September 22nd, 2014
Barnes County will repair 500-pound plus granite steps at the courthouse that are beginning to sag, possibly creating a safety concern, despite complications. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
5 Star Bucking Bulls/Christensen Trucking won three of four games against YO 11
Tavern 94 won three of four games against K&S Carpet Cleaning
Enterprise and City Lights split, 2-2
J&S Marketing split with Pizza Corner, 2-2
High Team Game
K&S Carpet Cleaning 1,124
High Team Series
J&S Marketing 3,136
High Indiv. Game
Jim Korf 247
High Indiv. Series
Jim Korf 692
Fairhill Properties won all four against a ghost
Dazey Auto Body won three of four against Bettinâ€™s Greenhouse
Farmers Union Insurance won three of four against Dacotah Bank
High Indiv. Game
Cheryl Olson 202
High Indiv. Series
Janell Becker 460
High Team Game and Series
Fairhill Properties 740 and 2087
Cheryl Olson 158
Jeri Blaufuss 155
Janell Becker 151
Farmers Union 9-3
Fairhill Properties 9-3
Dazey Auto Body 8-4
Dacotah Bank 5-7
Hi-Liner volleyball became Valley City Optimist Tournament champions for the first time on Saturday with six sweeps in seven matches, after which senior middle hitter Claire Olson made the Optimist Tournament Team.
Valley City defeated Northern Cass, 2-0 (25-13, 25-19).
Valley City defeated Carrington, 2-0 (25-19, 25-18).
Valley City defeated Oakes, 2-0 (25-18, 25-22).
Valley City defeated Sargent Central, 2-1 (23-25, 25-20, 15-10).
Valley City def. Mayville-Portland CC 2-0 (25-19, 25-22).
Valley City defeated Larimore, 2-0 (25-18, 25-18).
Nate Rodriguez and Lucas Jury ran for touchdowns and Jared Lentz threw another against No. 3 Wahpeton at home on Friday night, but this one was for the dogs as Husky junior quarterback Carson Zarak threw two scores and ran for three more in a 42-18 win.
Valley City opened with a 70-yard drive that Rodriguezâ€™s four-yard touchdown run completed, but Wahpeton junior running back Tyler Wohlers picked up three yards for a score, Zarak one yard for another with senior wide receiver Zach Bellmoreâ€™s two-point catch, and a 14-6 lead through the first stanza.
Mikaylah Ross and Casey Engelhard both had eighth-place finishes in their varsity races at the Valley City Bill Jansen Blue White Invite Cross Country Meet. The conditions turned windy, rainy, and sloppy for the varsity races, but still some decent times were posted on the day.
That South Border Kuntz kid sure plays a mean football.
One-hundred eighty-five pound senior running back Brayden Kuntz scored two of his four touchdowns in the span of a minute in the fourth quarter at LaMoureâ€™s Townsend Field on Friday to give the No. 5 Homecoming Region 1 rival Loboes their first loss, 32-26.
A scammer has been calling area residents claiming to represent Valley City Public Utilities and demanding credit card payment to keep the resident's power on. This is a scam, according to Valley City Police Chief Fred Thompson, that has been attempted in other parts of the country.
According to Lori Glaser of Valley City Public Utilities, several notices are sent out before turning off power to customers. Valley City Public Utilities never calls customers to demand payment.
Meeting Tuesday, Barnes County Commissioners voted 3-1 to build a communication tower it will share with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
Between 50 and 60 people attended a BEK Communications combination question and answer session and open house from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at its office in Valley City's Regional Technology Center, 415 Winter Show Road. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.