Over 100 quilted items were on display at the Valley Quilters 19th annual Americana Festival Quilters' Jubilee at the Barnes County Courthouse in Valley City on Saturday.
Quilts, place mats and purses hung from railings and walls on all three floors as a quilters' rummage sale operated in the basement.
Valley Quilter Linda Carico said it usually takes an average of five hours to hang them all.
"You've got to make decisions putting them up, no decisions taking them down.
Another academic year is quickly approaching, and faculty and students at Valley City State University will be immersed in a variety of changes throughout campus.
Known for being a leader in technology, VCSU has been issuing each student a laptop during the academic year since 1996. The laptops come equipped with software programs such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Photoshop Elements. Students also gain access to other software programs when they are enrolled in certain courses.
Barnes County Auditor Ed McGough is resigning from his elected position after more than a quarter century, citing health problems as his reason for leaving.
"This job actually takes - to really do a good job - 50 hours a week and I can't get 40 in," McGough said. "When I did the elections is when it really hit me. I got sick because I was doing too much in too many hours and was too stressed."