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September 5th, 2014
Valley City's Curves is hosting an open house later this month, which will give new members 30 days free in addition to a free workout. The open house week, held Monday, Sept. 15 through Saturday, Sept. 20, provides women with the opportunity to check out their local Curves and take some important â€śme timeâ€ť for themselves.
More in Friday's Times-Record.
The Valley City Times-Record plans to run a historical photograph each week on Thursdays submitted by our readers.
Wes Anderson, curator of the barnes County Historical Society Museum agreed to start off the series to give our readers an idea what we are looking for.
Photos can be of events or places in Barnes County from 10, 20, 30 years ago, or even older. We will publish at least one submitted photograph every week in the Valley City Times-Record.
Please submit photographs by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop them by our office at 146 Third Street NE.
Barnes County Sheriff Randy McClaflin is asking for an increase in the pay portion of his department's budget for 2015 to add a full-time deputy at the jail and bring wages of himself and other deputies in line with wages deputies in nearby counties. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.
Each week, local law enforcement asks for help from the community in locating individuals who have felony warrants out for their arrest.
Tony Sabastian Tatarelli, Jr. is wanted by the Barnes County Sheriff's office on a bench warrant for failure to appear for an order to show cause hearing for the charges of physical obstruction of a government function, a class A misdemeanor.
Tatarelli, 20, is a white male with brown hair and brown eyes. He is six feet, one inch tall and weighs 175 pounds.
Valley City's newest police officer, Stephen Voelkner, was sworn in at Tuesday at a regular meeting of the Valley City City Commission. More in Thursday's Times-Record
The fence around the Barnes County jail exercise area can be repaired as long as it costs no more than $5,000. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.
The Arc Thrift Shop employees and board members want the community to know that their store is not a place to leave garbage. Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.
(From left) Kristi Anderson, Cathryn Stillings knit while Mari Anne Williams spins wool at the Barnes County Historical Museum Friday. Williams began spinning wool about seven years ago. Friday, she spun yarn from the wool of a sheep in Pelican Rapids, Minn. that the ladies have all met. Before it can be used for yarn, the wool must be cleaned and "carded" or brushed.
Valley City State Universityâ€™s Prairie Waters Education and Research Center has received a $9,900 grant from the North Dakota Natural Resources Trust to start a wetlands education program for North Dakota high schools. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.