This week in The Rooster Crows: summer brings more family reunions- Kulzer and Ahrlin decendants gather; Rutland’s trailer park fills to capacity; more construction in town; Sundlie’s celebrate 65 years of marriage; former resident Lloyd G. Susag passes away; locals head to Alaska for fishing; Rutland native appointed to the ND Grape Advisory Commission; men’s slowpitch softball winding down but going out with a blast at the tournament; reflections on the stock market and other area news.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Stormy weather hits Rutland again; combining crew heads south; Rutland blood drive brings in new donors; businesses and individuals contribute to the Veterans Memorial; softball continues strong; reflections on historical events and other items for your enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Memorial Day program draws a crowd of residents and out-of-towners; vineyard planted for future winery; residents gather for a Silver Wedding Anniversary and Graduations; construction and building improvements get started with vigor; another newborn increases Rutland’s population; softball and baseball going strong and other items of area interest.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Thunder strikes causing a fire at the elevator facility; Rutland Roosters start the Slowpitch Softball season with a win; Rutland Community Library meeting held; Construction improvements at the Post Office; storms bring welcome rain; Community clean up gets draws business to the landfill; local youth advance in rank at Tae Kwon Do; Sargent Central graduates include Rutland youth; Memorial Day observance on Monday and other items to connect you to Rutland!
This week in The Rooster Crows: Veteran’s Memorial Committee project progressing; several residences start spring construction and improvements; Nordic Needle International design competition includes Cayuga native; families welcome newborns; City schedules Clean-Up Day; Rutland Cemetary Association holds annual meeting; RFL Antique Tractor run plans progressing for the June event; comments and a history lesson on Syttende Mai; and other area news.