A Powerball lottery ticket buyer has won $10,000 at Leevers Foods in Valley City, said store Manager Rick Idland Wednesday.
Idland said the winner, who has not yet claimed his or her winnings, bought the lottery ticket Saturday.
âNo one has claimed it yet. Yesterday (Tuesday) they had 178 days to claim the money â today they have 177 days to bring it in.â
This is not Leeversâ largest lottery winner â âweâve had a couple of $22,000 winners, a $10,000 winner and $5,000 winners. We sell a lot of lottery tickets at Leevers,â Idland said.
Valley City resident Sara Anderson Moore collects many things, but her most prized is her collection of nativity scenes â a collection with more than 300 pieces.
But Moore doesnât keep her collection to herself. Sheâs excited to show them to others at Our Saviorâs Lutheran Church in Valley City during an open house nativity set display from 2-5 p.m. on Sunday. Moore plans to show some of the sets she owns, and others will show their nativity sets too.
Generous area farmers helped the Griggs-Barnes County North Titans football team raise more than $15,000 last month.
During harvest this year, 23 farmers from the Hannaford and Cooperstown areas donated enough grain to fill more than two semi-trailers, totaling more than 2,250 bushels.
The fundraiser was organized by athletic booster club member Kelly Hanson. As the parent of children who played football for the Titans, Hanson was musing with some friends last year about how to raise money for the team.