carp, Governor visits the County, Palm Sunday dinner another success, construction progress on the old Baptist parsonage, Devils Lake Teacher of the Year, ND Legislature winding down and more musings for your reading enjoyment.