The first week of the New Year has been accompanied by mild temperatures, mostly in the teens and 20’s, but occasionally bumping up over the 30 mark, with a few bright and sunny days interspersed with a few days of fog and overcast to accommodate those who prefer gloomy conditions during the depths of winter. […]
Snow started on Monday, December 14 with a light dusting that turned to a light rain, then to ice and back to snow again, increasing gradually but steadily through Tuesday, December 15 and into Wednesday morning. Weather forecasts claimed that there would be 3 to 5 inches of the wet white stuff to move around […]
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rifle-hunting whitetail deer season ends; annual Open House held at The Old Parsonage; Jim & Mary Breker of Cayuga celebrate 65th wedding anniversary; 26th District Democratic-NPL Party fundraiser held in Lidgerwood; locals travel for the Thanksgiving holiday; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Hunters head to Rutland for pheasant and duck; Farmers Inn Cafe reopens in Havana; American Legion members attend the 10th District Fall meeting and, additionally, meet to plan the pancake breakfast; news received of passing of Marjorie Alice (Bergman) Wohler; results of the Uffda Day Pedal Pull event; Sargent Central School holds sports co-op meeting and agrees to join with Oakes for 2016-17 sports; early trick or treating planned by the Rutland Raiders 4-H and American Legion Auxiliary; Rutland Community Club to discuss Uffda Day 2015 – and plan for 2016; Sargent County Ambulance to provided training on the AED in Rutland; and other area news.