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March 27th, 2015

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March 27, 2015

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Hastings Sole Church to Close After 116 Years

March 27, 2015

Spring Creek Lutheran Church will close its doors in June after 116 years of serving the Hastings, N.D. community.

While the sole church there was once the center of the community, members say a declining congregation has forced it to close. The final worship service will take place Sunday, June 28, at 1 p.m.

More in Friday's Times-Record.

VCPD Awards 2 Men for Heroism During Boating Accident

March 27, 2015

Two Valley City police officers and two civilian men were recognized recently for their heroism during a boating accident that claimed the life of a Valley City State University student last spring. On Wednesday, the Valley City Police Department held its annual awards ceremony where these and other officers were recognized for their accomplishments.

More in Friday's Times-Record.

County Government Week Set

March 27, 2015

Barnes County Commissioner Bill Carlblom plans to put in time during this year's county government week, set for Monday through Friday, April 13 to 17. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

Intramurals Offer Fun Competition to VCHS Students

March 27, 2015

The intramural program at Valley City High School offers students a chance to play sports in a fun environment. Watch for an article highlighting this program in Monday's Times-Record.

March 26th

Drug Court Graduates First Participant

March 26, 2015

The Stutsman-Barnes Juvenile Drug Court recently held its first graduation.

On March 11, the graduate, a Stutsman County participant, was presented with a graduation certificate from Southeast Judicial District Judge Thomas Merrick along with a plaque for being the first graduate from the program.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Yellow Lab Been Helping Students Read for 8 Years

March 26, 2015

Junior is always looking for a hug, but he can also help students who need a little extra help reading.

Elementary School Title I teacher Alaine Toso and therapy dog Junior will retire at the end of this school year. Alaine's been with the district for 16 years, and together the duo has been helping students with reading for the past eight.

More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Cutest Pet Contest Begins in April

March 26, 2015

Is your furry (or feathery) friend the cutest in Barnes County? You can find out by entering the Times-Record's upcoming cutest pet contest.

The rules are pretty simple: email your cute pet photo to trnews1@times-online.com or drop it off at the office, 146 Third Street Northeast in Valley City. Remember to include the name your pet and the breed and age if known. If there are any people in the photo, include their names too.

Throwback Thursday: 1972 Oriska Baseball Team

March 26, 2015

The Valley City Times-Record plans to run a historical photograph each week on Thursdays submitted by our readers.

Keith Baumgartner provided the Times-Record with this photograph of Del's Oriska Gamblers baseball team, champions of the Blue Ribbon League in 1972. On the team were Rod Oksendahl, Russ Larson, Keith Baumgartner, Mike Pfeifer, Rod Groth, Jolie Heinze, Keith Trader, Randy Mason, Dan Groth, John Weisenberger, Tom Olson, Joel Peterson, Tony Yanish, Kent Baumgartner and Manager/coach Bob Pfeifer.

Preheating the Spring

March 26, 2015

Florida's Gulf Coast shore offers an amazing March vacation. See Thursday's Times-Record to read more.

Two VCHS track athletes have taken spots on the Hi-Liner all-time Track and Field record book. See...
The Hi-Liners defeated the Wahpeton Huskies in EDC tennis action Saturday. See Monday's Times-...
The Hi-Liner boys' baseball team played Thursday evening in Valley City. See Friday's Times-Record...

 

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