This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland residents head to warmer climates for winter weather breaks; Louis Siemieniewski passes; Rutland City Council meets; Post Office domino effect staffing changes; Rutland Community Development Corporation to hold annual meeting and other local news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Harvest season concluding soon; American Legion Auxiliary members “Trick or Treat”; duck hunting season brings visitors; RGS quilting retreat held; Rutland Raiders 4-H members garner some awards at County 4-H and Recognition night; Rutland City Council meeting summary; Veteran’s Day activities planned; Election Day results and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: spring rains prevent spring planting; Rutland American Legion Post plans Memorial Day events; Sargent County Ambulance visits Rutland twice in one week; Rutland General Store Mother’s Day Brunch at The Lodge is a huge success; locals complete the Fargo Half Marathon; Rutland Community Club plans more events for the 30th Uffda Day; Rutland Cemetery Association holds annual meeting; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Weather delays spring planting and keeps the fish away; Sargent County Relay for Life plans several small fundraisers before the main event; Sargent Central youth win Math Olympics in Wahpeton; Rutland City Council plans electronic recycling dates and discusses need for cleaning several drains in town; Mother’s Day brunch planned for The Lodge; Sargent Central High School commencement includes several Rutland youth; the American Legion and Auxiliary plan Memorial Day activities; and other Rutland news.
The weather pendulum is still making a wide arc, but its lows are higher and its highs are higher, too. Fieldwork is now in full swing in the Rutland area, and even those who don’t intend to plant anything for a while yet have been applying fertilizer, picking rocks, taking delivery of 2014 seed supplies, […]