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Hi-Liner XC Hosts Blue and White Invite

September 23, 2013

Hi-Liner Cross Country hosted the Bill Jansen Blue and White Invite at Bjornson Golf Course on Saturday, an event in which 50 North Dakota teams and over 1,200 runners raced for the crown.

"As this is a State year for the Hi-Liners, teams from all over the state came to Valley City to experience the State Meet course," Valley City Cross Country Coach Brian Engelhard said. "Bismarck High won the Boys' Varsity division, and Century won the Girls' Varsity. The competition was extremely tough, as the best from Class A and B were running together."

Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Service Master Atop Hi-Lo Bowling League

September 23, 2013

Valley City's Hi-Lo Bowling League returned to competition on Sept. 17.

Service Master won four games against Sky Lanes, Bank Forward took four games from Leevers Foods, 20-20 Auto Center went 3-1 against J & S Ladies, and Valley Lumber finished 3-1 against Chrissy Faye Photography.

20-20 Auto Center had the team high score with 798 pins. Bank Forward had the team high across four games with 2287.

Mary Berntson was the single-game individual high scorer with 221. Kandice Nelson was the individual high scorer with 536.

Hi-Liner Volleyball Takes 3rd at Optimist Tournament

September 23, 2013

Hi-Liner volleyball hosted the Optimist Tournament on Saturday, beating Carrington for third place after a loss to LaMoure in tournament play.

Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Power Outage in Southwest Valley City

September 23, 2013

Power went out in southwest Valley City along West Main Street about 3:10 p.m. Monday and still had not been restored by about 3:40 p.m., said Lori Glaser, administrative support employee with Valley City.
Glaser said public works employees responded to the reported outage and were still working on restoring full power at about 3:40 p.m.
"It is still out in parts of the area. A cause has not yet been determined," Glaser said.

Vikings Cage Lions

September 23, 2013

A breezy night at Lokken Stadium became a bitter chill for Trinity Bible College (1-2) as Derek Elliott of Valley City State (2-1) ran for 193 yards and a record five touchdowns to become the Vikings' career and single-game rushing touchdown leader en route to a 66-6 win.

Read this story in Monday's Times-Record.

It's High School Rodeo Time

September 23, 2013

Cowgirls love bling, but do their horses? Vendors selling gear for cowgirls, cowboys and their horses, including plenty of bling, were on hand at the second annual North Dakota High School Rodeo Association rodeo held at the North Dakota Winter Show Saturday and Sunday. Hundreds of junior- and senior-high competitors from schools around the state, including several local youth, competed in bull-riding, roping, and cutting events throughout the weekend.

BC Soliciting Bids on 2 Motorgraders

September 23, 2013

Barnes County Road Superintendent Kerry Johnson will be asking for bids on two new or low mileage motorgraders to replace two that area wearing out.
Last week Barnes County Commissioners authorized Johnson to check out buying two new or low-hour vehicles used to grade gravel roads.
More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

NDDOT Partners With NDHSAA On Seat Belts

September 23, 2013

The North Dakota Department of Transportation and the state Association of Counties Traffic Safety Outreach Program is partnering with the North Dakota High School Activities Association to provide seat belt awareness and distracted driving awareness across the state at athletic events and fine arts productions.
Brian Bubach, assistant to the executive secretary of the Valley City-based NDHSAA, said Friday the association will feature NDDOT messages at post season tournaments, programs and brochures.
More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

SVACA Show Set for Weekend

September 23, 2013

The 46th annual Sheyenne Valley Arts and Crafts Association festival is set for the weekend. Saturday and Sunday are full of planned events and more than 150 vendors are expected to appear, Vicki Busta, coordinator, said Friday.
The show, held in the town of Fort Ransom, will be Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The cost is $2 for adults, $1 for children aged 6-14, and free for preschoolers and younger children. A bazaar and church dinner will be at Standing Rock Lutheran church beginning at 10 a.m., and a community club barbecue will be held at noon in the fire hall.

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