Archive - 2013
Thereâ€™s a common misconception that every home-schooled child belongs to an Amish sect, baking bread for their lunch with grain they milled themselves. They ride their horse-drawn buggies to town with their parents and eight siblings as they hide behind the brim of their bonnets and shun society.
Modern puritanical bliss.
Yes, I may have had an affinity for prairie-style skirts at one point in my life, but it surely wasnâ€™t my motherâ€™s doing. I blame Laura Ingalls Wilder for that.
I was homeschooled until eighth grade.
The Whoever Can Come Band played in one of their many jam sessions Saturday at the Barnes County Historical Society Museum. The band, as the name suggests, allows whoever can come to jam with them every other Saturday.
â€śItâ€™s just a group of people that get together because they enjoy having jam sessions with each other, just jamming and playing music,â€ť coordinator Mel Olstad said. â€śItâ€™s been in existence for a number of years now, I would guess probably at least a dozen years.â€ť
For the first time, Valley Cityâ€™s Eagle Aerie will host a special event to benefit the American Cancer Society â€“ the â€śHere Comes The Sun, Tonightâ€™s Dream .. Tomorrowâ€™s Hope Gala, said Rod Grafing, one of the organizers.
Grafing said the event is scheduled to run 6:30 p.m. to midnight March 16.
Hilde van Gijssel, the main planner for the event, said Friday, â€śBarnes County has long been hosting the Relay for Life and Daffodil Days, and over the last couple of years we figured there was space in this town to do something different (along with both traditional events).â€ť
VC girls 64, GF Central 55
Friday at the HAC
GFC 23 22 â€” 55
VC 23 41 â€” 64
GFC: Angelica Medrano 12, Taylor Hammer 12, Britni Hart 11, Katarina Reller 11
VC: Dierra Diegel 21, Jessica Denholm 15, Claire Olson 11
VC girls 58, Davies 55
Saturday at the HAC
GFC 28 27 â€” 55
VC 27 31 â€” 58
GC: Kinsey Papachek 14, Alexis Bolstad 13
VC: Jessica Denholm 11, Claire Olson 10, Dierra Diegel 10
By Scott Schlaufman
Grand Forks Central 63, Valley City Boys 57
Friday in Grand Forks
GFC 27 36 â€” 63
VC 29 28 â€” 57
GFC: Killian Gause 24, Samuel Flaagan 20
VCHS: Chase Carpenter 24, Mason Denholm 11
Fargo Davies 83, Valley City boys 69
Saturday at the HAC
Dav. 33 50 â€” 83
VC 38 31 â€” 69
Dav: Tanner Kretchman 38, David Olson 17
VC: Chase Carpenter 40, Jared Lentz 17
By Scott Schlaufman
Over the last several years, Valley City High School senior Chase Carpenter has been one of the team's most consistent scorers.
Jamestown 42, Valley City 36
Friday at Jamestown High School
In match order
170- Eathan Gumke, J, pinned Chrstian Swenson 1:24
182- Triston Shipley, J, def. Dustin Lindgren 6-1
195- Jordan Magnuson, VC, pinned Colin Crabtree 2:38
220- Cullen Goter, J, pinned Wyatt Bjornson, :22
285- Steven Horner, VC, pinned Mark Reynolds, :26
106- Cole McGough, VC, pinned Kane Barnick 3:02
113- Logan Erlandson, VC, pinned NicDilallo 1:02
120- Paxton Mewes, J, won by default
126- Jakob Ashline, VC, pinned Kyle Dupre :43
132- Jarden Horsted, J, pinned Jonathon Langer 1:37
I am on a quest to find out. Maybe you, the Valley City Times Record readers can assist me.
I was the passenger as that husband of mine drove us home. Lately weâ€™ve been traveling on short trips to and fro so not to get depressed. We are living proof that if you just keep moving your mind canâ€™t hijack your joy. While he drives â€“ I wonder. Bet you never knew I did that, did ya?
The Kiwanis Club of Jamestown is looking for donations and volunteers for its third Kids Against Hunger food packaging event to be held in March.
The event will take place on March 2, at the Buffalo Mall in Jamestown. Event co-chair Janna Bergstedt hopes to raise $30,000 and have 250 volunteers to package meals for those less fortunate.
The Valley City Fire Department will hold their annual smoker Friday evening at the Veterans of Foreign Wars club in Valley City.
The annual fundraiser starts at 6 p.m. and the entrance fee is $10.
â€śWe try to put the money (raised) towards certain equipment we need, smaller items like flashlights and small tools, something that we need that we use quite often,â€ť Fire Chief Gary Retterath said. â€śJust so we can keep up with the equipment, make sure we have the equipment we need.â€ť
During the smoker, the VCFD does raffles and sells bacon, ham, groceries and guns.
â€śWhat is man without the beasts? If all the beasts were gone, man would die from a great loneliness of spirit. For whatever happens to the beats also happens to the man. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the earth also befalls the sons of the earth.â€ť
The words were written by a North American Indian and posted on the gate of a large beef ranch. Dr. Gerald Stokka, veterinarian and North Dakota State University Extension livestock stewardship expert, used it as an example of why dairy farmers need to practice good stewardship during the regional Dairy Cow College.