This week in The Rooster Crows: Another successful American Legion Post breakfast and bake sale held; Arthur “Rusty” Silseth obituary; American Legion Auxiliary members will be out for ‘trick or treat’; Rutland population grows by one; and other area news.
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: weather provides an opportunity for farmers to start planting, flooding increases fishing success in area, Main Street improvements continue and a new business opens in Rutland, fundraiser kick-off for the City Hall renovation, planning underway for the Memorial Day activities, a geyser of oil erupts, Rutland residents may be gearing up for a run for national office, visitors and resident travel, and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
After a week with the temperature climbing into the mid-40’s, and even up to 50, for several days, Spring finally arrived on the afternoon of Sunday, March 20, but soon discovered that Old Man Winter was not yet ready to vacate the premises. The rain started on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 22, then the […]