April 30th, 2014
Barnes County Social Services employees were honored for their work during a Food Stamp (SNAP) Spring Showcase in Bismarck April 1-3, said Candy Huss, office director. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Miller Motors customers gave the dealership a perfect score in sales and service for the first three months of the year. Customers who had done business with the dealership were called and asked questions through the U.S. Top Performing Customer Experience Initiative program.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
VCPR Summer Baseball deadline: Friday, May 2 ($10 late fee after May 2)
Youth Baseball/Softball registration deadline Monday, May 5 ($10 late fee after May 5)
Register online at www.vcparks.com (Fee will appear to be $10 higher, but will be discounted at checkout)
Registration also available during office hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
Phone: (701) 845-3294
Complete brochure at www.vcparks.com
No. 2 seed Valley City State softball faces No. 5 Presentation College, whom the Vikings swept 4-0 in the regular season, at 10:15 a.m. Friday in the first round of this weekendâ€™s double-
elimination North Star Athletic Association/Frontier Conference Tournament in Jamestown.
The softball championship is scheduled for 1 p.m. Sunday, the winner of which moves on the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round.
Valley City State baseball carries a No. 3 seed into Fridayâ€™s 7 p.m. opening round game against No. 4 Dakota State, against whom the Vikings finished 3-1, in Valley City.
Hi-Liner girls tennis was in West Fargo on Tuesday for a cold and windy Eastern Dakota Conference match from which the Packers took a sunny 8-1 win.
â€śWest Fargo took second in the State Tournament last year and didnâ€™t lose any players,â€ť Valley City head coach Matthew Nielson said. â€śTheir top five players are seniors this year. They are a great team, and coach Chad Anderson does a great job with his program. The Packers won their first three EDC matches 9-0, and not only did we give them their first loss to go 8-1, but we also won a set at No. 1 Doubles, No. 2 Doubles and No. 2 Singles.â€ť
Hi-Liner softball appeared to have Tuesday nightâ€™s two-point Eastern Dakota Conference contest against Fargo Shanley won with a 3-1 lead off of senior Paula Andelâ€™s two-out, two-RBI double in the bottom of the sixth, but Deacon sophomore Lauren Rotundaâ€™s two-out, two-strike double brought in two of three seventh-inning Shanley runs for the 4-3 escape.
Shanleyâ€™s win avenged Saturdayâ€™s 11-6 loss to the Hi-Liners in the Detroit Lakes Tournament closer.
High risk sex offender Robert Joseph Schultz, aka Joe Shultz, is registered as living at 230 Second Street in Eckelson as of April 28.
Shultz, 39, was convicted in 2011 of child abuse and neglect after he and his ex-wife played strip poker and truth or dare with two children ages 12 and 13. He allegedly caused a 12-year-old girl to be naked and play games involving nudity and touching. In addition, Schultz was charged with contributing to the deliquency of a minor after causing a 13-year-old boy to exhibit his genitals in a lewd manner and masturbate in front of Schultz.
Registered sex offender Tydise Peltier registered a change of address with the Valley City Police Department.
Peltier's new address is 241 Third Street Southeast in Valley City, as of April 14. He no longer resides at 250 Second Street Southeast, Apt. 250 B, Valley City.
Peltier, 40, is an American Indian. He is a lifetime offender who was determined at moderate risk of re-offending.
He was convicted in 2008 for solicitation of a minor and sexual assault for having sex with a 17-year-old disabled girl whom was determined to be pregnant with his child.
Members of the Valley City High School Hi-Liner Choir did well at Friday's Class A State Vocal Music Contest in Jamestown Friday, receiving nine State Superior Star Ratings and seven Excellent No. 1 Ratings. The school had 16 entries in the contest, and the choir has 60 members. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
A dedication ceremony was held for the new Barnes County North school Monday afternoon. Several guests spoke to students, faculty, staff, parents and more about their new $14.5 million facility that opened this school year.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.