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April 9th, 2014

School District Proposes Program, Staff Cuts to Save Money

April 9, 2014

During a special meeting Monday, the Valley City Public School Board and administrators spoke to an audience of about 150 at the Hi-Liner Activity Center, discussing ways the district could cut $600,000 from the general fund and get its interim balance back up to 10 percent by making cuts to staff and programs.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Schelkoph Named BSA Leader

April 9, 2014

Valley City City Administrator, Dave Schelkoph, has been elected as chairman of the Flickertail District, Boy Scouts of America. Schelkoph has been a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America, Northern Lights Council, for several years in Dickinson, N.D. and most recently in Valley City.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

BC Wildlife Federation Gives Away Car

April 9, 2014

Dave Martin of Wheatland (right), shown here with Barnes County Wildlife Federation president Perry Kapaun, won a new car in the group's annual raffle Saturday. Martin has the option of choosing among several new vehicles or $15,000 cash. He will likely take the cash, Martin said.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

April 8th

Viking Baseball Swept by Jamestown

April 9, 2014

Viking baseball and Jamestown's Tuesday doubleheader at neutral Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. featured a 14-6 slugfest and a 3-0 pitcher's duel, from both of which the Jimmies came away the victors.

Valley City State is now 3-3 in North Star Athletic Association action and 12-21 overall. The Vikings plan to host Dakota State in a 4 p.m. Friday home opener.

Jamestown 14, VCSU 6

Viking Softball Suffers Jamestown Sweep

April 9, 2014

Having weathered several early-season delays since returning from their Tucson, Ariz. Spring Trip, Viking softball kicked off their conference-season-opening doubleheader against the Jimmies Tuesday in the confines of Shelly Ellig Field.

Viking pitching persisted but Jamestown came away with the sweep, taking the first contest 4-1 and the second 3-2 in eight-inning fashion.

The Vikings host Mayville State in a noon-and-2 p.m. doubleheader on Wednesday.

Read this story in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Hi-Liner Girls Hoops Awards

April 9, 2014

Hi-Liner girls basketball held their end-of-the-season awards banquet on Sunday night following a campaign in which they broke the team record for most field goals with 523 in 24 games and set a team record for most steals with 300.

Individual statistical awards

Best Free Throw Percentage
Jessica Denholm, 61

Most Rebounds
Danica Diegel, 172

Most Assists
Claire Olson, 84

Most Steals
Dierra Diegel, 86

Clutch Free Throw Award
Sadie Klingenberg

Awards as voted upon by the team

Most Improved
Brenna Dieterle

Grace Free Members to Perform Passion Play This Weekend

April 8, 2014

Members from Valley City's Grace Free Lutheran Church will perform their third annual Passion Play, which depicts the Easter story, for the community this weekend.

Director Tim Berntson said the play is put on by about 110 church members, who bring their talents together for the production. The show will be held Friday, April 11 at 7 p.m.; Saturday, April 12 at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, April 13 at 5 p.m. in the sanctuary of Grace Free Lutheran Church.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

VCSU Acting Class Shoots Student Film with Actor Josef Cannon

April 8, 2014

Student actors in Jenni Lou Russi’s Advanced Acting class at Valley City State University have been working with Josef Cannon, a former VCSU student and current film actor in Los Angeles, to shoot a student film, “Hel U,” at various locations around campus and near the Hi-Line Bridge.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

VC Rural FD Cleans Syrup Off I-94

April 8, 2014

A tanker truck hauling corn syrup on Interstate 94 left a mess when it cracked open on Interstate 94 in Valley City, said Valley City Fire Chief Gary Retterath. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

April 7th

Meland Sets New VCSU Hammer Throw Record at Wisconsin - La Crosse

April 8, 2014

Valley City State Track & Field opened the outdoor season at University of Wisconsin-La Crosse on Saturday, from which sophomore Jessica Meland emerged with a school-record, 12th-place Hammer Throw toss of 44.85m (147 feet, 2 inches) that beat her former teammate, Amber Volanti, who set the old record in 2012.

Meland wasn’t the only hammer thrower to have a great day: freshmen Mary Roscoe (29.79m; 97 feet, 9 inches) and Kate Roscoe (29.64m; 93 feet, 11 inches) find themselves on the Viking All-Time Performance List after respective sixth- and seventh-place finishes.

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