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October 8th, 2012

Birthday Bear Rogers Man Gets Bear on Birthday, Mounted a Year Later

October 8, 2012

Earl Kramer got quite the birthday gift this year when he traveled to Canada to pick up a mounted bear that he shot on his birthday in June last year.

After waiting an entire year to get the rare cinnamon-colored black bear in a full-body mount, Kramer finally got to see his prize on his birthday this year.

The bear, which stands up with one paw in the air and on top of a tree trunk stand, is displayed in a picture window in Kramer’s house in Rogers.

NRA Endorses Kiefert, Gulleson

October 8, 2012

The National Rifle Association recently endorsed both Republican Dwight Kiefert for the North Dakota District 24 House of Representatives and Democratic North Dakota U.S. House Candidate Pam Gulleson.

According to the NRA, Kiefert has received the NRA’s “AQ” rating for being a pro-gun/pro hunting candidate who supports the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. “The NRA appreciates Dwight’s enthusiasm for the Second Amendment and the attention to firearm-related issues.”

Kiefert is a member of the NRA and is an avid hunter. He enjoys being involved with teaching youth gun safety.

October 5th

Blonde On The Prairie: Live in Love, Live Until You Die

October 5, 2012

I have a secret. Only my uber-close friends know about it and still they don’t accept it. Some of you have the same secret. I thought I could keep it forever but working at Hospice has taught me it’s time to share it.

I’m not actively dying but I’m not actively living either. I can make myself appear busy and Lord knows I can speak how busy I am. That’s not part of the secret. That’s part of the lie. We lie to ourselves more often than we tell ourselves the truth. That’s why we’re a universe of people with struggles. We believe the lies and discard the truths.

Tower City Park Gets Grants

October 5, 2012

TOWER CITY – Tower City’s park continues to benefit from grants that help the public facility to keep growing.

Scott Tichy, a member of the Tower City Park Board, said Thursday two years ago the park received a 50/50 matching state recreational facility grant that allowed the park board to put in a new playground.

About two weeks ago, the park board finished putting in a 1,200 foot walking path around the park it built with a 2011 national recreational trails grant.

VC Man Violates Court Order

October 5, 2012

A man was jailed in Valley City on Wednesday on suspicion of violating a restraining order against him.

Herb Brady, living in southeast Valley City, was taken into custody by Valley City police officers Dave Swenson and Wade Hannig. He had allegedly violated an order prohibiting contact and a bail order out of Cass County.

“He was ordered not to have contact with the victim and he had contact with her,” said State’s Attorney Lee Grossman.

October 4th

Festival of Trees Set for Nov. 24

October 4, 2012

The Festival of Trees – a long-running fundraiser for the Mercy HealthCare Foundation – has been set for Nov. 24 at the Valley City Eagles Aerie, said Stephanie Mayfield, organizer of this year’s event.

Mayfield, until recently executive vice president of the Valley City Chamber of Commerce, said Wednesday this is the first time she has been involved in the fundraiser.

The purpose of the event is to raise funds for hospital capital expenses, such as equipment, that are not covered by normal operating revenues.

Walkers Hope to Shed Light on Sensitive Topic

October 4, 2012

People from the area will join together Sunday, Oct. 21 to walk for a subject they hope to shed some light on. 

The 2012 “Out of the Darkness” community walk has been hosted annually for the past three years by Mercy Hospital’s Wellness in the Valley along with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

Debbie Anderson, director of Wellness in the Valley, said the intention of the walk, which also takes place in communities around the nation, is to bring the topic of suicide out of the darkness.

Local Students Get Walking

October 4, 2012

An estimated 1,100 students from four of Valley City’s hometown school campuses celebrated International Walk To School Day on Wednesday morning.

Students from Washington, Jefferson and St. Catherine’s Elementary Schools, as well as the Valley City Junior/Senior High School students all took part in the event that is aimed to raise awareness of pedestrian needs, especially among children.

October 3rd

MV Gets Sweet Serves to Beat LMM

October 3, 2012

MONTPELIER — There are nights where things just click for a team.
Tuesday, the Maple Valley High School volleyball team had one of them.
With the exception of a short time early in the second set, the Raiders controlled the tempo of the game, from the serve to the net play, in a 25-6, 25-18, 25-15 road win over Litchville-Marion/Montpelier.
"They're finding their confidence and they're finding their level of play," Maple Valley coach Jessica Theurer said. "They're really coming around, and they need to this at time of the year."
Early on, the Raiders made the most of their serves.

Boy Scouts, VCSU Helping With Hatchery Upgrades

October 3, 2012

Valley City State University students and local Boy Scouts are both helping upgrade the Valley City National Fish Hatchery and make it a more welcoming place for the public, said fish hatchery manager Kurt Eversman.

“It’s kind of taken off at the Pomeroy farmstead,” an area the hatchery has set aside for public use including picnicking and nature watching, Eversman said.

Eversman plans to make the old farm site into the Outdoor Wildlife Learning Site (OWLS) originally envisioned for the location.

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