Kathryn resident Emily Trzpuc competed in a preliminary for the Miss North Dakota title recently in the Montpelier High School gymnasium.â€¨Thirteen young women from across the state competed for the titles of Miss Fort Abercrombie, Miss Peace Garden, and Miss James River Valley. Trzpuc and other contestants were each awarded a $100 scholarship. The winner of the Fort Abercrombie title received a $2,000 scholarship and the winners of the Peace Garden and James River Valley titles each received a $500 scholarship.
The Dakota Nursing Program faculty and students recently officially revealed their new logo.
Timing for the new logo matches up with planned changes this fall when the program its lab and office area to Valley City State University in the renovated portion of the thirdfloor of the Rhoades Science Center.
More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
A mother-daughter duo in Valley City has started a small business, making and selling incense, leather pouches and more.
Jamie Bowen and her mother Sheree Bowen sell their products at Really Big Music in Valley City and at various flea markets throughout the area.
Jamie said, "We sell incense that we make ourselves, Zippo lighters, handmade leather pouches and lighter holders and tapestries."
Read more in Monday's Times-Record.