This week in The Rooster Crows: Old Man Winter finally came to Rutland; cold weather brings fishing fever; Community Club plans Santa Day activities; Pam Gulleson heads to Washington, D.C.; Rutland-Cayuga Firemen have a busy weekend; Thanksgiving brings visitors from far and wide; pheasant hunters get back into swing after deer hunting wraps up; Sargent County RFL holds a “Christmas at the Lodge’ event; comments on the political scene and other local information for your enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: pheasant hunting season a challenge; harvest starts to wind down; area construction projects are proceeding; construction soon to start on the Hall renovation project and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Crop harvest disappointing; flu clinic in Rutland; Save Our Post Office meeting calls for more letters to keep our PO open; American Legion pancake breakfast and flag burning ceremony; Pam Gulleson campaigns across the State; County Commissions conference and transportation project funding; non-resident pheasant hunting season starts off with a bang; Rutland Hall renovation project contracts set things in motion; local residents battling health issues return home soon and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: soybean and corn harvest yields are low due to dry weather and high winds, maneuvering combines through town creates challenges and “oops”, residents travel east and visitors come to town, Legion pancake breakfast Sunday morning, pheasant hunting is true ‘hunting’ this year, the Old Lariat holds up to the high winds while in construction phase, progress continues on The Lodge, road construction proceeds thanks to dry weather, commentary on the upcoming election and Measure #2 proposal to eliminate property tax and more for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Winter storm rolls through creating travel challenges, wildlife struggles with the wiinter weather, flood preparation begins, local grape growers seek change to market directly to retailers, calving season gets a strong start, County and State meetings and training, cellulosic ethanol getting earnest consideration, construction progresses on Rutland buildings, theater ticket sales soaring, and other tidbits for your enjoyment.