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Clancy Keeps Active as Volunteer

August 20, 2013

Rita Clancy keeps things interesting during coffee breaks for volunteers at Valley City's Nearly-Nu Store.
The 85-year-old Valley City resident has been volunteering at the thrift shop for about 20 years.
Monday afternoon, fellow volunteers celebrated her 85th birthday with a cake.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Fence Co. Punctures Gas Line

August 20, 2013

A post hole digger being used by a fence company punctured a natural gas line near the FEI Inc. building at 913 14th Street SW, ,just south of Interstate 94 Tuesday afternoon in Valley City, causing firefighters and police to evacuate the business and block off the road for about a half hour.
The Valley City Fire Department got word of the gas leak shortly after 1 p.m., and police and firefighters began leaving the scene about 1:45 p.m.

BC Asking for 9-1-1 Assistance from City

August 20, 2013

Barnes County has requested financial assistance from Valley City for operation of the 9-1-1 dispatch center for which the county took over day-to-day operations just last week.
According to an e-mail from Barnes County Emergency Manager Kim Franklin to members of the Valley City Commission and other city officials, the county believes the city should pay toward the system.
"As Valley City is more than 50 percent of the dispatch calls, I think that they should still be willing to pay towards the system and help ensure the safety of all citizens," Franklin wrote.

Rural Tower City Man Takes First at Minot

August 20, 2013

Rural Tower City's Travis House took both first and second place in the percentage horse pull at the North Dakota State Fair in July.
Interviewed Monday, House, 28, said his new team of Belgian draft horses took first place, while his experienced team took second spot.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

North Dakota Chaplains Discuss Prophetic Voice at NDCA Conference

August 20, 2013

This year the North Dakota Chaplains’ Association celebrated its 35thanniversary during its annual conference Aug. 1 and 2 at Maryvale in Valley City.
The event featured Dr. Joan Henriksen-Hellyer, Ph.D., who discussed the chaplains’ role as prophets and professionals in clinical ethics. Hendricksen-Hellyer is the coordinator of the ethics consult service at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

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