October 27th, 2014
A mother and daughter teamed up to host a fashion show and help the Valley City Hi Lites Dance Team. The Thursday evening show at Sabir's featured girls from the team, coached by Megan Gilbertson, and other women from the community modeling clothing and accessories from the Catwalk Boutique inside Central Hair Studio, owned by Megan's mom Ona Barnett. More in Monday's Times-Record.
Goblins and witches will be welcome Halloween evening at Valley City State University's McCoy Hall for a Trick-or-Treating event Thursday, Oct. 31. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. has made available 30 to 40 acres of land it owns in Spiritwood Township it believes would be perfect to house people who will construct a $3 billion CHS nitrogen fertilizer plant near the Stutsman/Barnes County border. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
There was plenty of Barnes County representation at Saturday's State Cross Country Meets at Souris Valley Golf Course in Minot.
Valley City took 17th of 20 Class A Girls 4k teams with 532 points and 20th of 20 in the Class A Boys 5k with 793 points.
Barnes County North's girls came 20th of 39 Class B 4k teams with 681 points, the Bison boys 35th of 40 Class B 5k teams with 951 points.
Leave it to a Hi-Liner-Squirrels game to be as nutty as possible.
Noah Knutson, Central Cassâ€™s 5-foot, 10-inch senior running back in his first-ever football appearance, returned a pair of kickoffs for scores, caught a touchdown pass and powered for another on the ground at Hanna Field on Friday to help fifth-place Central Cass escape a 16-6 hole and take the fourth and final AA East seed from third-place Valley City, 40-32.
VIDEO: Student opens fire at a Washington state high school
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A student opened fire at a high school in Washington state on Friday, wounding an unknown number of victims before killing himself with a gun, the Seattle
The North Dakota University Systemâ€™s VCSU Presidential Search Committee has been informed that finalist Daniel Shipp has withdrawn from consideration for the VCSU presidency. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education plans to interview the remaining finalist, Tisa Mason, on the VCSU campus the morning of Oct. 30. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
An eight-month long effort to update the Barnes County Multi-hazard Mitigation Plan is nearly complete, with a goal for Barnes County commissioners to approve the draft plan on Nov. 4. More in Friday's Times-Record.
Mark Cox is lucky to be alive, his doctors say, after a motorcycle accident this summer. While the Berlin, N.D., man made a quick recovery, he still has medical bills to pay. His longtime friend Brian Mindt of Valley City organized an "Iron Butt" motorcycle ride, in which riders must successfully ride a certain number miles in a certain amount of time, to raise funds for Mark.
With harvest season in full swing, area motorists need to be wary of farm equipment on the road and farmers need to be courteous when using public roads. More in Friday's Times-Record.