This week in The Rooster Crows: weather finally favors the start of planting; Jack Lalor retires from the Tewaukon National Wildlife Refuge; Rutland City Council hears about the Veterans Memorial project, schedules a City-wide clean-up, and other business; Garden Club auction date selected; American Legion plans Memorial Day Program schedule; and other items about Rutland.
This week in The Rooster Crows: colder weather tempts local ice fishermen; Rutland has a good showing in the 5K Jingle Bell Run in Fargo; Susan Lynn (Brust) Anderson obituary; a trip down memory lane; Rutland City Council holds the last meeting of the calendar year; Santa Claus is coming to town; comments on the US military presence in Afghanistan and more for your reading pleasure.
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Silver Lake Park celebrations; Reverend Gary Clark diagnosed with cancer; Bill Anderson attends Company K reunion; United Blood Services blood drive held in Rutland; and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week: Bill Anderson attends Dauphin Island gathering; Sargent County Relay for Life raises over $58,000; blood drive scheduled; City Council to hold organizing meeting; another family gathering in Rutland; and reflections on the GI Bill of Rights on the 68th anniversary of its signing.