October 1st, 2014
Workers from Border States Paving on Tuesday place a new layer of asphalt on Third Avenue Southwest in Valley City. Providing weather cooperated, plans were to also finish paving Fourth Avenue Southwest and a small portion of road near Washington Elementary School on Tuesday.
The third annual Valley City State University Rendezvous will feature a Beatles tribute band Friday, Oct. 17 at the Valley City Eagles Club.
Doors for the 21-and-older show open at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling the VCSU Foundation Office at (701) 845-7203. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Doreen Sayler, owner of the Central Avenue Health Mart Pharmacy, said Tuesday of Measure 7, the initiative which would change North Dakota Pharmacy ownership rules, would increase costs of prescriptions and harm the state's economy. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
[Photo courtesy of Jessica Lammle]
Randy Compson of Valley City, who has raced at Pierre, S.D.â€™s Oahe Speedway with his family for many years, is your Pro Class points champion this season.
Valley Cityâ€™s Running Buddies, coached by the Hi-Liner cross country team, raced at the one-mile Elementary Cross Country Meet at Chautuqua Park on Sept. 22.
1. Stephanie Hoffarth 8:02
2. Carly Goven 8:09
3. Karina Olson 9:45
4. Gianna Stangeland 10:38
5. Tyanna Judd 16:16
1. Abigail Gilbertson 8:52
2. Carmela Stangeland 12:01
1. Jack Ingstad 6:42
Sharon Michael and the Valley City junior high girls, and Mikaylah Ross and the varsity girls, came up winners with four new Hi-Liner new personal records in 80-degree temperatures and a south-southeast wind at Sept. 25â€™s Casselton, N.D. Meet.
â€śWhile the hot and humid weather took its toll on times, the team competed hard and had some outstanding places at this meet,â€ť Hi-Liner head coach Brian Engelhard said. â€śIndividual girls who ran really well and stood out were Jessica Ronning, as well as two that were running in their first varsity races, Mikayla Wolla and Eliza Schueneman.â€ť
The City of Valley City Utilities customers are reminded to apply for energy-efficiency rebates for equipment purchased in 2014.
Thousands of arts and craft enthusiasts converged on Fort Ransom Saturday and Sunday for the 47th annual Sheyenne Valley Arts and Crafts Association Festival, an event that started in the founder's back yard and has grown to include over 200 vendors. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Valley City will have a final block party this weekend â€” open to the whole community. CHI Mercy Health, formerly Mercy Hospital, invites the public to attend a "Community Night Out" complete with food, fun and education Sunday from 4-6 p.m. at Dacotah Pavilion in Chautauqua Park. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.