Archive - Dec 2011 - News Article
The Barnes County Commissioners, Cindy Schwehr, John Froelich, Rodger Berntson, Phil Leitner and Eldred Knutson, re-orgainzed the County Commission's portfolio schedule for 2012 at the commission meeting on Tuesday.
The 2012 portfolio holders for the county departments and boards are:
Auditor - Leitner
Data processing - Leitner
City-County Health - Schwehr
Clerk of court - Berntson
County agent/extension - Froelich
Highway dept./county engineer - Schwehr, Berntson
County park - Leitner, Knutson
Building and grounds - Berntson
Emergency management - Knutson
Wednesday, December 7
"Introduction to Baby Sign Language" will be offered at Headstart in Valley City from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Â Class will cover the basics of using simple sign language to facilitate early communication withÂ infantsÂ and toddlers.Â Call the Parent Resource Center at 845-8528 to register for this free class.
Thursday, December 8
Wildlife photographer Tom Ulrich will give a presentation 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Foss Music Building. He will be presenting a collection of his wildlife/nature images from his extensive travels.
BISMARCK, N.D. â€“ Gov. Jack Dalrymple today joined officials from Microsoft and Hitachi Consulting to announce a Fargo-based business venture between the technology companies that will create new North Dakota jobs and business opportunities.
â€śThis Fargo-based venture will create new jobs and great opportunities for business growth in North Dakota,â€ť Dalrymple said. The decision by Microsoft and Hitachi Consulting to expand their business relationship in Fargo is a testament to North Dakotaâ€™s strong business climate and our quality workforce.â€ť
The Barnes County Commission will meet Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 8 a.m. in the Commission Chambers on the second floor of the Barnes County Courthouse.
8:00 Pledge of Allegiance
8:05 Re-organization of Commission
8:45 Kerry Johnson, Hwy Supt â€“ Project resolutions
9:00-9:30 Auditorâ€™s Office â€“ Approval of minutes; The Village: contract renewal; special purchase request; establish election precincts for 2012 cycle;
9:30 Betty Koslofsky - Abatement (Karen Olsberg and Lynn Anderson)
9:45 Cancel taxes on property returned for delinquent taxes
VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) â€” Motels in Valley City are booked as what is billed as the largest cattle show in North Dakota kicks off Thursday.
Nearly 500 cattle will be showcased during the annual North Star Classic on the North Dakota Winter Show grounds.
Winter Show manager Dawn Riley said the cattle show includes food, exhibits, musical entertainment and other events through the weekend.