Archive - Nov 7, 2013 - News Article
Between 15 and 20 students at Valley City's Jefferson Elementary School were found to have head lice in checks Wednesday and Thursday by City-County Health nurses and volunteers, said Principal Troy Miller.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record.
A woman was injured in a rollover on a gravel road two miles southeast of Wimbledon Wednesday.
Darian Krueger, 19, of Wimbledon, suffered non-life-threatening injuries after the vehicle she was a passenger in rolled at about 2 p.m. Wednesday, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said in a press release. She was not wearing a seatbelt.
The main campground at Clausen Springs was the site of a burglary earlier this week.
On Sunday, caretaker Bev Anderson reported the theft of at least $2,000 in hand and power tools from a garage in the campground.
Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.
Valley City Public School Board hired a nutrition services director Tuesday evening at the board's meeting. Nicole Crouch started work right away Wednesday. Read more in Thursday's Times-Record.
The Valley City Public Schools and the Valley City Education Association are still at impasse in contract negotiations.
During a hearing Wednesday at which the entities met to discuss recommendations from a state fact-finding commission regarding teacher's pay increases, payment of accumulated sick leave days upon teachers' retirement and the establishment of a health insurance committee to review the district's self-funded health insurance program, the school board and the teacher's association agreed on all of the recommendations as written in the fact-finder's report.
Valley City's Marketplace Foods has long been active in the community, being involved with many events, including Stff a Truck With Holiday Spirit, the United Way Sub Sale, Relay For Life, Ruckus at the Rec and On The Move. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.