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September 18th, 2014
Barnes County States Attorney Carl Martineck Wednesday said he has decided to file no charges against the driver of a pickup truck that struck a 92-year-old woman in Valley City June 22, resulting in her death June 30.
Rita Weber, a pedestrian struck by a pickup truck June 22 in Valley City, died of her injuries.
Weber, 92, was walking along Central Avenue North and was in the crosswalk at Central Avenue North and Sixth Avenue Northwest when she was struck by a Ford F-150 driven by by Robert J. Mittleider, 32, of Valley City.
A supply drive held at the First Community Credit Union for the Abused Persons Outreach Center ends Friday. Items can be dropped off at a donation table inside the bank at 115 Fifth Avenue Northeast in Valley City. More in Thursday's Times-Record.
Meeting Tuesday, Barnes County Commissioners voted 3-1 to back a proposal by the Valley City Parks and Recreation District to stop losing the public Bjornson Golf Course to the Sheyenne River. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is considering closing the Cuba entrance onto Interstate 94 for an entire summer when it does a reconstruction project in 2017, District Engineer John Thompson said Tuesday. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
The Valley City Public School Board unanimously voted during its regular Monday meeting to support the concept to build the proposed Valley City Health, Wellness and Physical Education Center as well as support permanent flood protection. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
The Valley City Farmers Market is still going strong and will have a first day of fall celebration on Monday, Sept. 22 at the Rosebud Parking Lot from 4 to 6 p.m.
Visitors will be treated to apple cider and doughnut holes. Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Signs announcing flu shots are now available have been appearing at Valley City pharmacies over the past few weeks, with the annual problem expected to appear by October. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Alan Komrosky, the paleontologist who dug up and put together the Triceratops skeleton that's on display at the Barnes County Museum, will speak about the creature Thursday at 7 p.m.
The lecture, titled, "Resurrecting Bob: The journey from discovery to public unveiling," is part of the Barnes County Historical Society Lecture Series taking place at the museum.
More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
More than $4 million in federal funding to make improvements and updates at the Jamestown, Grand Forks and Fort Berthold airports was recently awarded. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
Barnes County small grains farmers are resting easy this week with most of the area's wheat and barley crops harvested and in good condition, unlike small grain producers in other parts of the state where the wet summer led to disease and other problems. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.