This week in The Rooster Crows: walleyes are biting early for good fishing in the area; Sargent County Extension Agent retirement party held in Cogswell; golfing gets started; Consolidated Lake drain project; Rutland annual Easter Egg Hunt draws a young (and old) crowd; Nordland Lutheran Church Palm Sunday Dinner another success thanks to great cooks; Rutland City Council discusses the Hall project and a new sign, along with other business including upcoming elections; cattle and calving business discussions at the Round Table; comments on the GOP State Convention and other news for your reading pleasure.
Springtime came early to the prairie in 2012. With Winter still officially controlling the calendar, the Dakota plains has been basking in sunshine and warm temperatures more reminiscent of June than mid-March. The mercury hit 75 on Saturday, March 17, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, and topped 80 on Sunday, March 18. Those local […]
After a week with the temperature climbing into the mid-40’s, and even up to 50, for several days, Spring finally arrived on the afternoon of Sunday, March 20, but soon discovered that Old Man Winter was not yet ready to vacate the premises. The rain started on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 22, then the […]
Flood waters at Buffalo Lake and along Crooked Creek continued to be a hot topic this past week. The Sargent County Water Resource Board discussed the issue at a meeting on Thursday evening, April 15, at the Courthouse in Forman. The Water Board’s Attorney from the Ohnstad-Twichell Law Firm in West Fargo, and the Board’s […]
This week in the Rooster Crows: University of North Dakota’s “Fighting Sioux” nickname retired, corn harvest and wheat planting begins, flooding and diversion, Home Rule Charter consideration, visitors and former residents and more.