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Jodi Rae Ingstad wrote her first column for the Times-Record nearly 10 years ago, and since that time she's shared many intimate stories from her life, which has prompted conversations with her readers who've shared their personal stories.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.
Every Wednesday, the Barnes County Sheriff's Office and the Valley City Police Department ask for the public's assistance in locating individuals with outstanding warrants.
This week, the sheriff's office is asking for help locating Charles Richard Russell, who is wanted for failure to participate in the 24/7 program. His original charge was possession of drug paraphernalia, a class C felony.
Russell, 54, is a white male with brown eyes and brown hair. He is 5-feet 7-inches tall and weighs 140 pounds.
Valley City resident Andrea Nelson will become the first administrator of the Sheyenne Valley Community Foundation Aug. 4, said Alicia Hoffarth, secretary/treasurer of the foundation on Tuesday. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Dakota Rose Floral is celebrating 25 years in business Friday, Aug. 1 with an open house. The event begins with coffee and rolls from 9 to 11 a.m. and lemonade and cake from 1-3 p.m. The business closes at 3.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Valley City woman Michelle Walker turned her hobby into a way to give back and honor her deceased brother, who passed away a year ago. Walker makes and donates baby-sized winter hats to the Jamestown Regional Medical Center.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Customers and residents of Litchville are invited to a meeting called by the U.S. Postal Service 3 p.m. Aug. 28 to discuss possible hour cuts at the post office, said Postmaster Sharon Opdahl Monday. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Valley City's Community Gardens expect to give away thousands of pounds of free produce this year through a North Dakota Hunger Free project. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
About 150 motorcycles traveled about 150 miles to raise awareness of cancer and raise money for research and the care of terminally ill patients. The ride was for the sixth annual Debbie Gabel Memorial Ride, which was started by Rocky Gabel in 2009 to honor his late wife Debbie who died of ovarian cancer earlier that year.
More in Monday's Times-Record.
North Dakota's Department of Transportation is working to protect I-94 from rising water in Hobart Lake, located at mile marker 285 in rural Barnes County. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
A park ranger will be giving free instructions on canoeing and kayaking on the Sheyenne River 1 p.m., Aug. 9, at Fort Ransom State Park, said Cynthia Henderson, administrative assistant for the park. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.