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April 1st, 2015

BC Must Schedule Drug Testing

April 1, 2015

On the insistence of Sanford Health, in the future Barnes County must schedule future surprise drug testing of employees.

More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Lafarge Donates $40K to Wellness Center

April 1, 2015

Lafarge North America, Inc., a leading supplier of ready mix concrete with facilities in Valley City, recently donated $40,000 toward the Valley City Health, Wellness and Physical Education Center.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Local Students Place in Duck Stamp Contest; Senior's Piece Most Meaningful

April 1, 2015

Several Valley City students placed in the North Dakota Junior Duck Stamp Program, and Marielle Villarin, senior, was voted as the student with the most meaningful conservation message.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Froelich Running For Office

April 1, 2015

Barnes County Commissioner John Froelich has changed his mind and decided to run again for office when his term on the county commission expires in November of 2016.

More in Wednesday's issue of the Time-Record.

Hi-Liner Softball Splits in Opener

April 1, 2015

The Hi-Liner girls' softball team split with Grand Forks Red River in their conference opener. See Wednesday's Times-Record to read more.

March 31st

Fire Weather Watch

March 31, 2015

The National Weather Service has put into effect a Fire Weather Watch in Barnes County for Wednesday afternoon through Wednesday evening due to strong winds, low humidity and dry fuels.

Valley City Police Department Baby Boom

March 31, 2015

The Valley City Police Department has recently experienced a baby boom with three babies born in the past 15 months. (Top) Jade Eisenchenk, daughter of Andrew and Amanda Eisenschenk is about 15 months old, just five days younger Than Maddox Hopp (bottom right), son of Major and Kristen Hopp. Stassi Hagen (bottom left) is the five-month-old daughter of Sean and Natalie Hagen.

Read this in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Brendmoen Accepts $1,000 from Bowler

March 31, 2015

Michelle Brendmoen, who suffered brain aneurysms and underwent multiple surgeries earlier this year, is back home in Valley City and accepted $1,000 in checks from Brady Anderson Tuesday, March 24. Anderson chose to donate the money he received from bowling a perfect score in January to help her with medical costs.

More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

VCSU Hosts Science Olympiad Regional Competition


March 31, 2015


About 500 high school students competed at a North Dakota Science Olympiad regional competition at Valley City State University on Thursday, March 26.

More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Kathryn Road Bidding Wednesday

March 31, 2015

Now that the state of North Dakota has approved an overlay of the Kathryn Road as a surge project, bids have been called for and the winner chosen Wednesday, said Kerry Johnson, Barnes County road superintendent.

More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

The Hi-Liner girls' softball team split with Grand Forks Red River in their conference opener. See...
Three wrestlers from VC Express were crowned state champions. See Tuesday's Times-Record to read...
Approximately 70 to 75 students and staff participate in intramural basketball at Valley City High...

 

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