Archive - May 17, 2013 - News Article
Valley City Police arrested a Moorhead stabbing suspect without incident Friday Morning. The suspect, who was in possession of a stolen vehicle, was arrested on charges of first and second degree assault for stabbing a 25-year-old male at a Moorhead social gathering on May 5. Vehicle theft charges are pending. The suspect is currently in the Barnes County Jail.
Read more about the arrest in Monday's Times-Record
Barnes County is prepared to spend up to $20,360 to remodel the county courthouse basement to ready space for a new 9-1-1 dispatch center on top of the estimated $63,000 estimated to move the center.
At a special Barnes County Commission meeting on Thursday, commissioners voted to move forward with the remodel project 3-1 with commissioner John Froelich voting no and commissioner Phil Leitner absent.
For more on the 9-1-1 move, read Friday's Times-Record
Valley City-based Sheyenne Valley Friends of Animals has a busy summer planned for 2013, said Erickson, secretary/treasurer of the animal welfare group.
As of Wednesday, Erickson wrote that upcoming events the group plans to participate in include Rally in the Valley, Crazy Day and a Walk and Wag-a-thon.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
Second-graders at Jefferson Elementary school ascended 40 feet into the air on a fire truck ladder during an egg drop project Thursday.
According to second-grade teacher Connie Schlittenhardt, who organized the event, the students had to create contraptions to keep eggs safe as they dropped them from the ladder.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record