Archive - Jun 4, 2013
For the first time Valley City's Sheyenne Valley Soap Box Derby planned for Saturday will be run by the new Sheyenne Valley Soap Box Derby Club.
People can support the club financially this year by buying ducks for the â€śDucking Down the Sheyenneâ€ť raffle. On June 15 during the annual Rally in the Valley event, "ducks" will be dropped off the footbridge at City Park. The top 10 ducks will receive Chamber or Commerce bucks. The first place winner will receive $500 worth of Chamber bucks.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Valley City Times-Record.
The occupant of an apartment on Central Avenue South received minor burns and the apartment was heavily damaged in a fire early Sunday morning, said Valley City Fire Chief Gary Retterath.
Valley City firefighters responded to the fire at 3:42 a.m., and discovered the fire in an upstairs apartment in a bedroom of the rental house.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Spring planting has been hindered by rain, but is still near complete.
According to North Dakota State University Extension Service Agent for Barnes County Randy Grueneich, quite a few area farmers are finished planting corn and are down to planting beans and sunflowers. Statewide, corn planting is about 84 percent complete, compared to 100 percent this time last spring when weather was warm and dry.
Read more in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Valley City Parks and Recreation began its summer youth activities Monday. Activities include baseball, tennis, golf, swimming lessons and track for youth of all ages in the area.
Recreation manager Amy Pederson said registration is still open for some events, and people can still register for events already started for a $10 late fee. She said to stop by the Rec Center or call (701) 845-3294 to register.