Archive - Dec 11, 2012 - News Article
The Valley City Parks and Recreation District is looking for people interested in a seat on the district board opened up by the resignation of a member.
Taylor Jacobson, district director, said â€śa Parks and Recreation District board member resigned, and weâ€™re looking for letters of interest by people wanting to fill it.â€ť
Jacobson said the appointment to the open position will run through June of 2014.
Jacobson said the seat was held by Brent Gustafson, who resigned because he moved outside city limits.
The Abused Persons Outreach Center, Inc. in Valley City needs toilet paper to give to families in need, and second-graders at Jefferson Elementary School hope to collect enough of it to build a Christmas tree at the school on December 18.
Assuming each student brings in one roll of toilet paper, the tree could include 111 rolls.
People who may have been exposed to a rabid cat in Jamestown last month should contact the North Dakota State Department of Health.
The cat was found Nov. 30 by local animal control authorities close to the Tesoro gas station at 2015 Eighth Avenue S.W. in Jamestown. The adult female cat was an orange and white tabby with long hair and was declawed.
The cat tested positive for rabies at the North Dakota Department of Healthâ€™s Division of Laboratory Services on Dec. 6.
Valley Cityâ€™s U.S. Fish and Wildlife Serviceâ€™s Valley City Wetland Management District office is looking for Valley City and Barnes County residents to participate in a Christmas Bird Count Wednesday, Dec. 19, said Terry Gwilliams, range technician.