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July 17th, 2014
A food truck is now open in Valley City, and it's set up at the Dakota Plains lot at 151 Ninth Avenue Northwest. Sandtastic Sandwiches and Catering, owned by Kenny and Mary McCarty, opened Tuesday, and the business will be set up at its current site Monday through Friday 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The pair started their business a month-and-a-half-ago but set up at its current location Tuesday.
Laura Langemo, daughter-in-law of Valley City's Howard Langemo, has returned home after a 10-day visit to Norway that began June 26. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.
High risk sex offender Daniel Kelder is currently residing at 459 Fifth Street Southwest in Valley City.
Kelder, 43, is a white male, with brown hair and brown eyes. He is five feet ten inches tall and weighs 270 pounds.
Kelder was convicted of gross sexual imposition in 2012. He fondled a five-year-old girl who was visiting her father, who was staying in the same house as Kelder. Kelder also had the girl touch his genitals. He is considered at high-risk to offend again.
A Valley City high risk sex offender is delinquent after failing to register with local authorities.
Tyler Delmore's last known address was 135 Second Street Southeast, Valley City.
Delmore, 30, was convicted in 2005 of gross sexual imposition in 2005 and 1999.
In 2005, When Delmore was 19, he had sex with a 14-year-old girl. In 1999, when Delmore was 14, he had sex with a 12-year-old girl.
Delmore is an American Indian with brown hair and brown eyes. He is five feet six inches tall and weighs 180 pounds. He a lifetime offender and considered at high risk to re-offend.
An emergency workers advisory committee would like to see communities with greater populations to pay more for dispatch services, Barnes County Emergency Management Coordinator Kimberly Franklin told county commissioners Tuesday. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Valley City's annual Crazy Day street fair is set for next Wednesday. Events are scheduled at various businesses throughout town from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., a new time set to allow those who work during business hours to check out the event after work. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
When Russ and Misti Kauffman threw a party Monday evening and invited the entire neighborhood, about 50 people showed up for food, music and entertainment. The neighborhood block party was the result of an effort by Valley City officials to get residents to get to know each other and to "give neighborhood crime and drugs a going away party!"
Construction work on the Interstate 94 business loop east in Valley City will begin on Wednesday, July 16 east of the city limits to I-94. Crews will be making asphalt improvements and constructing turning lanes, lighting and guardrails on the I-94 business loop in Valley City. Motorists should be advised of reduced speed limits, width restrictions and temporary lane closures.
Wolski Plaza Road will be realigned/reconstructed as part of this project. The realignment will provide safer access to the I-94 business loop.
*Motorists should expect delays
A flea market held near Valley City Saturday was a success according to organizers. About 22 vendors showed up to the fee-free flea market held on the grass field in front of Bowen Welding all day Saturday. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Nothing more than a hole remains where a flood buy-out house once stood on Fifth Avenue Southeast where houses are being torn down in preparation for permanent flood protection in the college area of Valley City.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.