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May 2nd, 2012

Students name van Gijssel ‘Teacher of the Year,’ again

May 2, 2012

Valley City State University Associate Professor Hilde van Gijssel has once again been named the “Teacher of the Year” by the VCSU Student Senate.

The annual award is given to professors who demonstrate dedication to students with innovative teaching methods and continued professional development.

While teaching in the science department, Van Gijssel is also taking classes in the university’s Masters of Education program with an emphasis on technology education. She said spending time as a student helps make her a better teacher.

April busy for emergencies

May 2, 2012

Three people are heroes after risking their lives saving strangers in what turned out to be a busy month of April for law enforcement and emergency responders.

On the evening of April 17, Valley City High School senior Austin Ross happened upon a rollover accident on the 800 block of Fifth Street Northwest. Ross freed the driver who was restrained by a seatbelt by cutting it with scissors.

Arthur Friese runs for city commission

May 2, 2012

The June 12 city election will see five candidates vying for two City Commissioner seats vacated by George Dutton and Jon Wagar. This week, the T-R will interview all five candidates to provide a better look at those seeking office and their take on the issues facing Valley City. Going alphabetically, the third interviewee is candidate Arthur Friese.

Arthur Friese

Occupation: Currently employed at Pizza Corner, has held the position for five years

Education: VCHS graduate

Family: Wife Ashley, two kids and one on the way

Organizations: Treasurer of Community Action Headstart

May 1st

Ken Evenson runs for VC city commission

May 1, 2012

The June 12 city election will see five candidates vying for two City Commissioner seats vacated by George Dutton and Jon Wagar. This week, the T-R will interview all five candidates to provide a better look at those seeking office and their take on the issues facing Valley City. Going alphabetically, the second interviewee is candidate Ken Evenson.

Ken Evenson
Occupation: (Retired) electrical lineman for Cass County Electric, 20-plus years, and for City of Valley City, 20-plus years. Resident of Valley City for over 50 years.

Family: Wife Dotty, daughter Debbie and son Jeffrey.

Awards, inductions and scholarships at VCHS

May 1, 2012

The Hi-Liners donned their dapperest duds for the 2012 Valley City High School Awards Banquet in the VCHS Theater in the high school on Monday night.

The evening saw several dozen students receive awards and scholarships and the induction of members in to the National Honor Society and the Minerva Chapter of the National Honor Society.

PD chief field down to 5

May 1, 2012

The city of Valley City has narrowed their search for a new Chief of Police to three out-of-state and two local candidates, according to City Administrator and hiring committee member David Schelkopf. Mark McDonald, Doug Kiefert, Fred Thompson, Patricia Nowak and Ryan Evans have been selected for final in-person interviews to take place from May 8 to 15.

“Any one of the people on this list would be a fine candidate for Valley City,” Schelkopf said. “Now we just have to drill them and pick the best one.”

April 30th

Sophia Ann snaps into photography world

April 30, 2012

Rachel Goerke officially opened Sophia Ann Photography in September 2011 after moving to Valley City from California, and is looking to make a name for herself in the portrait business. But whose name is it?

“Sophia was the first cat I ever owned, and I’ve always loved that name,” Goerke said. “And my middle name is Ann, so I thought we’d do something fun and cute.”

Originally from the East Bay area, an hour inland from San Francisco, Goerke was studying to be pre-med with dreams of becoming a pediatrician, but found a different path calling her.

BC gets $500K in flood money

April 30, 2012

The North Dakota State Board of University and School Lands, also referred to as the State Land Board, approved $25.6 million for statewide flood recovery projects in nine counties, with $500,000 of that going to 10 projects in Barnes County.

“These state grants are an important part of our on-going work to help communities and rural areas across our state recover from last year’s major flood events,” said Gov. Jack Dalrymple, chair of the State Land Board, in a news release. “We will not waiver in our commitment to help meet these changes.”

Bob Drake runs for city commission

April 30, 2012

The June 12 city election will see five candidates vying for two City Commissioner seats vacated by George Dutton and Jon Wagar. This week, the T-R will interview all five candidates to provide a better look at those seeking office and their take on the issues facing Valley City.

Going alphabetically, the first interviewee is candidate Bob Drake.

Occupation: Restauranteur for 40 years, lived in Valley City for 22 years

Education: High school, Delta College for 2 years

Family: Wife Tammy, seven sons and daughters and four grandkids.

April 27th

Blood drive in Valley City

April 27, 2012

United Blood Services needs your blood.
Here are 2 opportunities to donate!!!
#1 May 1, 2012
Please don’t make us send the mascot to you.

VCSU “BLEED CARDINAL” Blood Drive
Do you bleed Cardinal? Then show your Pride. Save a life. Maybe even win a VCSU T-shirt.

VCSU Athletic Department Blood Drive
Tuesday, May 1st from 9:30am – 3:30pm

VCSU Student Center Skoal Room
Sign up at : www.bloodhero.com Sponsor Code: VCSU
or call: Coach Horner at 701-845-7423

#2 May 7, 2012
Find the Hero in you
Valley City Eagles
Monday, May 7th

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