Archive - Jul 16, 2012 - News Article
Many of us have fond memories of family picnics and outdoor cooking from childhood. All you needed was a blanket and some food and you could set up a picnic on your lawn, at a park or even in the living room in the winter.
Today, grills are prominent features on most patios and decks. If you havenâ€™t shopped for grills recently, you might be amazed at all the types of grills and grilling accessories.
Returning to Music at the Courthouse Lawn will be â€śThe Meyer Familyâ€ť from Valley City on Wednesday, July 18, beginning at 7:15 p.m..
Randie Meyer, son of DeMar and Shirley Meyer and Katie, daughter of Clarence and Lillie Olson, have been married for forty-two years. Their four children have been singing since they were two years old and now the fifteen grandchildren are asked to help â€śPass the Faith Alongâ€ť as one of the songs says.
Barnes County 4-H members who participated in the dog project had a chance to show off their work Friday at the dog show during Barnes County 4-H Achievement Days.
The show began at 5:30 p.m. at the North Dakota Winter Show building. Crowds gathered around to watch the 10 dogs and their owners compete in obedience and showmanship.
The dog show is an annual show held every July during the achievement days.
Ellen Bjelland, Barnes Countyâ€™s 4-H extension agent, said Barnes County is one of the few counties that does a dog show.
HOPE, N.D. â€“ â€śUnbelievable,â€ť a woman remarked as she inspected a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 retractable convertible. The car, owned by Earl and Connie Behm of Valley City, was one of several dozen in the classic car show during â€śHope Days.â€ť
Over the the weekend the city of Hope celebrated its annual Hope Days and the 2012 Class Bash reunion of students from Hope, Luverne and Pillsbury.
This yearâ€™s events included a classic car show, 5K run/walk, demolition derby and a Sunday morning golf tournament.