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VCPS Contributes to Charlie Brown Project

September 12, 2012

During Tuesday night's regular Valley City School Board meeting, Val Moritz spoke of the joy she's experienced watching baseball games at Charlie Brown Memorial Field.
"You talk about a piece of Americana," said Moritz, a member of the school board. "Sitting up there watching a baseball game on a summer night and a train goes over the Hi-Line Bridge — it doesn't get any better than that."

9-13 Local Digest

September 12, 2012

9-13 local digest
NDOA Names HOF Inductees
The North Dakota Officials Association (NDOA) announces the inductees to the 2012-13 Hall ofFame as determined at its recent Board of Directors Meeting.  The inductees will be recognized and receive awards at various North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) events during the 2012-13 school year.

State Reports Crash Data

September 12, 2012

The North Dakota Department of Transportation recently released the “2011 North Dakota Crash Summary” and the numbers are fairly grim.

“It’s getting worse,” Kasey Skalicki, Safe Communities coordinator with the Valley City-Barnes County Health District, said Tuesday. “In 2011 we had 148 motor vehicle deaths, which is 43 more than in 2010. We have been increasing steadily this year, we’re way ahead of time.”

Skalicki said seat belts and sober driving would have saved many of the lives lost on North Dakota roads in 2011 and 2012.

Out With the Old... Demolition Date Set For Old North Valley Bridge

September 12, 2012

The old North Valley Bridge is set for demolition on Sept. 17 after serving the residents of Valley City and north central Barnes County, as well as thousands upon thousands of visitors to Lake Ashtabula over the past several decades.

The last vehicles crossed the bridge on the afternoon of Aug. 16, when traffic was then permanently switched over to the new, $2.4 million North Valley Bridge, built along the east side of the existing bridge.

Open Door Center Residents Keep Busy With Vehicle Wash

September 12, 2012

For just $30, Valley City residents can have their vehicles cleaned, inside and out, by residents of the Open Door Center, which is a local organization that provides day, residential and vocational services for individuals with disabilities including children and adults with developmental disabilities, adults with mental illness and people with a traumatic brain injury.

The car wash program is run through a nonprofit company called Nish, which specializes in finding work for people with disabilities.

5 Star Bucking Bulls/Christensen Trucking won three of four games against YO 11 Tavern 94 won three...
Fairhill Properties won all four against a ghost Dazey Auto Body won three of four against Bettin’s...
Hi-Liner volleyball became Valley City Optimist Tournament champions for the first time on Saturday...

 

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