Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin is asking people who have noticed items missing from their residences, especially along Peak Road and Kathryn Road, to contact the Sheriffâ€™s office.
McClaflin said Tuesday that the Barnes County Sheriffâ€™s Department has a 30-year-old woman in custody â€śfor entering numerous homes in the Barnes County, specifically Peak Road (County Road 27 North), Kathryn Road (County Road 21 south), Valley City and Sanborn.â€ť
McClaflin said the homes were unlocked, and â€śif confronted she usually made up a believable story of why she was in the residence.â€ť
Most high school students in the area have small class sizes, and music students share the stage with a relatively low amount of people, but on Nov. 13, theyâ€™ll get a chance to play and sing with a much larger group.
Students from area high schools will join together to perform in the annual Barnes County music festival Nov. 13 at Valley City State Universityâ€™s Vangstad Auditorium.
My name is Bonnie Jo Hanson. Iâ€™m the new county reporter here at the Times-Record, and I will also be covering agriculture and education.
I hail from a rural area in southern Ohio, close to Huntington W. Va. Now I live in Marion with a husband, Greg, and one kid. Two of my kids, Anthony and Libby, are grown and gone, Christian is still at home. I also have a bunch of animals â€“ three dogs and two cats. (We canâ€™t say no, but our house is getting really small and hairy.)