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County-City Feud: Costs Adding Up

April 5, 2013

During a recent meeting of the Barnes County Commission, commissioner Phil Leitner expressed concern with the rising costs involved with the county's separation from Valley City. Times-Record reporter Bonnie Jo Hanson looked at various possible scenarios, and has estimated what it may cost residents of Barnes County to separate from the city.
For the entire story, read Friday's Times-Record.

Anti-Smoking Law Covering Apartments Uncertain

April 5, 2013

Interpretations of whether North Dakota''s initiated law banning smoking within 20 feet of public buildings applies to apartment buildings vary in Valley City.
Vicki Roseneau, tobacco prevention coordinator for the City-County Health District, said the law does not include multi-unit apartment buildings, while Greg Thompson believes it does.
More in Friday's issue of the Times Record

Sen. Heitkamp Comes to VC

April 5, 2013

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp came to Valley City Thursday to talk with local officials and business people about a housing shortage in Valley City, Jamestown, Barnes County and Stutsman County.
Heitkamp said she planned to return to Valley City to talk about the housing shortage, and plans to bring federal regulators on a future visit so they can learn from local residents what regulators can do to lessen the housing shortage.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

CROP Walk Set for April 28

April 5, 2013

Barnes County is gearing up for another CROP Walk for Hunger that remains the longest continuously-running CROP Walk in the nation.
The six-mile annual walk is a fundraiser that benefits the hungry at home and around the world. 
Walkers begin at Our Savior's Lutheran Church parking lot at 1 p.m. and walk for six miles around Valley City. Education stations that teach people about hunger-related issues, are set up in various points long the path.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record

CROP Walk Set for April 28

April 5, 2013

Barnes County is gearing up for another CROP Walk for Hunger that remains the longest continuously-running CROP Walk in the nation.
The six-mile annual walk is a fundraiser that benefits the hungry at home and around the world. 
Walkers begin at Our Savior's Lutheran Church parking lot at 1 p.m. and walk for six miles around Valley City. Education stations that teach people about hunger-related issues, are set up in various points long the path.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record

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