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Local Girl Scouts Go to Camp

July 3, 2013

Valley City Girl Scouts got a feel for Survivor Island, like the television show, June 19 and 20 at Camp Tonweya by the Valley City National Fish Hatchery. Read more about the activities they did and their adventure with severe weather in Friday's Times-Record.

Doctor Could Rescind Resignation

July 3, 2013

Four Valley City Sanford Clinic doctors have resigned their Mercy Hospital privileges as of Aug. 1 due to changes at the hospital making it more difficult to serve patients, said Dr. Misty Anderson Wednesday.
The four doctors who gave notice June 24 were Genevieve Govan, Dave Hochhalter, Anderson and James Buhr.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

Grant May Help Rural Residents Get Connected

July 3, 2013

A U.S. Department of Agriculture grant may be the biggest remaining thing standing between rural Valley City and broadband Internet connections.
Tom Steinolfson, network manager for BEK Communications, asked for and received support from the Barnes County Commission Tuesday in obtaining a USDA Broadband Community Connect Grant with which to build a rural broad band network.
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Possible Fix for Health Department Space Woes

July 3, 2013

The City-County Health District needs more space, which they may soon have. During a regular meeting of the Barnes County Commission on Tuesday, commissioners agreed to consider purchasing the First Community Credit Union building on Fourth Street in Valley for the City-County Health District.
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.

VCSU Expanding Graduate Offerings

July 3, 2013

Valley City State University will start offering two additional areas of concentration ― elementary education and English education ― in its online master of education program.
VCSU limits its master's degree programs to online, “and a master of education is the only one we offer. We are offering two different options,” said a VCSU marketing and communications employee Tuesday.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

VCSU Hires Retention, Diversity Coordinator

July 3, 2013

A new Valley City State University employee aims to help students be successful at the university in a couple different ways. As the new retention/diversity and inclusion coordinator, Nadja Johnson, Ph. D., who was hired in January, will focus on both retention and inclusion to make the campus more supportive for all students.
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Hi-Liner girls tennis opened their season indoors at Eastern Dakota Conference rival Grand Forks...
Valley City State softball ascended to first in the North Star Athletic Association standings with...
Hi-Liner baseball split a pair of late-inning dramatics Thursday night at Tornado Alley in Oakes, N...

 

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