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May 6th, 2014
Dr. Margaret Dahlberg, vice president for academic affairs at Valley City State University, has been appointed interim president of VCSU by the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
Dahlberg will begin serving as VCSU interim president on July 1. She will succeed VCSUâ€™s current president, Steven W. Shirley, who has been appointed president of Minot State University.
Greg Vanney, VCSU director of marketing and communications, said Tuesday the process of selecting a permanent president continues.
The Valley City State University Concert Choir and University Singers will present their final concert of the season on Friday at Epworth United Methodist Church, 680 Eighth Avenue SW, in Valley City. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted to support the work of the VCSU music department. The VCSU Quantum Brass will also perform as guest artists on the program.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
The Valley City Times-Record won several awards at the North Dakota Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest, Friday May 2 in Bismarck.
Reporter Bonnie Jo Conley-Hanson took first in agriculture photography; reporters Heidi Harris and Conley-Hanson took third in overall design excellence for a the Harvest section; and sports editor Jake McNeal took second in outdoor recreation photography.
Rogers native Andrew Sadek, 20, left his dorm at the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton at 2 a.m. Friday, May 1, and vanished. As of Monday, authorities had not found a trace of the student.
Sadek, the son of John and Tammy Sadek of Rogers, is a 2012 graduate of Valley City Senior High School with ties to Valley City and Rogers. He is a second-year student at NDSCS studying electrical technology.
About 300 Special Olympic athletes gathered in Valley City Sunday for the District 3 Spring Games. Here, an athlete participates in bocce ball.
Montana Dakota Resources Group, Bismarck, recently presented a check to the faculty at the Valley City State University Science Department for $25,000 to be used to purchase needed equipment for the newly renovated and expanded Rhoades Science Center. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
Long-time Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce Amassador Chairwoman LaVonne Lawrence was honored Friday at an open house at the Rosebud Visitors Center. Lawrence said she served as an ambassador for 12 years and as chairman for 10 years. The Valley City resident said she moved to Valley City 15 years ago, â€śand I went to work in 2001. I did it (became an ambassador) to meet people. I like people.â€ť
Continuing a decades-long tradition, members of the Valley City American Legion Auxiliary will be distributing red poppies for 10 days beginning Tuesday, May 6, for Poppy Week 2014.
Poppies are never sold, but given in return for a donation. All money raised is used to help veterans and their families. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
The search for a missing North Dakota State College of Science student continued through Sunday, with more than 50 area law enforcement and fire department members participating in the search. Andrew Sadek, 20, a Rogers native, left Nordgaard Hall on the Wahpeton campus around 2 a.m. on Thursday, May 1. There has been no reported contact with Sadek since that time.
Dutton's Parlour is located in the Dutton's Valley Gallery building on Central Avenue, Valley City.
Dutton's Parlour, in the heart of downtown Valley City, is known for its panini wraps, bagel sandwiches, signature coffee drinks and friendly atmosphere where customers are encouraged to pull up a seat, read a newspaper or a book and enjoy the free wifi. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.