Archive - Aug 13, 2012 - News Article
The final evening of music at the courthouse is on Wednesday, August 15 at 7:15 p.m. featuring Stoney Run, a bluegrass band from SE North Dakota. Come early to enjoy ice cream floats provided by the Bridges Arts Council.
Stoney Run has been performing for four years in the region.
Â Performances have included the Band Shell Concert Series in Valley City, the Fort Ransom Bluegrass Festival, and the Missouri River Bluegrass Festival at Cross Ranch State Park. Â Two selections from the group are included on the 2011 Bluegrass Association of North Dakotaâ€™s B.A.N.D. Sampler recording.Â
A proposal to route some Stump Lake water into a gravity-flow outlet into the Tolna coulee and onto the Sheyenne River may be shelved as a result of rising cost estimates for the structure.
Valley City Mayor Bob Werkhoven said Friday, â€śWeâ€™re very pleased with the (boardâ€™s) decision. We are happy that happened.â€ť
Werkhoven said a gravity-flow outlet from Stump Lake into the coulee â€śwould have increased sulfates into the water and we (Valley City) would have to spend more at the water plant to remove them.â€ť
Travelers looking for a low-cost way to get to a major airport hub can now fly out of Fargoâ€™s Hector International Airport through Frontier Airlines.
Frontier Airlines will resume nonstop service between its Denver, Colo. hub and Fargo, with three weekly nonstop flights beginning Nov. 16.
The Denver-based discount airline will operate on spacious 138-seat Airbus 319 aircraft, which will reduce the flight time and offer more customer amenities, including 30 channels of DirecTV service available at every seat.