This week in The Rooster Crows: spring is finally arriving – just in time for summer; weather brings out golfers; calving season slowing; birthday parties and travel adventures; Sargent Central (SC) High School students head to State Speech Meet and take several honors; quilting enthusiasts have another retreat; State Representative Amerman talks politics in Rutland; another Rutland native passes away; Rutland-Cayuga Fire Department makes a call; SC students head to the State Music competition; a trip down memory lane about old settlers; The Old Parsonage to open for Mother’s Day; and the Rutland General Store will have a Brunch.
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This week in The Rooster Crows: Fargo gears up for another flood fight; Rutland snowbirds come home to roost; Easter brings an influx of visitors and has several residents heading out of town; Rutland Board of Equalization holds annual property tax meeting; Rutland City Council discusses City Hall roofing project and street repairs; and, other Rutland happenings.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Hundreds come to Rutland for the annual fish fry; Cecelia “Toots” Sundquist funeral gathers many; winter weather and freezing rain plays havoc once again; the Rutland City Council holds its monthly meeting; Community Club theater troupe continues practicing for this year’s production; several Rutland residents tour other parts of the nation; and other local happenings for your reading pleasure.
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This week in The Rooster Crows: Rutland adds another to the population; tourists and former residents come for a visit while several residents get some travel; Rutland Community Development Corporation annual meeting provides an update on business development and new members elected; Rutland hosts a Legislative Forum and gears up for the annual Pinochle Tournament and several upcoming fundraisers — and more for your reading pleasure.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Congress misses the fiscal cliff deadline but passes preliminary measures quickly; weather bodes well for fishing enthusiasts on area lakes and sloughs; relatives and friends come visit for the holiday season and others go visiting; 26th District Democratic-NPL Party to hold reorganization meeting; pheasant hunting finishes on an upswing; comments on stock performance and other tidbits for your reading pleasure.