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March 27th, 2014

VC Guard May Be Mobilized

March 27, 2014

A small group of North Dakota Army National Guard soldiers assigned to the Valley City-based 231st Brigade Support Battalion have received an alert notification for possible mobilization, said the unit's commander, Capt. Nicolette Daschendorf. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.

Novel Partially Set in Valley City

March 27, 2014

A novel by Arizona resident Judith Grout is partially set in Valley City, which she calls Felicity, N.D. in the book. The novel, called, "Chasing the Strawberry Moon: Hitchiking (for girls)," is based on the true story of Grout's late mother-in-law's journey with her friend across the western United States during the summer of 1939.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Board of Equalization to Meet in April

March 27, 2014

Valley City will hold its annual tax equalization meeting on Tuesday, April 8 at 4 p.m. in the commission chambers at City Hall.

Mental Health Access Meeting Topic

March 27, 2014

Local concerns over a lack of mental health and addiction services in Barnes County will be addressed April 8 when city and county residents will have an opportunity to share their concerns with an Iowa consulting company. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.

March 26th

March 25 After Lunch Bunch Bowling Update

March 27, 2014

Fairhill Properties won 3 of 4 from Dacotah Bank
Farmers Union Insurance won 3 of 4 from Dirty Johnny’s
Wesley Acres won 3 of 4 from Bettins Greenhouse

Team High Game and Series
Wesley Acres 801 and 2,139

Indiv. High Game
Rhonda Nelson 215

Indiv. High Series
Mary Tangen519

High Averages
Cheryl Olson 160, Doris Weller 156, Mary Tangen 153

Standings
Farmers Union 31-21
Bettin's Greenhouse 29-23
Dirty Johnny’s 27-25
Dacotah Bank 25-27
Fairhill Properties 23-29
Wesley Acres 21-31

BEK Starting Work in BC

March 26, 2014

BEK Communications has started work on improving high-speed Internet communications in Barnes County, with Barnes County Commissioners last week hearing the company's request for an easement through the riparian gardens along the Kathryn Road south of Valley City. More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Kids: Drugs, Other Dangers Lurk in VC

March 26, 2014

Parents should be parents, not their children's friends. This was the message of Deputy Doug Muske of the Stutsman County Narcotics Task Force, who addressed parents and teachers of Valley City Public School students Monday.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

Bus Company Says Obey Stop Signs

March 26, 2014

Dietrich and Sons, Inc., which is the contracted bus service for the Valley City Public School District, wants to remind residents that they should not pass a school bus when the stop sign is up.

Brian Yanish, transportation safety specialist, said the company has seen a recent rise in people disobeying the law and driving through stop signs on the school bus when drivers are loading and unloading kids. He said bus drivers have observed 24 incidents in Valley City since the beginning of the school year.
More in Wednesday's Times-Record.

March 25th

March 25 Hi Lo Bowling Update

March 26, 2014

Leevers Foods pulled off a 4-0 sweep of 20-20 Auto Center
Bank Forward won 3 of 4 from J & S Ladies
Chrissy Faye won 3 of 4 from Sky Lanes
Valley Lumber won 3 of 4 from Service Master

High Team Game
Chrissy Faye Photography 833

High Team Total
Leevers Foods 2,286

Indiv. High Single Game
Karen Aus 184

Indiv. High Series
Monica Nelson 497

High Averages
Connie Maresh 180, Janeen Anderson 174, Mary Berntson 174

Standings
Bank Forward 15-5
Valley Lumber 12-8
Chrissy Faye 12-8
Sky Lanes 11-9
20-20 Auto 10-10

Viking Baseball Drops Final 2 Spring Games

March 26, 2014

Valley City State baseball put up plenty of runs Monday but lost a pair of slugfests to finish their Tucson, Ariz. Spring Trip.

The Vikings fell 15-9 to Williams College early in the day and closed with a 16-15 loss to Luther College in the evening. VCSU’s offense racked up 40 total hits and 24 runs on the day.

Valley City State is now 9-18 overall and returns with a 5-11 Arizona
record. Next up are four games at Dickinson State (4-18) this weekend with a 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. doubleheader on Saturday, and a noon and 2 p.m. doubleheader on Sunday.

Hi-Liner baseball came up with only a single hit in Tuesday’s home doubleheader against Oakes,...
Viking softball torched Presentation College 14-4 in five innings and 12-8 in seven on Sunday to...
Valley City State senior third base Brittany Lehner is the North Star Athletic Association Co-...

 

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