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May 28th, 2012

VC Eagles hold banquet

May 28, 2012

By Lorraine Thompson
Special to the Times-Record

Valley City Eagles 2192 held its 43rd annual award banquet at the Aerie Club with Lorney Behm as the master of cememonies. The hometown builder was Dakota Plains Co-op with manager Ken Astrup who accepted the award and thanked the Eagles.

The Civic Service Award went to Fire Chief Gary Retterath and was presented by Mary Simonson, a former winner.

The Humanitarian Award was given to Lynell Gertin by Don Malec and Gloria VanDyke. Gertin saved Gloria while she choking at the bank.

Memorial Day celebrated in VC

May 28, 2012

A number of musical units, including VCHS, performed in Monday’s Memorial Day parade down Central Avenue in Valley City.

Museum opening packs them in

May 28, 2012

WIMBLEDON, N.D. - Cold weather, rain and a five-year wait were not enough to deter the crowds that gathered in Wimbledon for the grand opening of the Midland Continental Railroad Depot Transportation Museum on Saturday.

May 25th

John Deere celebrated 175th Saturday

May 25, 2012

The Winter Show building looked a little more green and yellow on Saturday as John Deere turned 175, and John Deere Seeding Group of Valley City celebrated with a party open to the entire community.

The celebration featured entertainment for visitors in the afternoon and a employee appreciation dinner to end the evening.

Rain expected: Memorial Day weather not looking too memorable

May 25, 2012

April showers bring May flowers, but May showers may ruin some Memorial Day weekend plans.

Friday’s high temperatures are expected to drop from the low 60s into the 50s on Saturday, when rain clouds and possible thunderstorms are expected to spread throughout the region, which could linger into Sunday.

“Right now it looks like the best chance for thunderstorms will be Saturday night into Sunday,” said Jeff Makowski, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in Grand Forks. “There’s a chance for thunderstorms later Sunday night but they’ll be a little bit more scattered.”

Fine beef or pink slime? Experts weigh in on national debate

May 25, 2012

A major change is in the works for the 2012-2013 school year that most students will probably not notice.

Following a nationwide media blitz earlier this year over lean, finely-textured beef – or “pink slime,” as it was dubbed – the United States Department of Agriculture will begin labeling the ground beef products it provides to schools so America’s school’s food service directors can make the decision as to whether they will include LFTB or not.

May 24th

‘Survivor’ Field Day fundraiser successful

May 24, 2012

Jefferson Elementary School recently hosted a “Survivor” field day for students as a fundraising event, and it proved to be a success. Misti Kauffman, vice president of the PTO which helped establish the event, said it raised around $9,000 after expenses.

Kauffman said the event, which was organized with the help of the physical education department, was well-supported and will likely be done again next year.

Joint board discusses Devils Lake outlets

May 24, 2012

CARRINGTON, N.D. – Tuesday marked an important moment in the history of Valley City and its neighbor to the north, Devils Lake.

“This is a joint meeting of the Devils Lake Outlet Management Advisory Committee and also the Devils Lake Outlet Advisory Committee,” said Gov. Jack Dalrymple. “If that’s confusing you, you’re not the only one.”

Meeting the public: Candidates vie for votes

May 24, 2012

The five candidates for the two open Valley City City Commission seats, and uncontested Barnes County Commissioners John Froelich and Cindy Schwehr, who are up for reelection this year, addressed the community at a candidate forum Tuesday night at the Hi-Liner Activity Center.

The forum, sponsored by the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce and moderated by Mercy Hospital director Keith Heuser, was an opportunity for candidates to get their message out by answering questions from the community.

May 23rd

Conning Research says ND has best credit

May 23, 2012

North Dakota residents are finally being recognized for more than their friendliness, hard work ethic, oil reserves and the Coen brothers’ movie “Fargo.”

According to a report from Conning Research and Consulting, a Connecticut-based money management firm with $87 billion in assets, North Dakota ranked No. 1 in credit quality.

The rankings are based on 13 indicators including state revenue growth, year-over-year employment gains and foreclosure rates.

In November, the state was still ranked behind Wyoming.

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