This week in The Rooster Crows: recent rains help green up Rutland; locals travel to Mexico for a wedding and sightseeing; residents attend a meeting on Measure #2 proposed Constitutional Amendment; a new band plays The Lariat; construction progresses on local business; softball season nears resulting in reflections and stories of Lou Sanderson; committee formed to nominate Rod Nelson for the ND Softball Hall of Fame seeks letters of support; reflections on the President’s announcement to remove American combat forces from Afghanistan by 2014; and more for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: Crop harvest disappointing; flu clinic in Rutland; Save Our Post Office meeting calls for more letters to keep our PO open; American Legion pancake breakfast and flag burning ceremony; Pam Gulleson campaigns across the State; County Commissions conference and transportation project funding; non-resident pheasant hunting season starts off with a bang; Rutland Hall renovation project contracts set things in motion; local residents battling health issues return home soon and other tidbits for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: water everywhere makes travel difficult and challenging, sandbagging continues in Forman, cattle and wildlife on the highway add to the agony, another crafty/quilting time, near accidents and hospitalization, ice cream parlor comes to Rutland, the Community Club meets and the City Council holds the tax equalization meeting, Palm Sunday dinner coming up and corrections to last weeks column and more for your reading enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: winter snow gives way to rapid waters, old friends visit, City Council takes action on deliquents, City Auditor announces retirement, water on roads provides a challenge for the mail delivery, Wise Men assemble, newborns galore, reflections on the anniversary of the American Civil War, and other Rutland happenings, thoughts and humor for your enjoyment.
This week in The Rooster Crows: SnoBears defeated by snowdrifts, ice fishing stories, the challenge of winter snows, resident travels to warmer climates, Gulleson seleced as ND Farmers Union Executive Director, Betty Blegen obituary, Viking unit ElZagal Shriners meet in Rutland, annual RCDC meeting program, reflections on the day John F. Kennedy became the 35th President and more for your reading enjoyment.