This week in The Rooster Crows: Mother nature clobbers Rutland but cannot stop the arrival of a new resident; Rutland Sportsman’s Club gears up for the annual Fish Fry; North Dakota Grape Growers Association convention re-elects Rutland resident as its president; American Legion pancake breakfast rescheduled; Rutland Community Club plans for the upcoming Fun Night and annual supper and play; ongoing concerns for the area Post Office; and more area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland ‘delegation’ attends the NCAA Division 2A Football Championships; US Postal Service sending out surveys about service again – with trick questions; City Council meeting focuses on finances and shortfalls; Brekers are grandparents again; the Rutland Community Development Corporation to hold annual meeting; Couteau des Prairies Lodge offers hayrides; town gears up for the Pinochle Tournament and other events keep that keep the town hopping.
This week in The Rooster Crows: winter finally arrives with a blast; new snow provides opportunity to try out new snowblowers – with comic results; funerals held for Ida Mae “Billie” Olstad of Rutland and John Banish of Cayuga; Rutland General Store hosts another quilters weekend retreat; aerial applicator conference and Snowbear conference draw local residents; residents gear up for the annual Rutland Sportsman’s Club Fish Fry; and commentary on the national political scene and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland has a large turnout to oppose closing the Rutland PO Station; early frost ends the growing season; residents head south for the winter; American Legion meets to plan Veteran’s Day events and two pancake breakfasts during the winter; USS Pearl Harbor connection to Rutland; several former residents visit their old hometown; hunting goes strong in Rutland; politics thrive in Rutland; Uffda Day is coming soon and Rutland is ready!
This week in The Rooster Crows: Construction is booming as Rutland gains new residents and a new business is being built; new fire equipment is acquired for the Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department; summary of a report on a taste comparison of venison and beef; visitors and resident travels; US Postal Service includes Rutland on potential closing list; and pondering on relief for California and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.