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October 20th, 2014
Area youth in costumes filled the Valley City Rec Center Friday evening during the annual Ruckus at the Rec Halloween celebration. More photos in Monday's Times-Record.
North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction is seeking public comment on recently revised North Dakota Physical Education Content and Achievement Standards. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking sponsors for upcoming events, including the November and December Christmas in the Valley Campaign. More in Monday's Times-Record.
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Austin Edward Henne, 38, of rural Spiritwood, was arrested in Barnes County Wednesday on a federal warrant.
Henne, who was wanted by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms on weapons charges, was arrested by the Barnes County Sheriff's Office and charged Thursday in U.S. District Court for possession of a firearm or a weapon by a felon. Henne, who has a criminal history including prohibited possession of firearms, criminal conspiracy and burglary, is currently in federal custody.
Barnes County residents having a difficult time paying heating bills might be able to get help through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance program. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
Dr. Tisa A. Mason, vice president for student affairs at Fort Hays State University in Hays Kansas, and Dr. Daniel J. Shipp, chief student affairs officer/dean of students and associate vice chancellor, University of Nebraska Omaha, have been chosen as finalists for new Valley City Stat University president. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
Valley City Girl Scouts and CHI Mercy Health employees released pink balloons Thursday afternoon in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Week.
Pictured in the front row, left to right, are Girl Scouts from Troop 30890 Joylyssa Kuehne, Brinklyn Johnson, Brooklyn Triebold and Maggie Dockter. Also in the front row are Jessica Mattison and Sister Dorothy Bunce.
Sixty-four percent of Valley City State University students who voted approved a student fee increase to help fund the operating expenses of the proposed Valley City Health, Wellness and Physical Education Center.
All students will pay a fee each semester based on their credit load, VCSU Marketing Director Greg Vanney said. The fee will be in the range of $10 to $12 per credit hour, capped at 12 credits.
Leaders of the Salvation Army Service Unit of Barnes County thank local supporters for once again making increasingly larger contributions to the organization which help families and individuals in need. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.