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Duske Named 5th NSAA Player of the Week

February 5, 2014

Valley City State’s Aaron Duske is the fifth North Star Athletic Association Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, the NSAA announced Monday.

Duske, the 6-foot-4 senior guard from Buffalo Minn., averaged 20 points, six rebounds, two assists, 1.5 blocks and .5 steals per game as VCSU split a pair of NSAA conference home games with a 71-69 loss to rival Jamestown on Jan. 29 and an 88-63 win over Dakota State on Saturday.

Taylor, Lindgren, Berg and Meyer Sign

February 5, 2014

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Valley City High School seniors Madison Taylor, Dustin Lindgren, Austin Berg and Austen Meyer appeared at the Hi-Liner Activity Center Wednesday afternoon, in honor of National Signing Day, to finalize their collegiate letters of intent.

Taylor, an outside hitter, will attend and play volleyball for Lake Region State College in Devils Lake, N.D. Lindgren, a fullback/linebacker, signed with Valley City State football, pitchers Berg and Meyer with Viking baseball.

Crump Graduates From VSO Trial

February 5, 2014

Barnes County Commissioners voted 3-2 Tuesday to end Veterans Service Officer Scott Crumps six-month trial period and hire him on as a permanent employee after rejecting a recommendation by Commissioner Phil Leitner to extend the probationary period. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Relay for Life Names Co-Chairs

February 5, 2014

Barnes County Relay for Life co-chairs this year are Lisa McCulloch and Rad Nicholson of Valley City. The two have each been involved in the Relay separately in the past, and are heading this year's event, which has some changes in store.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Faith Lutheran: First Steps to New Building

February 5, 2014

Faith Lutheran Church will rebuild after fire destroyed its Valley City home in October. The congregation has taken some of the first steps toward that end by starting the process of hiring an architect to start planning a new structure.

The congregation plans to rebuild on its current site and salvage what it can of the former building, said Tory Hart. While the building was virtually destroyed, some of the oldest stained-glass windows were salvageable, said Hart, and some of the old fellowship hall my be salvaged, if only the footings.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Lady Hi-Liners Wrangle Red River

February 5, 2014

Grand Forks Red River gave Valley City all they could handle Tuesday night as they dominated the rebound game and built a 30-23 halftime lead, but five Hi-Liners stepped up to score in double figures and Valley City took a 50-49 lead with two minutes remaining en route to a 54-53 win.

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