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June 14th, 2012
What may soon be an official Rally in the Valley event is coming back again this year. The VCHS Alumni Basketball and Band Jam will be Saturday, June 16th. The jam consists of the VCHS Reunion Marching Band performing in the annual Rally in the Valley parade plus an All 80âs and 90âs Alumni Basketball game to be held at the City Auditorium in Valley City.
Starting at 10 a.m., the VCHS Hi-Liner Reunion Marching Band will perform in the Rally in the Valley Parade down Central Avenue. at 4:00 p.m. The VCHS Alumni Basketball Game and Pep Rally will take place in the City Auditorium.
The dust has settled and the battle lines are drawn for the general election in November.
Following Tuesdayâs primary election, Rick Berg, Kevin Cramer and Kirsten Baesler secured their slots on the Republican ticket for U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and North Dakotaâs Superintendent of Schools, respectively. The Republican ticket held the only contested elections in the state.
Also claiming victory were Libertarian candidates Roland Riemers, Eric Olson and Josh Voytek who are running for Governor, U.S. House of Representatives and Public Service Commission respectively.
The Bridge City Cruisers, Valley Cityâs car club, will be hosting its 14th annual car show on Central Avenue and Main Street in Valley City on Saturday, and club president Terry Johnson said theyâre hoping to fill downtown this year.
The club, which started in 1998, has grown from 15 members to more than 100. Johnson said, âA few guys got together and put together a club and it has kind of evolved.â
The car show will feature unique and classic vehicles belonging to residents from all over North Dakota as well as the entire upper Midwest.
The Sheyenne Care Center staff and residents in Valley City recently saw the addition of two new faces.
Cynthia Smith will take over as director of nursing, while Valley City native John Ziemba will be the new employee recruiter.
Smith moved to North Dakota from South Carolina in June of 2001 when she accepted a job as director of nursing in Rugby, eventually becoming the administrator of the Rugby Long Term Care Program.
All precincts reported. See Thursdayâs Times-Record for full results.
Valley City Commission
Ken Evenson â 484
Arthur Frieze â 199
Robert Drake â 860
Mary Lee Nielson â 1,012
Madeline Luke â 1,077
Legislative assembly appointments
Yes-96,298 (60.48); No-62,917 (39.52)
Elimination of property tax
Religious freedom measure
Discontinuation of UNDâs nickname
-Compiled by Scott Schlaufman
Lisa Blackâs reason for wanting to participate in this yearâs Relay for Life is more personal than for many people. Lisa, who will be conducting the luminary ceremony, has a number of family members whoâve been affected with cancer. But she is also a survivor of cancer herself.
Although this is her first year partaking in Relay for Life, Lisa said sheâd been interested before but was never around during the event.
The relay takes place 6 p.m. Friday to 6 p.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday at Lokken Field.
Special to the Times-Record
BISMARCK, ND - The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) finalized plans for the 2012 induction weekend June 22-23, in Medora, with special recognition programs and receptions to acknowledge the current (and past) inductees in to the Hall of Honorees of the NDCHF â Center of Western Heritage & Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo.
Stephanie Mayfield has left her position as Executive Vice President at the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce as of Friday.
To honor her service, the Chamber held a farewell open house Friday afternoon.
Mayfield is excited for her next adventure to stay at home with her 4-year-old daughter. She said her daughterâs daycare closed and instead of trying to find a new one, she decided to stay home with her.
Mayfield has been with the Chamber for more than two years; she started in March of 2010.
âOpinions donât matter, theyâre going to do what they want to do,â said one landowner as he left a public hearing on the Thordenskjold Drain reassessment.
On Oct. 18, 1953, the cornerstone was laid at the St. Paulâs Evangelical Lutheran Church in Valley City. Along with it, a time capsule was secured for a future congregation.
The Church opened the capsule following services on Sunday at St. Paulâs new location.
âTo be able to open it,â said the Rev. Mathew Sprunger, âit was really awesome.â
Sprunger will celebrate three years with the church in August, and said that the former pastor of the church, Donald E. Kolander, handpicked many of the articles that were placed in the capsule.