Archive - Jan 2013
E-mail scams are prolific in North Dakota and have begun showing up on police and sheriffâ€™s reports in Valley City and Barnes County.
Special to the Times-Record
The 2013 Snow Week Royalty at Valley City High School are (left to right, back to front): Devon Liljenquist, Kyle Knutson, Steven Horner, Cassidy Wendler, Destiny Winkler and Michaela Scherr.
Activities for Snow Week, Jan. 28-Feb. 2, include a hallway decorating contest and pep rally with coronation at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the Hi-Liner Activity Center.
The First Community Credit Union in Valley City will soon have a new home. Land has been purchased on East Main Street, on the east side of Essentia Health, that will soon be the location of a new building for the bank branch.
Steve Schmidt, president, said they closed on the purchase in December, and â€śour intentions are to break ground this spring.â€ť The company is negotiating right now with a general contractor.
That mother of mine didnâ€™t spank us, whip us, paddle us or slap us. I just remember her baby blues turning boogie-man black with â€śthe look.â€ť You know the look. Your wife probably gives it to you when you leave the toilet seat up. I give that husband of mine the look when heâ€™s talking on the phone to someone and discloses something that shouldnâ€™t have been disclosed. Itâ€™s a spiritually reckoning thing-the look, it is. It is a visual prompt to let you know youâ€™re wrong. People donâ€™t use the look unless there is a wrong lingering near.
I love shoes. Any kind of shoes, sneakers, flats, boots, whatever. But my first love is high heels. I own heels in every color and shape. I have purple stilettos, black wedges, and pink pumps. I own shoes with round toes, flat toes, peep toes, and toes so pointed I had to buy a size larger to accommodate my foot.
My obsession with shoes started early. When I was little, I had foot problems and had to wear ugly orthopedic shoes. I always had two pairs, one in black and one in brown.
Vikings Sweep Dakota State
The Valley City State University basketball teams swept Dakota State University Thursday night in Madison, S.D. The No. 24 Viking men won 63-54 and the No. 25 women won 57-54.
The women had a 29-22 lead at halftime, but allowed a late run by the Trojans to make it a 3-point game. The Viking women shot only 10-34 in the second half and had only four points from Brittany Lehner, who snagged 10 rebounds.
Katie Ralston led Valley City with 17 points and Kelsey Hunter had 10.
When the Valley City High School Hi-Lites dance team readies a routine for state, the end result is usually a product of months of works.
Months of dancing in Valley City's Studio 29 and the Hi-Liner Activity Center. Months of watching tape, looking for the little details. Months of competition, where crucial feedback is given.
But when the Hi-Lites perform their hip hop routine Saturday at the second day of the North Dakota Association of Dance and Drill's State Championships, it will be the first time the routine is done for judging, the results of a late-season audible.
Special to the Times-Record
Nutrition, Heart Disease, Cholesterol and You, a 1-1/2 hour class sponsored by Barnes ON THE MOVE, will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 7, in the Valley City Public School Administration Building, 460 Central Avenue North in Valley City. Everyone is welcome.
The class is free for ON THE MOVE members, $6 for non-members with scholarships available.
Barnes County Parks, primarily Clausen Springs Recreation Area and Little Yellowstone Park made more than $26,000 in revenue in 2012 making it a record year.
A steady stream of people including seniors, adults and children streamed into the Valley City Rotary Clubâ€™s annual Pancake Dinner Tuesday evening at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post.
After diners were initially served a meal of pancakes, sausages, syrup, and a choice of coffee, water or milk, Rotary Club members went table to table offering seconds to those who wanted more, along with pouring coffee.
The meal was served from 5 to 7 p.m.
â€śIt was very successful,â€ť said Dick Gulmon, a community affairs committee member of the Rotary and an organizer of the event.