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March 20th, 2015

ND Observes Poison Prevention Week

March 20, 2015

In observance of National Poison Prevention Week, March 15 through 21, the North Dakota Department of Health is encouraging North Dakotans to take measures to avoid unintentional poisonings.

More in Friday's Times-Record.

American Legion District 1 Meeting in VC

March 20, 2015

Valley City's American Legion Club will host the April 9 First District spring meeting of area posts and their auxiliaries, said Scott Crump, Commander of Valley City's American Legion Post No. 60.

Valley City will host American Legion posts from southeastern North Dakota, including clubs in Barnes, Cass, Griggs, Steele and Trail counties.

More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

March 19th

VCHS Program Encourages Healthy Eating, Physical Activity

March 19, 2015

Valley City High School's Fuel Up to Play 60 team reached touchdown status again this year, said advisor Trevor Bakalar at Monday's regular Valley City Public School Board meeting. Students Macy Schlaht and Sheyenne Gwilliams are two key leaders in the Valley City program who hope to be chosen as state ambassadors.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Ag Producers Honored

March 19, 2015

Several farmers and farm families were honored Wednesday at the annual Ag Award Luncheon sponsored by the Valley City Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with National Ag Day.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

BC Checking Skylight Repairs

March 19, 2015

The first step toward repairing historical skylights at the top of the Barnes County Courthouse rotunda could cost almost $20,000, Barnes County Commissioners heard Tuesday.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Lincoln Exhibition Now on Display at BC Museum

March 19, 2015

“Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War,” a traveling exhibition that opened at the Barnes County Historical Society Museum Wednesday, March 18, examines how President Lincoln used the Constitution to confront three intertwined crises of the Civil War—the secession of Southern states, slavery and wartime civil liberties.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

March 18th

CP Rail Proposes Moving Approach

March 18, 2015

Barnes County elected officials are hopeful a plan by CP Rail to move an approach at the Maryvale Convent on River Road 800 feet west cold make it easier for traffic to get in and out of the convent over railroad tracks.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

VC School Board Opposes Guns in School Bill

March 18, 2015

The Valley City Public School board passed a motion Monday to not support North Dakota House Bill 1195, which would allow a specially-trained individual to carry a concealed firearm in a school. School board member Rick Ross voted against the motion made by Mike Callahan during Monday's regular board meeting.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Energy Beet Ethanol: Learning Farmer's Needs

March 18, 2015

North Dakota-based Green Vision Group is considering building a beet-sugar-to-ethanol plant in Barnes County, and is in the process of working out a major hurdle – finding energy beet growers. But growers are reluctant to make a commitment to producing a new crop until they know there will be a plant to buy the beets. A meeting held Tuesday in Valley City could bring growers and ethanol producers closer to understand each other's needs and intents.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Junior High Drama Presents 'Surfs Up!'

March 18, 2015

How can you top "You Can’t Take it with You" and "Scared Silly," both which were produced by Valley City High School Drama last fall? "Surfs Up!" is this year’s junior high musical that will surely be the perfect play to finish up the year.

The musical will come to the VCHS stage Thursday, March 19 through Saturday, March 21 at 7:30 every evening.

More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

The Hi-Liner boys' baseball team played Thursday evening in Valley City. See Friday's Times-Record...
The Hi-Liner girls' tennis team decisively won against the West Fargo Packers in EDC play Thursday...
A Valley City High School Track and Field athlete is closing in on the record books. See Thursday's...

 

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