Archive - Feb 28, 2013
During the late morning hours of Feb. 28, two male suspects took an undetermined amount of cash after forcibly entering the American Legion in Valley City, Valley City Police Chief Fred Thompson said in a news release.
"Once inside the building the two suspects checked the register for money and after finding none, located the safe," the release said. "The two suspects then forcibly broke into the safe and removed an undetermined amount of cash."
The Valley City Police Department is investigating the burglary and have no suspects in custody.
Valley City's South Central Adult Services is seeking people interested in serving as volunteer senior companions, said Dolly Hoelmer, outreach worker for Valley City's adult services operation.
Hoelmer said Valley City now has three senior companions, who each receive a stipend of $2.55 per hour to help people in need.
More in Thursday's issue of the Valley City Times-Record.
The Valley City State University Alumni Association is using social media and events to increase interaction and communication with VCSU alumni.
VCSU senior and intern Dillan Ostrom is heading the project that allows alumni to get involved by posting pictures of their pets, answering a question of the week and watching videos of campus updates and improvements.
Kim Hesch, assistant director for advancement and alumni relations, said the alumni foundation wants to keep alumni more involved and keep them aware of what's going on.