Archive - 2013
A convicted sex offender, who eluded officials for about three weeks after failing to register, was arrested in Valley City Tuesday and is now in the Barnes County Correctional Facility.
Michael Allen Nelson was arrested in a house in southwest Valley City without incident, according to Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin.
Nelson is considered a lifetime high-risk offender who was convicted in 2009 for corruption/solicitation of a minor after having sex with a 14-year-old girl when he was 20.
Barnes County Commissioners Monday rejected a proposed motion to ask incorporated cities to require house number and street numbers, but said they still want things to be easier for first responders and fire departments to respond to emergency calls.
Commissioners rejected the proposed request 3-2, but only in order to seek input from fire departments and first responders on what type of identification they prefer.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Monday and Thursday Farmerâ€™s Market will serve free samples of grilled vegetable kabobs and chicken kabobs on Monday, Sept. 9 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Rosebud Visitorâ€™s Center Parking Lot.Â Pictured above are Sharon Buhr, Licensed Registered Dietitian at Young Peopleâ€™s Healthy Heart Program at Mercy Hospital; Jerdan Ruff, UND Medical Student; and Dr. James Buhr, physician at Sanford Clinic who grilled vegetables last year at the Farmerâ€™s Market.Â Dr.
@ Lisbon Gymnasium
September 3, 2013
Game 1: LaMoure 25, Lisbon 15
Game 2: LaMoure 25, Lisbon 11
Game 3: LaMoure 25, Lisbon 11
Valley City State Football began its annual sale of Gold Cards on Monday.
Gold Cards cost just $15 and qualify the holder for discounts to numerous businesses and restaurants in the Valley City area. Cards can be purchased from any VCSU football player.
On the evening of Sept. 12, the football team will conduct its annual Gold Card Blitz - wearing their jerseys and going door-to-door in the community selling the cards.
All funds raised from the sale of Gold Cards support the VCSU football program.
Valley City State's harriers started the season on top Friday at Valley City Country Club.
The Viking men's cross country team took first place at its home meet, opening the season with a team victory and two individuals finishing in the Top 5.
Read the full article in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Hi-Liner volleyball completed a 4-2 campaign over Labor Day Weekend at the East / West Tournament in Bismarck, losing only to Minot and Jamestown.
Senior setter Jessica Denholm served 53 assists on the weekend. Junior setter / defensive specialist Samantha Coit added six more.
Junior middle hitter Clarisa Olson racked up 33 kills, Senior outside / right hitter Madison Taylor spiked 28 and Dierra Diegel 26.
Senior middle hitter Danica Diegel provided eight blocks, Olson four and Taylor 3.
Olson swooped in for 62 digs, Dierra Diegel 49 and Danica Diegel 47.
Viking volleyball opened its home schedule with a 3-1 victory Monday night over Bismarck State College.
The Vikings (4-7) handed the Mystics (9-1) their first loss of the season, 25-19, 25-17, 20-25, 25-16.
Middle hitter Aurissa Martens led the Vikings with 10 kills and Alley Theroux added eight as VCSU picked up its fourth win of the season and second win in a row.
Stephanie Miller led the Vikings with 20 assists and Anna Neufeld added 15 more. Rachel Hummel totaled seven kills and two blocks.
Bismarck State was led by Madison Deibert with 13 kills.
Hi-Liner football faced a tough opener on Friday night as they hosted Dickinson, a team with 18 seniors â€” among them 10 offensive and defensive linemen, and six wide receivers â€” to Valley City's nine.
Dickinson's senior experience made the difference as the Midgets scored 41 points in the first half en route to a 48-0 win at Hanna Field. The Hi-Liners committed three turnovers â€” a fumble and two interceptions â€” on the night.
Valley City will get a new movie theater by Nov. 1, said Jeremy Zako of Bismarck, who plans to call the theater Cinema Flix.
Jennifer Feist of the Valley City-Barnes County Development Corp. introduced the Bismarck resident to county commissioners Monday morning, at the same time as she asked commissioners to provide a $25,000 grant to help the theater open from development corp. budget.
Commissioners voted 5-0 to provide the requested grant.