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September 24th, 2012

VCSU Football keeps Paint Can with win over Jimmies

September 24, 2012

JAMESTOWN — In the big picture, the Valley City State University football team wants every win it can get.
But a win over Jamestown College? That's even sweeter.
"It's always a big game for us," Valley City coach Dennis McCulloch said. "It's a high expectation game. I get a lot of people saying 'Coach Mac, good luck this week,' a lot of interest from our alumni. It's a huge game for us."
The Vikings won Saturday's rivalry game with the Jimmies 13-10 in front of a loud crowd at Jamestown's Taylor Stadium.

County Waits On Buyout Demolition

September 24, 2012

Time is ticking for the demolition of the three remaining Barnes County properties bought out by FEMA following the 2009 flood.

The county commission met Friday morning to approve an agreement giving the contractor hired for the demolition an extra two weeks to tear down three houses. Plecity’s Excavating, LLC, of Valley City, has until Oct. 15 to demolish the properties. The county’s deadline with FEMA to have the work completed is Nov. 1.

“We just don’t have any wiggle room,” said Commissioner Rodger Berntson.

VCSU, VCHS Celebrate Homecoming This Week

September 24, 2012

If you like parades and football games, then you’re in luck—this week’s full of them.

Valley City High School and Valley City State University both celebrate homecoming this week. Both schools will host a variety of activities for their students, and the week will end with parades, football and dances.
Monday, VCSU students will meet their homecoming court at 8 p.m. in Vangstad Auditorium. Following, self-trained hypnotist Chris Jones will entertain students with his unique act.

Republican Pig Roast Attracts 100

September 24, 2012

Nearly 100 District 24 Republican faithful gathered Saturday evening at Chautauqua Park for what the local party promises to be the first annual District 24 Republican Pig Roast.

People of all ages, from babies in arms to senior citizens gathered for the combination social and fundraising event with a chance to listen to candidates and bring home political yard signs for their favorite candidates.

Major speakers during the evening included District 24 Republican State House candidates Dwight Keifert and Myrene Peterson and District 24 State Senate candidate Keith Hovland.

September 21st

Events Calendar: Sept. 21-30, 2012

September 21, 2012

Friday, September 21
Full Nelson Karaoke, 8:30 p.m. to midnight in the Valley City American Legion Club rooms. Also at the same time on Oct. 26, Nov. 16. and Dec. 14. Must be 21 or older to attend. The event supports Legion Baseball.
Impact World Tour, GX Internaitonal at the Valley City Winter Show building at 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.

Saturday, September 22

VCSU and VCHS Homecoming Royalty

September 21, 2012

Valley City State University Homecoming Royalty (left photo):
Special to the Times-Record
Top Row (L to R): Alyssa Hummel, West Fargo; Amanda Aune, Gary, Minn.; Lindsay Lagodinsk, Ellendale; Anna Fuka, Lidgerwood; Erin Edinger, Valley City; Katie Paulson, Valley City
Back Row (L to R): Colby Forsgren, Pelican Rapids, Minn.; Richard Wright, Starkweather; Harrison Weber, Casselton; Wayne Englehard, Valley City; Garrett Anderson, West Fargo; Phil Ruer, Napoleon

Valley City High School Homecoming Royalty (right photo):
Special to the Times-Record

Blonde on the Prairie: Recognize Autumn with a Sweater

September 21, 2012

I woke up and for some odd reason I could only talk in a British accent. I’m a mimicker and mimickers many times mimic other distinctive dialects. When I want to sound harsh I break out my best Russian. I pucker my face and make my forehead purposefully furrow. Though most Russians are very kind people, their language comes across as a bit harsh. “Please. Take garrrr-bage out now,” I mimic like I mean it and my name is Svetlana rather than Jodi. The real Russians in my life call me “Jodichka.” That can never sound harsh because it’s so endearing.

Birds Up, Habitat Down

September 21, 2012

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department says there is an increase in ducks and pheasants in the state this year, but some of last season’s hunting grounds will be missing this year.

Saturday is the opening day for the North Dakota residents’ hunting season for ducks, coots, mergansers and geese. The NDGF released a report last week that showed an increase in duck numbers based on surveys conducted over the summer.

Impact World Tour Comes to St. Kate’s

September 21, 2012

Special to the Times-Record
Students, staff and guests at Valley City’s St. Catherine School were entertained this week by one of the groups touring with the Impact World Tour.
A free public appearance by one of the tour groups, GX International, takes place 7 p.m. Friday (tonight) at the North Dakota Winter Show.

September 20th

City to Sell Buyout Homes

September 20, 2012

Not all homes that the city has acquired through the voluntary acquisition program will be demolished.

During Monday’s meeting, the Valley City City Commission voted unanimously to sell some of them for relocation.

After some discussion, city commissioners decided to go ahead and sell at least seven of the 29 homes the city will own that they deem to be in good enough condition to sell.

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