This week in The Rooster Crows: Weather swings bring hope of spring; hundreds head to Rutland for the annual Rutland Sportsman’s Club Fish Fry; several residents head south with there is warmer weather; Janet Malstrom obituary; large gathering for a 50th Birthday party and another for a 4th; rehearsals continuing for the upcoming Rutland Community Club Supper & Play; Sargent County Relay for Life 2014 fundraising is on a roll; and other local news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Halloween provided fun for adults and kids alike; Rutland’s connection to New York City; Rutland Elevator gets grain handling improvement; another successful quilting weekend; a good crowd gathers for the Gun Raffle and Chili Feed while others head to the Lodge for “Wine and Dine”; Rutland City Council approves purchase of new city software and purchase of property forfeited through nonpayment of property tax; Community Club holds a soup and sandwich supper and attendees discuss plans for 2014 Uffda Day; and other news from Rutland.
This week in The Rooster Crows: snow blankets the area presenting another challenge to pheasant hunters; North Dakota Grape Advisory Council meets in Bismarck; Rutland Baptist Church members plan final meeting in 2014; Bergman-Evenson Post meeting held to plan the Veterans Day program and 2014 pancake breakfast; quilter’s retreat planned; chili feed and gun raffle on November 3; Couteau des Prairies Lodge “Wine & Dine” supper event; Rutland Community Club soup and sandwich supper next week; and more activities, events and news from the little town that can.
This week in The Rooster Crows: rain delays harvest again; Arneson benefit has a good turnout; Silver Lake Park closes for the season; Rutland’s new business Dakota Flax already growing; housing repair and renovation bids exceed estimates; quilting retreat; Lodge “Wine and Dine” gourmet supper; chili feed and gun raffle; RCC soup and sandwich supper; comments on the government shutdown; and other news from Rutland.
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.