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Archive - May 28, 2012

Hi-Liners’ Viland, Coghlan, Jacob place at state meet in Bismarck

May 28, 2012

Valley City High School track and field coach Trevor Bakalar said the state meet in Bismarck over the weekend was full of ups and downs for his teams.
Although there was a bit of disappointment — namely, the Hi-Liners’ 4x100 and 4x200 girls relay teams and senior sprinter Molly Willson missing the finals — there was also the delight that three seniors got from placing in their final season.

Hi-Liner softball team ends season at EDC tourney

May 28, 2012

Tuesday (5/29) local digest

May 28, 2012

VCTA summer activities starting soon
The registration deadline is coming up for several Valley City Tennis Association programs.
1) Summer Tennis League: Monday nights at 7pm from June 4 - July 30 playing the World Team Tennis format; $25 entry fee. Open to junior/senior high players and adults.
2) Adult Beginner Lessons: Monday nights from 6-7pm in June (4,11,18,25); $20 entry fee; 4 players minimum.
Registration is due by June 1 to the Valley City Parks and Recreation office. Call 840-1727 for more information.

VCSU offering youth basketball camps

VC Eagles hold banquet

May 28, 2012

By Lorraine Thompson
Special to the Times-Record

Valley City Eagles 2192 held its 43rd annual award banquet at the Aerie Club with Lorney Behm as the master of cememonies. The hometown builder was Dakota Plains Co-op with manager Ken Astrup who accepted the award and thanked the Eagles.

The Civic Service Award went to Fire Chief Gary Retterath and was presented by Mary Simonson, a former winner.

The Humanitarian Award was given to Lynell Gertin by Don Malec and Gloria VanDyke. Gertin saved Gloria while she choking at the bank.

Memorial Day celebrated in VC

May 28, 2012

A number of musical units, including VCHS, performed in Monday’s Memorial Day parade down Central Avenue in Valley City.

Museum opening packs them in

May 28, 2012

WIMBLEDON, N.D. - Cold weather, rain and a five-year wait were not enough to deter the crowds that gathered in Wimbledon for the grand opening of the Midland Continental Railroad Depot Transportation Museum on Saturday.

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