This week in The Rooster Crows: Santa Claus is coming to town; Rutland tree placed; Pam Gulleson reception; birthday parties galore; baseball trivia; NDSU Bison fans; Post Office still under consideration for closure; City Council met to discuss the Hall construction and other issues; Community Club elections postponed to 2012; Texas Hold’Em tournament continues; and, comments on the national political scene for your reading enjoyment.
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: warmer weather reaches Rutland; a new intern at NLC; resident travels and visitors; another successful Annual Youth Day held; fishing and goose hunting; family gathering at a Rutland wedding; and the Rutland Community Club meets and plans opposition measures to a potential post office closing; Uffda Day lefse making progressing and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Construction is booming as Rutland gains new residents and a new business is being built; new fire equipment is acquired for the Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department; summary of a report on a taste comparison of venison and beef; visitors and resident travels; US Postal Service includes Rutland on potential closing list; and pondering on relief for California and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
The most violent storm of what has been a Summer of violent storms hit Rutland, and several other communities in the region, late in the afternoon of Sunday, July 10. A hot and muggy afternoon spawned a line of thunderstorms that rampaged through southeastern North Dakota and northeastern South Dakota, wreaking havoc as they tracked […]