July 28th, 2014
About 150 motorcycles traveled about 150 miles to raise awareness of cancer and raise money for research and the care of terminally ill patients. The ride was for the sixth annual Debbie Gabel Memorial Ride, which was started by Rocky Gabel in 2009 to honor his late wife Debbie who died of ovarian cancer earlier that year.
More in Monday's Times-Record.
North Dakota's Department of Transportation is working to protect I-94 from rising water in Hobart Lake, located at mile marker 285 in rural Barnes County. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
A park ranger will be giving free instructions on canoeing and kayaking on the Sheyenne River 1 p.m., Aug. 9, at Fort Ransom State Park, said Cynthia Henderson, administrative assistant for the park. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
Singles Tournament July 22
Girls 6-8 Singles
1. Breck Sufficool
2. Keira Jankowski
3. Kaidence Harstad
4. Abigail Redfearn
5. Kailee Nielson
Boys 6-8 Singles
1. Will Schwehr
2. Matthew Lahlum
3. Derek Shape
4. Sam Meyer
5. John Olson
Girls 9-10 Singles
1. Asia Barnett
2. Trinity Nelson
3. Hadlee Mathias
4. Madelyn Knight
5. Bryn Didier
Boys 9-10 Singles
1. John Lahlum
2. Jay Kupitz
3. Ethan Bear
4. Treylan Cope
5. Ethan Miller
Girls 11-12 Singles
1. Sharon Michael
2. Allysen Mathias
Valley City 16U softball heads to Bismarck, N.D.â€™s Northern Championships on Wednesday eager to prove that age isnâ€™t everything.
Valley City Legion Post 60, guaranteed a spot in July 30â€™s Class A State Tournament in Wahpeton, N.D. after Thursdayâ€™s 6-5 Regional win over Harvey, secured the East No. 4 seed with Saturdayâ€™s 4-2 consolation quarterfinal loss to Grafton.
Post 60 entered consolation after falling 10-2 to Wahpeton on Thursday.
Grafton forced Wahpeton into a second title game with a 3-1 win, but Wahpeton held on, 8-5, in the finisher.
Wahpeton goes to State No. 1, Grafton No. 2 and Casselton No. 3.
The Sheyenne Valley Community Foundation has awarded its first grants after forming in November of 2013, said Alicia Hoffarth, secretary/treasurer for the foundation board. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
A public informational meeting to discuss options for floodwalls in the first phase of permanent flood protection in Valley City is planned for Tuesday, July 29 at 7 p.m. in the Skoal Room at the Valley City State University Student Center.
During the meeting, engineers from KLJ will present residents with several appearance options for floodwalls that will be located along College Street and Fifth Avenue Southwest. Valley City city officials will also be available to answer questions.
More in Friday's Times-Record.
Valley Plains Equipment defeated Wonder Bar/RTS Shearing, 13-8 and 8-6
Anne Carlson/Cysewski Farms defeated Streeter, 7-6 and 9-8
Shadyâ€™s II defeated Corner Bar, 12-0 and 4-1
FCCU/Iverson/Mid Mach defeated Sanford/Looysen, 16-0 and 6-5
Shadyâ€™s defeated Tapps Lounge, 6-3 and 14-0
Boomerâ€™s/Wendels defeated Allied Agronomy, 10-2 and 7-6
IDK defeated Frontier Fort, 14-3 and 15-0
Up 6-5 in the bottom of the seventh with two outs, Harvey Post 28â€™s Shawn Kourajian on second and Trevor Schimke on third in Thursdayâ€™s Class A East Regional opener, Chase Carpenter struck out Brian Fike on three straight pitches for the save, a matchup with top seed Wahpeton and a guaranteed spot in July 30â€™s State Tournament in Wahpeton, N.D.
â€śWe rolled in like conquistadors,â€ť said Legion Post 60 assistant coach Erick Counts of Post 60â€™s marauding spirit coming into Regionals. â€ś[Valley City head coach Kyle] Roelfsema shaved his mustache like a conquistador.â€ť