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Sheyenne Shuffle Changes Course with 10K

August 13, 2012

The Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway know is a beautiful place and every year, the Sheyenne Valley Shuffle gives runners a chance to see that beauty up close.
"That's what we talk about with the runners when they go on the bus," said race director Mary Lee Nielson. "They talk about the byway."
But this year, the race is changing its format and will give runners a chance to see a different stretch of the byway than in previous years.

VCHS football gets back to work

August 13, 2012

It's 9 a.m. Saturday, and, for the most part, Valley City is a quiet place.
Except, that is, on the practice field at Hanna Field, where the silence of the morning is broken by the sounds of whistles and shoulder pads making contact at full speed. A reminder that football season isn't far off.
Saturday's practice ended the first week of training for the Valley City High School football team, which has been running two-a-days since starting practice Wednesday.

Stoney Run to Play at Courthouse

August 13, 2012

The final evening of music at the courthouse is on Wednesday, August 15 at 7:15 p.m. featuring Stoney Run, a bluegrass band from SE North Dakota. Come early to enjoy ice cream floats provided by the Bridges Arts Council.

Stoney Run has been performing for four years in the region.
 Performances have included the Band Shell Concert Series in Valley City, the Fort Ransom Bluegrass Festival, and the Missouri River Bluegrass Festival at Cross Ranch State Park.  Two selections from the group are included on the 2011 Bluegrass Association of North Dakota’s B.A.N.D. Sampler recording. 

Gravity Outlet Possibly Shelved

August 13, 2012

A proposal to route some Stump Lake water into a gravity-flow outlet into the Tolna coulee and onto the Sheyenne River may be shelved as a result of rising cost estimates for the structure.

Valley City Mayor Bob Werkhoven said Friday, “We’re very pleased with the (board’s) decision. We are happy that happened.”

Werkhoven said a gravity-flow outlet from Stump Lake into the coulee “would have increased sulfates into the water and we (Valley City) would have to spend more at the water plant to remove them.”

Nonstop Flights to Denver to Resume in Fargo

August 13, 2012

Travelers looking for a low-cost way to get to a major airport hub can now fly out of Fargo’s Hector International Airport through Frontier Airlines.

Frontier Airlines will resume nonstop service between its Denver, Colo. hub and Fargo, with three weekly nonstop flights beginning Nov. 16.

The Denver-based discount airline will operate on spacious 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft, which will reduce the flight time and offer more customer amenities, including 30 channels of DirecTV service available at every seat.

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