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January 28th, 2015
North Dakota District 24 Senator Larry Robinson was the keynote speaker at the Valley City Fire Department's annual recognition banquet Saturday.
Among those honored were assistant chief Daryl Stensland for 35 years of service; firefighter Jason Runge, five years; Lt. Scott Magnuson, 30 years; and Lt. Jeff Schlittenhardt, 30 years (pictured).
Ryan Metcalf was also honored at the Valley City Fire Department's annual banquet for five years of service. See his photo in Wednesday's Times-Record.
The Valley City High School Dance Squad took six medals in three categories during the North Dakota Association of Dance and Drill state championships Friday and Saturday in Jamestown, even though they are the youngest Class A team in the state.
Nearly 30 Valley City restaurant and bar employees and managers attended a responsible beverage server training held last week by the Valley City Police Department and the City-County Health District. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Chances for anything more than minor flooding at Valley City this spring are tiny, according to Greg Gust, warning coordinator Meteorologist for the Grand Forks office of the National Weather Service. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
A 22-year-old Valley City man bowled a perfect score in a city league tournament Sunday. The $1,000 Brady Anderson will receive from bowling alley sponsors will benefit Michelle Brendmoen, a Valley City woman who suffered brain aneurysms and underwent multiple surgeries earlier this month.
Former Barnes County employee Karen Christenson appeared before Barnes County Commissioners Jan. 20 to discuss precinct voting issues after she was terminated by Barnes County Auditor Beth Didier. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
A Casselton man died Saturday when the truck in which he was a passenger rolled near Dazey.
The Valley City High School choirs took a journey through a lifetime of music Sunday in a musical rendition of Life's a Journey during the annual Cafe Concert at the Hi-Liner Activity Center Sunday.
Students at Valley City High School are taking on a challenge: building a robot and participating in a competitive robot challenge. Students at VCHS have had an opportunity to participate in a robotics challenge referred to as BEST. They have participated in BEST the last four years.
More in Monday's Times-Record.
Barnes County dams will be high on the agenda when the Lower Sheyenne Joint Board meets in West Fargo Feb. 27. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.