Archive - 2014
Valley City is known for its bridges, and many of the bridges that cross the Sheyenne River have unique components that make them iconic. The Rainbow Bridge on East Main Street, which was rebuilt in 2004 for safety reasons, is one of the few rainbow arch bridges still in use in the U.S. today.
The new Rainbow Bridge, which replaced the Rainbow Arch Bridge, was dedicated almost 10 years ago.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
The Sheyenne Valley Community Foundation received its official 501c3 status from the IRS, a major achievement that allows contributions to be tax deductible. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
The 2014 Stuff a Truck With Holiday Spirit collected 4,498 food items and $1,267.67 in cash donations by the time the annual drive was completed by 3 p.m. Thursday, said Angela Van Bruggen, Valley City High School student council advisor and social studies and math teacher. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
Bull riders from the area and nationwide competed in Valley City at the Duel in the Dirt bull riding finals at the North Dakota Winter Show this weekend. The event featured riders from various summer bull riding events.
Justin Stringer, of 5 Star Bucking Bulls, which organized the event, said the finals featured riders from the Sanborn, Steele, Litchville, Sibley and Williston bullaramas as well as some invited stars.
Duel in the Dirt Finals Event Standings:
1. Zac Peterson, Velva, N.D. - 166 pts
2. Amos Yoder, Alden, Iowa - 156.5 pts
Three first-half turnovers put the Viking football team in a hole it couldn't dig out of Saturday during the first round of the NAIA Football Championship Series.
The Vikings trailed top-ranked Carroll College 35-0 at halftime en route to a 49-0 season-ending loss as a great season did not end the Vikings' way.
A Valley City man is in jail facing domestic battery, firearms and drug paraphernalia charges after a Thursday night incident.
Who says all your sides have to be savory? Pears, honey, and baked sweet potatoes can go a long way next to stuffing and turkey. Try these recipes for a well-balanced holiday spread.
The Valley City State University Booster Board and Alumni Board invite alumni, fans and friends of Viking Athletics to attend a watch party Saturday, Nov. 22 starting at 12:30 p.m. at the Valley City Country Club.
Fans will be able to watch the Viking football playoff game which kicks off at 1 p.m. CST. The Booster and Alumni board willÂ provide chili.Â
Come out to cheer on the Viking football team as they take on Carroll College in the first round of the NAIA playoffs. If you can't make it to the watch party, below are several ways to follow the game live.
Those looking to stay in Valley City for Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping can shop at some stores here that are hosting sales and specials. More in Friday's Times-Record.
Valley City State University's Vangstad Hall will be closed through July of 2015 as $3.45 million in renovations are completed. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.