Archive - Apr 16, 2012 - News Article
Over the past few years, Dakota College at Bottineau has been busy collaborating with Valley City State University (VCSU) to deliver several associate degree programs on the VCSU campus, such as: Medical Assistant, Caregiver Services (child and adult), Paraeducation, and Nursing. Students in these programs can enjoy the conveniences of staying close to home, while completing their degrees through Dakota College.
Kris Kitko, a singer, songwriter, humorist, activist, educator, storyteller, activist, and more, entertained an audience at the Vangstad Auditorium at Valley City State University.
âA troubadour for troubled timesâ as she bills herself, Kitko hit on topics that ranged from womenâs issues to politics with a comedic yet poignant flair.
âI spent about three and a half years here,â Kitko said prior to the concert, in which she played a love song dedicated to Valley City as her opening number.
âI had to do that just so you know weâre all friends here,â she told the crowd.
Spring is the perfect time for cleaning and re-organizing your home, and even holding a garage sale to get rid of excess clutter. But what if, in your spring cleaning adventures, you find yourself with more trash than treasure?
The City of Valley City has you covered.
As part of Spring Cleanup Week 2012, running today through Friday, the cityâs sanitation department will accept large volumes of household and some yard waste for no extra pickup fee.
April is the Month of the Military Child, and programs were held at Washington and Jefferson Elementary Schools Friday afternoon to recognize students and several faculty members who have parents, siblings, aunts uncles or cousins serving in the military.
Major Anna Wittrock of the local Army National Guard Unit, second from right, presents Jake Tangen with a âTrue Patriot Awardâ certificate for having a family member who is currently serving in the military. Jakeâs brother is currently deployed in Afghanistan, and will be overseas until October.
Valley City Dr. Genevieve Goven has been appointed to a term on the North Dakota State Board of Medical Examiners by Gov. Jack Dalrymple.
Local medical historian Paul Vangerud said Friday Goven is the first Valley City doctor to serve on the board since Dr. Neil McDonald served on the board for eight years in the 1970s.
âItâs really quite an honor,â said Goven Friday.