Archive - Feb 19, 2013 - News Article
A Valley City man and two Fargo residents were all treated for minor injuries at Essentia Hospital in Fargo after a Sunday collision on Interstate 29 between the car being driven by the Valley City man and a parked North Dakota State Patrol police interceptor.
According to Highway Patrol Captain Bryan Niewind, the only person not injured in the 4:07 p.m. crash at exit 50 on Interstate 94 northbound was Trooper Joel Liebl.
Injured were Devon Scott Stephens, 19, of Valley City; Mark Cramton, 30, of Fargo; and Kimberly Cramton, 31, of Fargo.
During the early days of the North Dakota Winter Show, it wasnâ€™t uncommon for a stray bull to run loose on Main Street in Valley City during the agriculture show. Jim Nelson, chairperson for the rodeo committee, said now that all the livestock for the rodeo are housed at the Winter Show main arena, that isnâ€™t a problem anymore â€” but the event remains just as popular.
Community Supported Agriculture is an idea that has recently taken off in the Barnes County area, allowing consumers to buy local produce directly from the grower.
CSAs operate by selling shares of their products to the public. In the case of Llama Trax Gardens near Valley City, the product is vegetables, fruit, and herbs straight from the garden.
In other words, subscribers pay an up-fron fee to the Hansens, who in turn grow fresh produce which they divide up between subscribers and distribute several times during the growing season.
The following students are seventh-graders who made the first quarter â€śAâ€ť Honor Roll at Valley City Junior High School:
If you didnâ€™t gather a thick enough layer of courage to ask your object of affection out on a date, itâ€™s not entirely too late. Valentineâ€™s Day may have been last Thursday, but Thursdays happen every week, so you get another chance in a few days.
However, letâ€™s take a quick look at how some successfully established couples may have met. After all, love can happen any old day (that was in a song, I think), unplanned and surprising.
Does your love story relate to any of the following scenarios?
â€śWe met when I was an exchange student in another country.â€ť
Letâ€™s play a game called, â€śWhat would you do?â€ť Iâ€™ll be the host and you give the answers but allow me to divulge that by the time you give the answers it will already be too late. Ready? Letâ€™s play!