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Archive - Jul 18, 2013

Doctors, Mercy Reach Agreement

July 18, 2013

Doctors at the Valley City Sanford Clinic have decided to continue their privileges at Mercy Hospital after discussions between the four doctors, clinic operations director Linda Lane and Hospital Administrator Keith Heuser.
Thursday doctors Genevieve Goven, Dave Hochhalter, Misty Anderson and James Buhr met with Heuser and Lane and decided to rescind their resignations of hospital privileges slated for Aug. 1.

Health Department, Social Services One Step Closer to Move

July 18, 2013

City/County Health will likely move into the First Community Credit Union building on Fourth Street, Valley City, later this year, and Barnes County Social Services will likely share the space.
During its regular meeting on Tuesday, Barnes County commissioners voted 3-2 to move forward with the purchase of the building asking that Barnes County State's Attorney look over a purchase agreement before one is entered into.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

Valley City Swings Away at Shanley

July 18, 2013

Valley City took on Shanley last night in two games of fastpitch softball, at home in Valley City. Shanley was playing with a somewhat depleted roster, and, in fact, had to borrow Haley Schnaidt from Valley City to fill out the squad.
Coach Erika Caulkins's team was all long-ball, pulling off two grand slams in the two games, plus several single- and multi-run homers. Danica Diegel was on the rubber for Valley City in game one, and with one exception threw the ball past Shanley batters.

Sanford Doctors Staying in VC

July 18, 2013

Doctors at the Valley City Sanford Clinic will remain in Valley City, despite a decision by four clinic doctors to terminate their privileges at Mercy Hospital as of Aug. 1.
The four doctors who gave notice June 24 were Genevieve Govan, Dave Hochhalter, Misty Anderson and James Buhr.
Tuesday Paulette Amundson, vice president for Sanford Health regional clinics based in Fargo said “the doctors are not leaving the clinic and are working with Mercy Hospital administration to try and resolve the dispute.”

Sons of Norway Hopes to Increase Members

July 18, 2013

The local Sons of Norway is having a membership promotion next week at Valley City Crazy Day.
Elaine Nelson, International Director for the district four Sons of Norway, said, "We want to tell the people what the Sons of Norway organization offers to be a member."
They will have a booth set up at the annual street fair that also celebrates the 45th anniversary of the establishment of the Valley City Sons of Norway branch, Hjemdahl 4-481.

It's Party Time in VC

July 18, 2013

Valley City Commissioner Mary Lee Nielson, along with Sharon Buhr of ON THE MOVE!, and What in the World is Going On are encouraging everybody in town to get out and party with the neighbors at a block party.
From now through October, the group is encouraging neighborhoods throughout Valley City to hold parties in an effort to get to know each other as well as city leaders.
According to Nielson, Valley City is growing, and people "don't really know their neighbors." Holding a block party is a great way to get people together.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.

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