Archive - Jun 26, 2012
Last week, Dr. Vitaliano Figueroa began employment at Valley City State University as the new Vice-President for Student Affairs. In this role, Vitaliano replaced Mr. Glen Schmalz who resigned his position earlier this year.
Valley City Public Works released its Annual Drinking Water Quality Report this month, which studied the cityâ€™s drinking water from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 in 2011.
â€śIâ€™m pleased to announce that our drinking water is safe and meets federal and state requirements,â€ť water treatment plant manager Wade Hesch said in the report.
The North Dakota Department of Health has found that Valley Cityâ€™s drinking water is susceptible to potential contaminants, but claimed the sources of that contamination â€śare no longer identifiable.â€ť
The normally small and quaint lakeside town of Sibley will be busier with locals participating in games and activities Saturday during Sibley Days. Ruth Eberle, who helps coordinate the event, said she hopes everyone can make it for a day of family fun.
The annual event, which will take place at the Sibley crossing, will begin at 10 a.m. with a craft and flea market outside The Fishtank, a bar and restaurant in Sibley. Eberle said anyone can participate in the market.
â€śYou can show up that morning and thatâ€™s just fine,â€ť she said. â€śYou donâ€™t have to register.â€ť
â€śRally for the Cureâ€ť tomorrow
The Valley City Town and Country Club will be hosting the â€śRally for the Cureâ€ť golf tournament Wednesday.
The tournament is a two-person scramble starting at noon. The $50 fee includes 18 holes, muffins, door prizes, dinner, a $20 donation to Susan G. Komen For the Cure, and more.
There will also be a quilt raffle in conjunction with the event.
To register call Susan Jorissen at 840-0165 or Debb Bjornson at 840-1088, or visit events.rallyforthecure.com/VCTCC.
Ladies golf results
June 20 Ladies Golf at Country Club
At 6 feet, 6 inches tall, Ty Buttrey stands well over his grandmother, Valley Cityâ€™s Jacquette â€śKettaâ€ť Stricklin.
Side by side, Kettaâ€™s head hardly reaches her grandsonâ€™s shoulder.
â€śHe didnâ€™t get the height from me,â€ť she jokes.
His response is more matter-of-fact.
â€śI got the athletic ability from you,â€ť he quickly responds.
Buttrey, who graduated from high school earlier this month in North Carolina, was ranked by Baseball America as the #38 prospect in the Major League Baseball draft, which took place earlier this month.