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September 3rd, 2013

Dickinson Stuffs Hi-Liners

September 3, 2013

Hi-Liner football faced a tough opener on Friday night as they hosted Dickinson, a team with 18 seniors — among them 10 offensive and defensive linemen, and six wide receivers — to Valley City's nine.

Dickinson's senior experience made the difference as the Midgets scored 41 points in the first half en route to a 48-0 win at Hanna Field. The Hi-Liners committed three turnovers — a fumble and two interceptions — on the night.

VC Getting Movie Theater

September 3, 2013

Valley City will get a new movie theater by Nov. 1, said Jeremy Zako of Bismarck, who plans to call the theater Cinema Flix.
Jennifer Feist of the Valley City-Barnes County Development Corp. introduced the Bismarck resident to county commissioners Monday morning, at the same time as she asked commissioners to provide a $25,000 grant to help the theater open from development corp. budget.
Commissioners voted 5-0 to provide the requested grant.

Salvation Army Does Backpack Program

September 3, 2013

Backpacks filled with school supplies were given to families in need by the Barnes County Salvation Army, said Lee Isensee, chairman of the county organization.
Thursday Isensee said the Barnes County Salvation Army's school and backpack program was chaired by Jana Olson and Dave Carlsrud.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Eagles Hosts Polka Fest

September 3, 2013

The Valley City Eagles Club held its annual Polka Fest Saturday
and Sunday. A crowd was on hand both days to dance to polka and old-time country music including songs by Albert Mikesh, a one-man-band.
See photos in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Meeting Was Official Griggs County Meeting

September 3, 2013

An opinion issued Wednesday by North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem requires the Griggs County Commission give John Wakefield meeting minutes of a Feb. 12 meeting without charge.
Wakefield asked the attorney general for an opinion on his position that county commissioners violated North Dakota's open records and open meeting laws.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

September 2nd

Vikings Sweep NSAA Week 1 Football Awards

September 2, 2013

Valley City State swept the first North Star Athletic Association weekly football honors, the NSAA announced Monday. The Vikings, an NAIA Top 25 Preseason Coaches' Poll team, defeated Jamestown 31-14 in the annual Paint Bucket rivalry game.

VCSU junior linebacker Austin Flores is the Defensive Player of the Week, having recorded four solo tackles and assisted eight tackles, and had an interception and two forced fumbles in the game.

August 31st

Vikings Beat Jimmies, Reclaim Paint Bucket Trophy

August 31, 2013

Rain clouds loomed over Jamestown's Taylor Stadium as Valley City State came to reclaim the Paint Bucket trophy in the 52nd installment of the rivalry with the Jimmies.

The eager Vikings forced three fumbles and an interception to bring the trophy back to Valley City with a 31-14 win.

Read the full article in Tuesday's Times-Record.

August 30th

Bridge City Cruisers Restores Car for Local Veteran

August 30, 2013

Ryan Metcalf, Valley City, saw his fully-restored car for the first time Thursday evening, after local car club Bridge City Cruisers spent more than a year restoring it as a gift to him.
The project came about in 2011 after Ryan's wife Erin asked the club to restore his 1966 Chevy Impala, which he bought from his grandfather three years ago, while he was deployed in Afghanistan with the North Dakota National Guard.

Scam Report

August 30, 2013

The Valley City Police Department warns residents of a reported scam.
A Valley City resident reported on Wednesday he received a call from a caller who advised him of an IRS settlement. Later he received a call from the Department of Motor Vehicles in Valley City telling him that his driver's license was revoked because of a letter from an attorney.
The first calls came from (530) 567-2511 and (530) 235-6505. The last call came from 845-3812 which is the DMV's phone number but police confirmed the DMV did not place the call and that the man's license was current.

Signs Remind Drivers to Slow Down Near Schools

August 30, 2013

New signs, purchased with a Safe Routes to School grant, let drivers passing Washington Elementary School and Jefferson Elementary School know just how fast they are going in the 20 miles-per-hour zone. The new signs are meant to help remind motorists to slow down.

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