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October 9th, 2014
Valley City elementary students joined others from around the world who walked to school Wednesday. The students walked on International Walk to School Day, which raises awareness of the need to create safer routes for walking and bicycling and emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic congestion and concern for the environment. More in Thursday's Times-Record.
October is breast cancer awareness month, and Valley City's CHI Mercy Health wants to make certain women know that mammograms are very important, especially for women over 40, and are available in Valley City at Mercy. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Valley City State University will hold a Viking Parent and Family Weekend Oct. 10 to 12, with about 100 VCSU students, parents and siblings scheduled to take part in activities planned to make families part of the VCSU family. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Several local churches and service organizations have teamed up to offer students meals on the weekends. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
CHI Mercy Health treated residents to food, fun and education Sunday during Community Night Out, Valley City's final block party of the year. Pictured are Trevor Winter, left, and Lindsey Noeske, right, who got a tour of an ambulance from Melissa Miller of the Barnes County Ambulance Service.
Gale Hansen of Valley City, holding a copy of the Valley City Times-Record, stands alongside of the Pikes Peak Monument Plaque, on top of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Sunday.
Hansen said the peak is 14,114 feet above sea level. â€śIt was 61 degress
at the bottom and 27 degrees at the top with snow,â€ť he said.
â€śIâ€™m on top of the world with the Valley City Times-Record,â€ť Hansen
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A fashion show and silent auction will be held at Sabir's later this month to benefit the Valley City Hi Lites dance team.
Dancers, college students and others from the community will model clothing from the clothing boutique in Central Hair Studio on Thursday, Oct. 23. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Valley City State University and the University of Jamestown are working together to put on a Fall Job and Internship Fair Oct. 28 in Jamestown. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Students, teachers, and parents are invited to promote conservation education in their schools and community by encouraging youth to take an active part in the junior duck stamp program, said Jackie Jacobson, visitor services manager of the Audubon National Wildlife Refuge in Coleharbor, N.D. More in Monday's Times-Record.
Registered sex offender Russell Wayne Stephens is now working at 101, Central Avenue, Valley City.
Stephens is considered a high-risk offender with a lifetime registration. In 2003, he was convicted of having oral sex and intercourse with a 10-year-old girl. Stephens claims to have no recollection of the offense.
Stephens, 51, is a white male with gray hair and brown eyes. He is six feet, three inches tall and weighs 240 pounds.