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July 6th, 2012

Blonde On The Prairie: Don’t Kick Your Bucket Until You Take a Risk

July 6, 2012

It happened again this week. That thing the moon does. It gets plump and full. That big, protective moon sat perched shining life onto the dark, provocative night. I sat under it looking up wondering what’s it’s like shining light onto the dark, provocative night from way up there. At that point I smiled not just at the moon protecting me –but at eternity. I’m certain that plump, golden moon disappeared until next time knowing it had affected me so.

37 VC Students Tour Washington

July 6, 2012

A total of 37 Valley City seventh and eighth-graders and parents went on this year’s Washington, D.C. Tour, May 29 through June 1, said Mike Watterson, program director for the past 20 years.

Other leaders on the tour were course leader Alex Mathews of World Strides,” and bus driver Todd Walls of the James River Bus Co.
Those on the tour stayed at the Radisson Hotel in Largo, Md.
Watterson said the tour was arranged through World Strides Tours of Charlottesville, Va.

Scholarship in works to memorialize local nurse

July 6, 2012

Talks are underway to immortalize a Barnes County nurse with a scholarship at Valley City State University in her name.

Erma Overby passed away on June 4 at age 87. At a regular meeting of the Valley City-Barnes County Health District Board, board member Sharon Buhr called her “a champion of public health” and said the City-County Health District should honor her with a scholarship.

“She was so incredible in terms of bringing Barnes County into the common era for public health,” Burh said.

July 5th

The ‘Burning’ Truth about Sunscreen

July 5, 2012

There has been a lot of controversy in the past year about whether sunscreen is effective against skin cancer or not. It was even brought up that sunscreen potentially caused skin cancer. In 2012, the FDA implemented new guidelines for sunscreens on the market and how they can be labeled to let people know what they are buying and how protected they really are.

Barnes County Crime Rises From 2010 to 2011

July 5, 2012

Barnes County saw an increase in serious crimes between 2010 and 2011, according to figures released Monday by North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem.
The number of serious crimes committed in Barnes County grew by 11 from 101 in 2010 to 112 in 2011.
The number of serious offenses handled by the Barnes County Sheriff’s Department grew by 29, from 17 in 2010 to 46 in 2011.
The number of serious crimes in Valley City fell by 18 from 84 in 2010 to 66 in 2011.

County to Keep Pressure on BNSF

July 5, 2012

Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Co. trains have been blocking the railroad crossings in Sanborn for decades and the Barnes County Commission is remaining focused on a solution to the problem.

The commission decided Tuesday to coordinate a time for the sheriff or a deputy to be posted in Sanborn to catch a train engineer who is blocking traffic for longer than 10 minutes.

July 3rd

No T-R July 4th

July 4, 2012

Attention Times-Record readers:

Due to the 4th of July holiday, there will be no Times-Record paper or delivery Wednesday.

We will be back with all your local news Thursday!

-TR Staff

Relay for Life Thanks Barnes County Residents

July 3, 2012

As co-chairs of this year’s American Cancer Society Barnes County Relay For Life, we would like to thank residents of Barnes County and beyond for their generosity and support. Six energetic and dedicated teams participated in this year’s event and raised more than $27,000 to help the Society’s fight for every birthday, threatened by every cancer, here and throughout the world. We are anticipating breaking the $30,000 mark by the end of relay season, Aug. 31. We would like for supporters to know that donations can be accepted in support of the 2012 event until that date.

Heat Beats East ND

July 3, 2012

The National Weather Service in Grand Forks declared a heat advisory for eastern North Dakota on Monday as temperatures reached into the 90-degree territory and humidity in some cities in the region was more than 70 percent, causing the heat index to hover around 100 degrees.

NWS meteorologist Brad Hopkins said heat advisories are declared on a day-by-day basis and there is a good chance they could continue throughout the week.

Monday/Thursday Farmers Market to Start 34th Year

July 3, 2012

The Monday/Thursday farmers market will begin its 34th year on Monday, July 9 in the Rosebud Parking lot across from the Elks building. The market will continue Thursday, July 12 in the Pamida parking lot.

Norma Voldal, manager of the market, said they tried splitting the locations of the markets last year as an experiment, and it worked so well that they decided to do it again this year.

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