Archive - Apr 24, 2013
On April 3, students from the Student Nurse Organization, Dakota Nursing Program, in Valley City, donated a temporal thermometer to the Medical-Surgical staff at Mercy Hospital, recognizing the help they have received from the hospital.
Proceeds from SNO fundraising activities this past school year have also gone towards defraying the medical costs of a local cancer survivor and participating in the Christmas Giving Tree sponsored by Dacotah Bank of Valley City.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record
Valley City paleontologist Alan Komrosky Tuesday said he continues to seek a buyer for his triceratops.
Komrosky said he is working on a deal to sell the skeleton, but â€śbut until they sign on the line you can't tell. I've been trying to get it done for eight years.â€ť
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Valley City Little League will hold a fundraiser on Thursday, April 4 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Stoudt Ross Ford in Valley City.
The group will serve brats, chips, dessert and a drink. The minimum donation will be $5.
In the event of inclement weather, food will be served in the showroom.
By Bonnie Jo Hanson
Harvey Hochhalter (left) listens as EMTs Sarah Hass and Matt Miller show how the LIFEPAK 15 helped save Hochhalter's life during a recent heart attack.
When Valley City Resident Harvey Hochhalter had a heart attack earlier this month, a Barnes County ambulance was on hand within minutes and new technology on that ambulance may possibly have saved his life, or at the very least saved him from a lot of heart damage. For more information about new technology used by the Barnes County Ambulance, read Wednesday's Times-Record.
In an effort to raise awareness on environmental responsibility, Valley City State University hosted its second annual Earth Day Festival Monday evening at the Bubble.
The festivities, which last all week, are organized by the university and its environmental task force.
Originally scheduled at the Medicine Wheel Park, the event was moved to VCSU's Osmon Fieldhouse due to inclement weather.
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.