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May 2nd, 2013

12 Innings Weren't Enough

May 2, 2013

The NAIA Unaffiliated Baseball Tournament started Wednesday, and the first game was a barnburner. The Valley City State University Vikings took on the Dakota State Trojans. The Trojans came into the tournament seeded #5, and Vikings #4.
The morning game began quietly. A strong wind came in from right field, but had little affect on hitters later in the game. The Trojans scored once in the second inning, and again in the fourth. The Vikings put a run on the board in the bottom of the fourth, and then in the fifth, all heck broke loose with the bats.

May 1st

Rain Predicted For Weekend

May 1, 2013

For Saturday during the day, the National Weather Service predicts a chance of rain, partly sunny, with a high near 51. On Saturday night, the forecast calls for a chance of rain and snow, mostly cloudy, with a low around 37.
On Sunday, Ewens said the forecast shows a chance of rain. Partly sunny, with a high near 57. For Sunday night, the NWS predicts partly cloudy, with a low around 39.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Farm Rescue Getting $200K from Foundation, Bank

May 1, 2013

Farm Rescue will receive two-year funding of $150,000 from the Otto Bremer Foundation and $50,000 from Bremer Bank.
The Jamestown-based group has helped Barnes County farmers with medical and health problems with their harvests, including Rick Diemert of Eckelson.
More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Stamp Out Hunger Set for May 11

May 1, 2013

On Saturday, May 11, Valley City residents can help fill the Barnes County Food Pantry with the 21st annual Stamp Out Hunger across America campaign.
The nationwide food drive is an effort by the National Association of Letter Carriers and the United States Postal Service that provides assistance to the millions of Americans who are struggling to put food on the table everyday, according to a press release.
Pennie Reinke, USPS letter carrier who is heading the Valley City campaign, said, "All the proceeds we get go to the Barnes County Food Bank."
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record

April 30th

State's Attorney Likes New DUI Laws

April 30, 2013

Barnes County State's Attorney Lee Grossman said Monday he was pleased a new North Dakota law covering drunken driving includes tougher penalties for first offenses.
North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation Monday aimed at strengthening penalties for drunken driving in North Dakota.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

NDVMA Animal Hall of Fame Nominees Sought

April 30, 2013

North Dakota's Veterinary Medical Association is looking for nominees for its annual NDVMA Animal Hall of Fame Awards.
Nominees must reside in North Dakota and an official nomination form must be completed. Nomination forms can be downloaded from the NDVMA's website at www.ndvma.com or by contacting the NDVMA office at (701) 221-7740. A picture of the nominee, as well as a letter explaining why they should receive the award, must accompany the nomination form.
More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

Awards and Kudos to the T-R

April 30, 2013

The Valley City Times-Record is officially an award-winning newspaper.
On Friday, the North Dakota Newspaper Association announced winners of the 2012 NDNA Better Newspaper Contest during its convention in Rapid City S.D. The T-R placed in a variety of areas including individual and staff awards in advertising, editorial and sports categories for daily newspapers with a circulation of less than 12,000. Newspapers in this circulation category also included the Jamestown Sun, the Dickinson Press, the Daily News in Wahpeton, the Devils Lake Journal and the Williston Herald.

Graduation Approaching

April 30, 2013

Area students will soon gather to celebrate another milestone and chapter in their lives as they receive their diplomas. Barnes County schools have graduation ceremonies throughout the month of May.
Valley City State University's graduation is scheduled for May 11, and local high schools will have their graduation ceremonies later this month.
Read more in Tuesday's Times-Record

April 29th

VCHS Beats Bismarck Twice

April 29, 2013

With months' worth of practices adding to the frustrations of the Valley City softball team the Hi-Liners finally played their first game, Thursday, April 25. The Hi-Liners played a fourth ranked Bismarck team, according to the WDA pre-season poll, and won twice.
Valley City sent out a strong starting lineup with Paula Andel in the circle, Dierra Diegel at catcher, Danica Diegel at first, Madison McDaniel at second, Brooke Breckheimer at third, Sadi Klingenberg at shortstop, Jessica Denholm in left field, Jasmine Stevens in center, and Tarryn Justesen started in right.

Vikings Make It 4-4 Against Mayville

April 29, 2013

The Valley City State University Viking softball team finished their home opener perfectly against the Mayville State Comets. The Vikings scratched out a playing field at Lokken Stadium, took two from the Comets on Thursday, and then another two on Friday. The Vikings are now 7-21 overall.

[Photo courtesy of Jessica Lammle] Randy Compson of Valley City, who has raced at Pierre, S.D.’s...
Valley City’s Running Buddies, coached by the Hi-Liner cross country team, raced at the one-mile...
Sharon Michael and the Valley City junior high girls, and Mikaylah Ross and the varsity girls, came...

 

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