Archive - Oct 26, 2012
Friday, October 26 through Monday, October 29
Members of the local Boy Scout Troop 560 are selling Christmas wreaths, crosses and garlands as a fundraiser for scouting activities. To place prepaid orders, please contact Jon Jury, 2012 parent chairman at 845-1558 or 490-0148, email email@example.com. Scouts will be delivering all purchases beginning Saturday, November 17.
Friday, October 26
A bride should always keep her groom guessing. Donâ€™t you think? Shoot! You donâ€™t even need to be a bride to a groom. Iâ€™ll expand that sentence to declare, â€śA person should always keep the world guessing!â€ť And so I do.
The season of the flu is already upon us, and health officials in Valley City urge anybody age 6 months and older to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Local pharmacies and City-County Health District offer flu shots with no appointment necessary.
Sarah Hansen, Registered Nurse at the City-County Health District, said the CCHD is open to give flu shots from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The cost of shots at the CCHD for private pay is $32. They can also be covered by private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare.
State Senator Ryan Taylor (DNPL), candidate for governor, visited Valley City Thursday. More than a dozen people had the opportunity to meet the candidate and hear his plans for the future when he visited the AmericInn for a lunchtime town hall meeting.
ELLENDALE â€” As the Litchville-Marion/Montpelier volleyball team prepared for the postseason, coach Ryan Nelson decided to change things up and had his team change its coverage of the floor. But in game situations, it can take a bit for the changes to kick it.
When the Rebels opened the Class B District 5 tournament Thursday in Ellendale, there was a bit of delay as the team made the adjustments in its coverage, but once they were comfortable, even a casual observer could have noted the difference.