Archive - Jan 21, 2013 - News Article
I have entered the age of wedding bells and save-the-dates. Iâ€™m not exaggerating when I say a new engagement comes to my attention almost daily.
I think the main reason this stuns me is because of the recently outdated trend of the majority of the population waiting until theyâ€™re nearly 30 to get hitched. Thatâ€™s not old, by any means, but itâ€™s years later in life than when most couples started their lives together in previous generations.
The Legacy Place, an assisted living facility in Valley City, has hired two part-time nurses as an effort to increase their nursing staff, business manager Cami Hendrickson said.
To accommodate for growth and better serve its residents, The Legacy Place, owned by Paul and Tanya Diegel, has reorganized staff internally and is seeking new staff.
Wendi Johnston, licensed practical nurse, is a recent graduate from Bismarck State College who had previously worked at the Anne Carlson Center in Jamestown.
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More than 150 athletes from around the state converged on Valley City for the Special Olympics Winter Games on Friday and Saturday. Athletes were led into the Valley City Auditorium for the opening ceremony Friday by local law enforcement and firefighters. Look for more on the Special Olympics Tuesday in the Times-Record.
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The library at Jefferson Elementary School was packed with excited kindergartners and first-graders as they waited for folk singer-songwriter Dennis Warner to start his first song.
â€śInch by inch, row. Gonna make this garden grow.â€ť he sang as the children chimed in.