2,876 people live in Rugby, North Dakota. (2017)
Rugby's median wages are $37,450.
The overall cost of living in Rugby, North Dakota is 89.70.
The personal income tax rate of Rugby is 2.9%.
Rugby's median single family home price in 2016 was $96,400.
The corporate income tax rate of Rugby, North Dakota is 4.31%.
At 2.6%, North Dakota has the second lowest unemployment rate in the United States.
Lying just under the surface of Western North Dakota, is about 25 billion tons of lignite. That's enough to supply the region's coal needs for over 800 years!
North Dakota is home to three national parks, including the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
North Dakota was ranked the 4th happiest state, the 3rd best state to raise a family and 7th best state to start a business.
North Dakota farmland would cover over 12 million city blocks. Farmers here produce enough wheat each year to make 12.6 billion loaves of bread.
North Dakota may be the 3rd least popular state but with a population growth of 12.3% between 2010 and 2017, it has become the state with the largest percentage of population growth.