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September 30th, 2013

GUEST VIEW: Dinosaur Hunter Discusses Commercial Vs. Academic Finds

September 30, 2013

On Sept. 25, the Fargo Forum published an article about Dueling Dinosaurs, a pair of dinosaurs that appear to be fossilized in a fighting position, that referred to the upcoming auction of the find as "mostly hype." In the article, Paleontologist Jack Horner claimed the find had no scientific value because it was collected by people who make money.
I respect Jack Horner and the academics that do research in the field of paleontology, but I could not disagree more with the comment that all scientific value is lost simply because money is involved.

Barnes County Dispatch Up and Running

September 30, 2013

Barnes County Dispatch based in the Barnes County Courthouse began handling its own calls Thursday, as communications were passed from state radio to Barnes County.
Kimberly Franklin, director of Barnes County Emergency Management, said Friday, “We now get our own calls – although a few weeks late.”
More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

NDSA Hosting Breeds Cattle Tour

September 30, 2013

The North Dakota Stockmen's Association will hold its 27th annual All Breeds Cattle Tour starting and finishing in Valley City, that will showcase ranches in southeastern North Dakota on Oct. 11.
The tour will feature a line-up of 12 area cattle producers representing eight breeds of cattle, including some in Barnes and neighboring counties.
More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

Bridges Celebrates Grand Opening

September 30, 2013

Bridges Bar and Grill celebrated its grand opening all last week. Celebrations included kids face painting, wine tasting, Valley City State University athlete autographs, music, an official ribbon cutting ceremony and more.
After opening in May, the bar and grill restaurant attached to the AmericInn has added some new menu items, and now serves an array of hand-pattied burgers, chicken sandwiches, wraps, wings, appetizers and more. The bar also has eight tap beers and a wide selection of beers and wines.

September 27th

Picking for a Cause: VCSU Students Pick Squash for Food Bank

September 27, 2013

Valley City State University Freshmen spent a morning in the country working for a cause Thursday.
As part of the Learning to Live/Living to learn course, about 200 students – the entire freshman class – converged on the Dan Faust farm near Valley City to pick squash for the Great Plains Food Bank. The group nearly filled two semi-trailers with buttercup squash – more than 47,630 pounds. The squash will be distributed to more than 270 charitable feeding programs including shelters, soup kitchens and food pantries.

Former VC Man Leads Truck Convoy

September 27, 2013

Chad Sorensen, of Larimore, N.D. and formerly of Valley City, had the honor or leading a truck convoy Sept. 21 in West Fargo after raising $2,500 for Special Olympics. Sorensen raised the most money, so he was the lead dog truck of a 45-truck convoy.
The convoy, which Sorensen said was the world's largest for Special Olympics, is done all over the country to raise money for the organization. North Dakota has its convoy every September in Fargo.
Read more in Friday's Times-Record.

Nominees Sought For Ag Hall Of Fame

September 27, 2013

The selection committee of the North Dakota Agriculture Hall of Fame is asking the public for candidate suggestions for the 2014 North Dakota Agricultural Hall of Fame inductees. Either organizations or individuals may nominate candidates and the deadline for nominations is Dec. 1.
Angie Curtis, event coordinator for the North Dakota Winter Show, said Thursday two winners are selected during the North Star Classic Show in December, and winners are inducted Saturday, March 8, during the North Dakota Winter Show.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

VC Curves Fundraising to Fight Cancer

September 27, 2013

Curves in Valley City is recognizing October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month by inviting members and non-members to buy $10 punch cards good for 10 workouts with the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society, said Dawn Thomsen, owner of Valley City's Curves.
Curves, the largest fitness and weight management club chain for women, Tuesday announced the program. Valley City's Curves is located at 1109 West Main Street.
More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

September 26th

North Dakota Adopts Pre-Kindergarten Standards

September 26, 2013

The importance of learning during early childhood led the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction to create the state's first pre-kindergarten content standards and join a multi-state consortium to develop a new kindergarten entry assessment, said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler.
Colette Jenson, the owner of Valley City's Circle of Friends Preschool and Childcare, said Wednesday standards for pre-kindergarten education are important and she plans to find out exactly what they are and receive training on them.
More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.

Local Musician to Perform at Fall Festival

September 26, 2013

Buffalo-based musician Cynthia Berget will perform Saturday at the Sheyenne Riverbend Farm Fall Festival. The musician and author said she'd be at the festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., performing as a "one woman band," under the title "Original Cyn," also known as "Cynthia Musical Show."
Sheyenne Riverbend Farm is located three miles south of Interstate 94, county road 21 on exit 292.
In addition to the keyboard, Berget plans to play other instruments, including cymbals, bongos, cowbell and a make-shift bass drum, fashioned from an old suitcase and bass drum pedal.

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