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May 1st, 2015

Coast Guard Cutter Namesake Homesteaded in Tower City

May 1, 2015

The U.S. Coast Guard's newest Fast Response Cutter, the Isaac Mayo, which was recently commissioned in Key West, Fla., has a Barnes County tie. The ship's namesake, an east coast whaler skipper, went on to homestead a farm near Tower City.

More in Friday's Times-Record.

VC Students Learn About Aerospace

May 1, 2015

Austin Brandt, son of Terry and Kristi Brandt and Justin Roswick, son of Cody and Bonita Roswick, participated in the 4-H Aerospace Event held at the University of North Dakota's Aerospace Science center April 26-27, said Bonita Roswick.

More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

VCHS Music Department Presents Jazzin' 15

May 1, 2015

The music department at Valley City High School will present its instrumental spring concert, "Jazzin' 15 — Broadway Live," on Thursday, May 14, at 7 p.m. in the Hi-Liner Activity Center. The concert features the VCHS Jazz Band. Other performing ensembles will be the senior band, varsity band, seventh-grade band and eighth-grade band.

Tickets for the concert are $5. Table seats and bleacher seats are available. Pre-sale tickets will be available on Monday, May 4, from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Valley City High School cafeteria (door 6) outside the Kiwanis pancake supper.

Hi-Liner Softball Falls to Davies

May 1, 2015

The Hi-Liner softball team lost to Fargo Davies in a battle of the pitchers. See Friday's Times-Record to read more.

Hi-Liner Baseball Drops Tough Games to Grand Forks Red River

May 1, 2015

The Hi-Liners completed the toughest part of their schedule after a doubleheader against Red River Thursday evening. See Friday's Times-Record to read more.

April 30th

37 Inducted into National Honor Society

April 30, 2015

Valley City High School held its National Honor Society induction on Monday, April 27. Thirty-seven new members were inducted into the local chapter and join 27 existing members.

The pillars of National Honor Society are character, leadership, service, and scholarship. Inductees must provide evidence of these four traits on their application form and have maintained a 3.5 grade point average or higher cumulative grade point average.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Fog Blamed for Highway 46 Crash

April 30, 2015

Heavy fog was determined to be a contributing factor in a two-vehicle crash that caused minor injuries to one man.

The accident occurred at the intersection of North Dakota Highways 41 and 1 near Kathryn Tuesday morning. A pick-up driven by 79-year-old Walter Haberman was westbound on Highway 46. After stopping at the intersection, Haberman pulled into the intersection and was struck by a semi-trailer, driven by Mike Kleinsaffer, 69, traveling north on Highway 1 at about 45 miles-per-hour, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Kiwanis Celebrates 100 Years; VC Club Plans Annual Pancake Feed

April 30, 2015

Kiwanis is celebrating its 100th anniversary as Valley City's chapter plans its annual pancake feed Monday, May 4 at the Valley City High School Cafeteria from 5 to 7 p.m.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

State Approves Flood Protection Funding

April 30, 2015

Senator Larry Robinson, Valley City announced today that Valley City will be receiving $3,000,000 in funding to assist with the costs of Phase 1 of Permanent Flood Protection for the city.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Viking Club Tennis Hosts Fundraiser, Awards Night

April 30, 2015

This past Saturday, Viking Club Tennis held a fundraiser and awards night. See Thursday's Times-Record to read more.

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