This week in The Rooster Crows: Valentine’s Day venues offering gourmet menu selections; Coteau des Prairies Lodge will serve home-grown beef; quilting frenzy at the Rutland General Store; American Legion Post breakfast fundraiser was a great success; Rutland Community Club plans several upcoming events; Rutland Housing to hold annual meeting and elections; local youth wins college scholarships; 26th District Democratice-NPL Party to hold convention; and other area news for your reading pleasure.
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This week in The Rooster Crows: Pinochle was the big draw in Rutland last weekend; Rutland continues representation on the ND Grape & Wine Association; hundreds attend the Anderson benefit; planning continues for the 2014 Rutland School Reunion; Rutland City Council approves participation in the County’s Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan process and other routine business; Legion plans Norman Preble benefit this weekend; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Several benefits planned for area residents; first bullhead fish fry held; ice fishing is picking up in the area; construction progress on the Erickson Building; Rudy Anderson Memorial Pinochle Tournament drawing near; the Lodge will hold a four-course beer dinner; Valentine’s Day dinner plans and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland residents head south to Frisco, TX for the Bison game; staffing changes coming at the Rutland Post Office; more work is being done on the Erickson Building/old Lariat Bar; Rutland gains new residents; Rutland Community Club starts discussion on the 30th Uffda Day events; RCDC to meet; The Lodge and the Store planning a Valentine’s Dinner; and other upcoming events in Rutland.
This week in The Rooster Crows: The cold weather bursts on the Rutland scene – and pipes bursting too; Rutland residents head to Frisco along with thousands of other North Dakotans; Rutland General Store is the only place for dinner with other cafe’ closings; Sargent County Extension holds a session on health insurance to help unravel provisions of the Affordable Care Act; registrations are well underway for the Pinochle Tournament; and other Rutland area news.