Archive - Apr 23, 2012
By the second inning of the second game of a home double header with Mayville State University Sunday, the Valley City State University softball team had seen plenty of Ashley VandeVeen.
VandeVeen, Mayvilleâs starting pitcher, had already pitched seven innings to the Vikingsâ lineup, six in a 5-1 game one loss and a scoreless first inning.
So in that second inning, the Vikings knew what to expect and entered at-bats looking for a hit from the get-go.
VCHS softball cancelled
The Valley City High School softball team's weekend tournament in Frazee, Minn., was cancelled due to inclement weather.
The Hi-Liners' season continues Tuesday in Devils Lake
VCSU baseball loses
The Valley City State University baseball team went 1-3 in a series this weekend against Mayville State.
The Vikings lost 9-1 and won 10-9 at home Saturday to the Comets and lost 3-2 and 7-1 in Mayville Sunday.
The team finishes its regular season with a double header against the University of North Dakota Wednesday in Grand Forks.
VCHS tennis continues today.
Â Hoff & Janâs Upholstry won 2 games from Eagles, American Legion won 2 Â˝ games from VFW, Brothers III won 4 games from American Legion 2
American Legion 13 Â˝ - 6 Â˝
Eagles 11 â 9
VFWÂ 10 Â˝ - 9 Â˝
Brothers III 10 â 10
Hoff & JansÂ 9 â 11
American Legion #2Â 6 â 14
High Team Game â Brothers IIIÂ 907
High Team Series â Brothers IIIÂ 2477
High Ind Game â Bob Derheim 234
High Ind Series â Bob Derheim 544
200s â Bob Derheim 234, Doug Kratz 209, John Froelich 201, Larry Bessette 200, Lyle Peterson 200
In earlier times, wine was used as a beverage and also as a medicine for a variety of ailments.
A couple of years ago, my husband and I decided to learn how to make wine at home using the apples from the tree in our backyard. Soon we had a chemistry experiment going on in our basement.
Whenever we went downstairs, we could smell the distinctive aroma of fermentation as the sugar was converted to alcohol.
Our first attempt at wine did not result in a vinegar-flavored concoction, so that was good.
Several dozen turned out for the Annual Volunteer Appreciation Tea Banquet at the Sheyenne Care Center on Thursday.
The annual event sponsored by the Mercy Healthcare Foundation, Faith in Action of Mercy Hospital and the Sheyenne Care Center honors the valiant efforts, both big and small, of the many healthcare volunteers in the area who work hard just to make anotherâs life a little better.
âThere is no greater gift that anyone can give, than to give of your life and your time,â said Mercy Hospital Director Keith Heuser who spoke briefly to the banquet crowd.
Time to stop and take a deep breath. On the Move 2012 wrapped up on April 15 after three and a half months of encouraging diet, exercise and healthy lifestyle decisions among residents in Barnes County, and organizers report the program has had its biggest year to date.
âIâd say it was a huge success. We had the largest membership weâve ever had,â said Andrea Winter of the Young Peopleâs Healthy Heart Program, an On the Move Partner.