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FCCU raises $12K for Relay for Life

June 18, 2012

Special to the Times-Record
First Community Credit Union (FCCU) recently held fundraisers to raise money for Relay for Life, totaling more than $12,000. FCCU has chosen a different organization for each quarter to raise money and awareness for these organizations.

All of FCCU’s 14 branches sold frozen Pizza Corner pizzas in which $2,800 was raised for Relay for Life, with FCCU’s Wishek branch selling the most pizzas at 350. Proceeds collected from employees wearing jeans on designated days were also donated to Relay for Life and luminaries were sold at the branches.

Tobacco coordinator backs ban on smoking

June 18, 2012

Vicki Rosenau, tobacco coordinator for the City-County Health District, backs a proposed North Dakota ballot initiative to ban smoking in all indoor workplaces, including bars, a step that the state Legislature has refused to take since lawmakers approved broad smoking restrictions seven years ago.

The measure, which a group called Smoke-Free North Dakota submitted to Secretary of State Al Jaeger on Wednesday, would cover “e-cigarettes,” which produce an odorless, nicotine-laced vapor that’s similar to tobacco smoke.

VC has another successful Rally

June 18, 2012

If Valley City seemed a bit more populated this weekend, it’s probably because visitors and high school reunion-goers joined Valley City residents as they soaked up at this weekend’s annual Rally in the Valley.

The weather was pleasant but windy at times for the celebration hosted by the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce. The weekend was jam packed with activities for all ages in Valley City.

Hi-Liner girls tennis opened their season indoors at Eastern Dakota Conference rival Grand Forks...
Valley City State softball ascended to first in the North Star Athletic Association standings with...
Hi-Liner baseball split a pair of late-inning dramatics Thursday night at Tornado Alley in Oakes, N...

 

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