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DAV Seeks Applicants

September 4, 2012

Valley City’s local Disabled American Veterans Chapter is seeking applicants for it’s long-running, twice-a-year scholarship program, said Jim Verwey, a chapter member and Barnes County Veterans Service Officer.

Verwey said Friday the scholarships are reserved for relatives of chapter members – “sons, daughters, grandsons and granddaughters.”

Valley City’s chapter is the Clarence “Tom” Lemley Chapter 24.

Sodbusters to Showcase Early Farm Life

September 4, 2012

Many of today’s farms are equipped with GPS (Global Positioning System)-powered tractors with houses filled with efficiency appliances, like refrigerators and stoves, but it wasn’t always this technologically-advanced.

This weekend, people have the opportunity to see what life was like on a farm during early days during Fort Ransom’s Sodbusters Days held Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Last Show for Rodeo Clown

September 4, 2012

SIBLEY, N.D. – Careers are hard to come by in the rodeo business, but one performer has decided to hang up his nose.

Randy “SlipKnot” Scheidler said backstage at the Dazey Sodbusters Stampede and Bull-A-Rama on Sunday the annual Labor Day celebration would be his last dance in the arena as a rodeo clown. The Cambridge, Minn., native and Sodbusters Stampede veteran said he’s been in the rodeo business for over 30 years.

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