Archive - 2014
The fence around the Barnes County jail exercise area can be repaired as long as it costs no more than $5,000. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Arc Thrift Shop employees and board members want the community to know that their store is not a place to leave garbage. Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Hi-Liner miscues and Arlana Prostâ€™s 14 digs and six kills powered visiting Fargo Davies over Valley City, 3-0 (25-15, 25-10, 25-12), in Tuesday nightâ€™s Eastern Dakota Conference opener.
Davies led 11-7 and 22-15 in the first set, and the second set carried the trend with an early 12-4 Eagle lead.
Read this story in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Valley Cityâ€™s first win of the season, Tuesdayâ€™s 7-2 home defeat of Wahpeton, will really help them feel at home when Regionals rolls around.
â€śAfter a strong showing in Doubles, the Singles had me worried,â€ť Hi-Liner head coach Matt Nielson said. â€śNo. 1 and No. 3 Singles were both blowouts, but every other match had spots where the match could go either way. This is a big win for us as it gives us an opportunity to get out of the play-in match and guarantees us home court advantage in case we are in the play-in match.â€ť
Dalton Ondracek beat Kylar Jawaski, 6-1, 6-2.
(From left) Kristi Anderson, Cathryn Stillings knit while Mari Anne Williams spins wool at the Barnes County Historical Museum Friday. Williams began spinning wool about seven years ago. Friday, she spun yarn from the wool of a sheep in Pelican Rapids, Minn. that the ladies have all met. Before it can be used for yarn, the wool must be cleaned and "carded" or brushed.
Valley City State Universityâ€™s Prairie Waters Education and Research Center has received a $9,900 grant from the North Dakota Natural Resources Trust to start a wetlands education program for North Dakota high schools. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Autumn is soon here signaling a change of colors, harvest and back to school. Itâ€™s also time for the semi-annual Sodbuster Days at Fort Ransom State Park on Sept. 6-7. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Dalton Ondracek picked up a Singles win before he and Brandon Miller scored a Doubles win in Thursdayâ€™s non-conference trip to Jamestown, but the Blue Jays took the match, 7-2.
â€śWe have three new players to tennis this year who are playing Varsity: Riley Miller, Collin White and Hunter Burchill,â€ť Valley City head coach Matt Nielson said. â€ś[In] each match, these three played their best match to date. Iâ€™m impressed with all threeâ€™s attitudes, coachability and belief that they can win the next point.â€ť
Read this story in Tuesday's Times-Record.
If you thought Valley City was in trouble at Dickinson on Friday night, you havenâ€™t met these Hi-Liners.
Down 14-0 in the second quarter of a game delayed by bus trouble, Valley City scored three times in the second half off three Midget fumbles and held for the upset at Dickinson Stateâ€™s Fisher Field.
â€śIt was guts, especially with a 2A team playing a 3A team,â€ť Hi-Liner head coach Scott Roehrich said. â€śThey manhandled us last year [a 48-0 Midget opener at Hanna Field], but these were not the same two teams playing as last year.â€ť
Hi-Liner cross country ran in the six-team VCSU Cross Country Meet on Friday and came away with several strong performances.
Eighth-grader Mikayla Wolla won the Girls Junior Varsity division as the JV girls took the title.
Mikaylah Ross won the girlsâ€™ varsity division race, and the girls placed 2nd as a team.
Casey Engelhard was again the Hi-Liner boys Varsity leader in sixth place as the team took third.
Jack Jordan ran a near-two-minute Junior Varsity personal record.
Valley City heads to Cooperstown on Saturday, Sept 6.
Girls JV 3k