Archive - Nov 1, 2012 - News Article
Friday morning, Epworth United Methodist will be welcoming home a missionary with local roots. Beth (Cummings) Osland grew up in Valley City, and her family are still strong members of Epworth UMC. Beth and her husband, Harry, are Missionaries with the Assembly of God Church in Angola. They have been teaching children, adults, and new pastors, as well as working to create facilities and Sunday Schools for both children and adults. Most recently, they have been working in Portugal (Angola was a Portuguese colony), as well as in Sao Tome and Principe.
If you would like to vote early, the Barnes County Courthouse will be open Saturday, November 3rd from 8:00 a.m. to Noon for anyone who would like to vote.
The Barnes County Historical Society Museum was packed with people Oct. 16 during the Rotary Clubâ€™s annual beer and wine social. MarketPlace Liquors and Dakota Silver presented a variety of wine and beer to the public during the event.
Valley City City Attorney Russell Myhre will honor federal court Judge Daniel Hovlandâ€™s Wednesdayâ€™s ruling that the state is not allowed to enforce its law banning Election Day campaigning.
Wednesday Myhre said he had been expecting such a ruling invalidating North Dakotaâ€™s 100-year-old law.
â€śIt follows a national trend in favor of free speech. It (Hovlandâ€™s ruling) was not a surprise,â€ť Myhre said.
Several area post offices could have their window hours cut, according the the U.S. Postal Service. In a budget-cutting move, the Postal Service could reduce window hours at 13,000 rural post offices nationwide, 222 of 325 post offices in North Dakota. In September, the Postal Service began the process by sending notices and surveys to affected residents.
Itâ€™s evident by the variety of plush dogs surrounding the windows of the building and the paw prints that speckle the pink walls and floor that Jackie Borgâ€™s business is a spa designed exclusively for pets.
In fact, even the music and television caters to pets.
Borg, a Valley City native, celebrated an open house for the reopening of her professional dog grooming business, now under a new name, Wednesday.
Visitors were greeted at Jackieâ€™s Pet Spa, located at 235 3rd Street Northeast in Valley City, with bone-shaped cookies and punch and coffee.