Archive - May 15, 2013 - News Article
Jerry Weigel of North Dakota Game and Fish Tuesday stocked the public fishing pond at Valley City's National Fish Hatchery with trout.
Weigel said he stocked the pond with 350 trout.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record
Slightly more than a year after Valley City's $21 million upgrade to its water plant has been fully operational the facility is working well, said Wade Heche, Valley City Water Treatment Plant Manager.
â€śWith the water treatment plant in full-fledged operation, it's running as it should with periodic glitches. Since it's been a year now, myself and Sherry Keys (the two plant operators) are fairly comfortable with the whole system,â€ť Heche said.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
An early morning storm left about 1,500 residences without power in Valley City Monday after power poles and trees were knocked about by strong winds. At least one driver reported pitch blackness from blowing dirt before his semi was blown into the median.
For more on Tuesday's storm, read the Wednesday Times-Record.
Valley City Public Schools administrators and teachers recognized students and staff during the Valley City Public School board's regular meeting Monday.
Among other recognitions, junior and senior high math teacher Trevar Hansen recognized four students who competed in the local, regional and state Mathcounts competition, a math competition for sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders. As a team, the students took first place in the region, and seventh-grader Evan Haglund just returned from the national competition in Washington, D.C. where he competed.