This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland Oil Company expands capacity again; North Dakota League of Cities presents award to City Auditor; former residents Ralph and Esther Swanson and Marjorie (Flados) Pankow, recently passed away; Bergman-Evanson Post #215 members and Auxiliary members attend 10th District meeting; Rutland Community Club holds meeting and plans more Uffda Day related events; another quilter’s retreat nearly sold-out well in advance; Ole and Lena contests to be held this summer; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Annual Easter Egg hunt is another success according to the youth who attended; anglers start fishing before the ice is all gone from the area lakes; Rutland City Council approves Sargent County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan and building permits; the Rutland Elevator is in process of getting a new electronic scale; Mother’s Day Dinner planned; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: The Rutland General Store was a busy place as several former residents pay a visit to Rutland; Leo Malstrom obituary; Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department volunteers make a run to Havana; comments on the 50th anniversary of America’s commitment of military forces to Vietnam and the 5th anniversary of the Patients’ Protection and Affordable Care Act; and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Area farmers attend meeting on the GMO class action lawsuit; Continued controversy of “flaring” of natural gas; area residents take a break from ND winter and head to other climates; Launa Peterson benefit scheduled for Saturday, February 28, in Rutland; Rutland Sportman’s Club Annual Fish Fry to be held March 6; “Ole & Lena Live” show planned for March; Robert Sebree to present photography workshop in April in Rutland; comments on the 70th anniversary of the raining of the U.S. Flag on Iwo Jima; and other area news from Rutland.
There is no doubt about it, it is Winter on the northern plains. A cold, clear morning on Thursday, February 12, Abe Lincoln’s birthday, was followed by snow in the afternoon, the snow providing the frozen ground with a blanket of protection from the brutal, bone-chilling conditions that followed. By the morning of Wednesday, February […]