Archive - Jun 13, 2012
The Sheyenne Care Center staff and residents in Valley City recently saw the addition of two new faces.
Cynthia Smith will take over as director of nursing, while Valley City native John Ziemba will be the new employee recruiter.
Smith moved to North Dakota from South Carolina in June of 2001 when she accepted a job as director of nursing in Rugby, eventually becoming the administrator of the Rugby Long Term Care Program.
All precincts reported. See Thursdayâs Times-Record for full results.
Valley City Commission
Ken Evenson â 484
Arthur Frieze â 199
Robert Drake â 860
Mary Lee Nielson â 1,012
Madeline Luke â 1,077
Legislative assembly appointments
Yes-96,298 (60.48); No-62,917 (39.52)
Elimination of property tax
Religious freedom measure
Discontinuation of UNDâs nickname
-Compiled by Scott Schlaufman
Lisa Blackâs reason for wanting to participate in this yearâs Relay for Life is more personal than for many people. Lisa, who will be conducting the luminary ceremony, has a number of family members whoâve been affected with cancer. But she is also a survivor of cancer herself.
Although this is her first year partaking in Relay for Life, Lisa said sheâd been interested before but was never around during the event.
The relay takes place 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday at Lokken Field.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) â North Dakota voters decided Tuesday to let the stateâs flagship university dump a controversial Fighting Sioux nickname that sparked threats of NCAA sanctions, ending â at least temporarily â a dispute simmering for decades that divided sports fans, alumni and even tribes.
The matter boiled over seven years ago when the University of North Dakota was placed on a list of schools with American Indian nicknames that the NCAA deemed hostile and abusive. Those colleges were told to dump the names or risk penalties against their athletic teams.
The Valley City Babe Ruth baseball team had its offense clicking on all cylinders in a double-header sweep of Edgeley Tuesday at Charlie Brown Memorial Field.
In two games that lasted a combined eight innings, Valley City scored 41 runs and had 28 hits. The day started with a 29-2 win in five innings in the first game and concluded with a 12-3 win in a three-inning second game.
âIts nice to see our offense continue to go like it has, and for the most part we havenât been relying on walks, we have been aggressive and collecting hits,â Valley City coach Lance Lukes said.