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Archive - Mar 22, 2013

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Accident Causes Life-Threatening Injuries

March 22, 2013

The North Dakota Highway Patrol reported a roll-over accident Wednesday on I-94 west of Valley City that resulted in life-threatening injuries for two individuals.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record.

Foster Parents Needed for Service Dogs

March 22, 2013

Service Dogs of America needs volunteers to foster future service dogs, teach them basic manners, and help them become socialized before they are placed with disabled people.
The organization needs foster parents who can provide love and affection and help the puppies become comfortable in a variety of settings.
SDA provides service dogs that aid their partners in a variety of ways including with mobility and in medical emergencies.
For more about fostering an SDA puppy, read Friday's Times-Record.

BC Short of Day Care Providers

March 22, 2013

Barnes County is experiencing a shortage of licensed and self-declared daycare providers. Licensed and self-declared daycare providers play an important role in the community.
As the community continues to grow, so does the need for quality providers.
Please contact Dana Lindemann, Barnes County Daycare Licensor, at 845-8521, to find out more information on becoming a licensed or self-declared daycare provider.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record.

VC Fairly Safe From Flooding

March 22, 2013

The National Weather Service Grand Forks office Thursday issued an updated spring flooding prediction for the Sheyenne River at Valley City.
Chances are slight for spring flooding.
Predictions for flooding in Fargo are much different. Residents along the Red River in Fargo and neighboring Moorhead, Minn., should prepare for one of the top five floods in their history.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record

Floods and Droughts

March 22, 2013

After two recent years of record-breaking floods in the area, it may seem like the future of Valley City looks very wet, but according to two local women, a drought may be just as likely, although predictions can change rapidly.
World Water Day is observed March 22 as an effort to raise awareness on water issues. Jean Legge, former science teacher at Litchville Marion High School, and local water advocate Madeline Luke, both say that while the future of water in the area may be uncertain, the area should prepare for extreme weather events — whether it's a flood or drought.

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