This week in The Rooster Crows: Rain continues to elude Rutland; Ellis Sundlie Committal service; Milt McLaen hospitalized; Pastor Liesebet Gravley conducts her final services at NLC; postal services study presented in Rutland; pendulum powered Howard wall clock returns to the Depot; Rutland Sportsmen’s Club Youth Day to be held this weekend; and other news from the area.
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, […]
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.