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November 12th, 2012

VCHS Ends Volleyball Season with 3-0 Loss at EDC Tourney

November 12, 2012

FARGO — All year long, Valley City High School senior Jasmine Stevens played a crucial role in the volleyball team's offensive success, and when the team entered Friday's elimination match in the Eastern Dakota Conference tournament, coach Katy Van Dyke had her ready for more.
"I talked to her (Thursday) and told her 'I'm going to depend on you. You might not kill the ball every time, but you are so dependable about getting the ball over the net,'" Van Dyke said.

Nov. 12 local digest

November 12, 2012

VCSU Swept at A.I.I. Tourney
The Valley City State University volleyball team was eliminated on the first day of the Association of Independent Institutions' conference tournament Friday in Mayville.
The Vikings lost 3-0 to both Ashford (Iowa) University and Jamestown College.
Against Ashford, the Vikings had a hard time finding kills and fell 25-16, 25-15, 25-12.

Special Story Hour During Library Chocolate Day

November 12, 2012

Special Chocolate Day Story Hour at Library
Special to the Times-Record
Wednesday Valley City junior high school teacher Kristi Shanenko and her third-period eighth-grade reading class did a special library story hour recently at the Valley City/Barnes County Public Library.
The special story hour was in connection with the library's annual Chocolate Day fundraiser Saturday which raises money for children's materials.

Veteran’s Day 2012: Keith Hovland Vietnam Vet Recalls

November 12, 2012

Keith Hovland’s service during the Vietnam Conflict ended more than 40 years ago, but to him, it still feels like yesterday.

Veteran’s Day 2012: Rhiny Weber WWII Vet Got Bronze Star, Was POW

November 12, 2012

Rhiny Weber’s World War II military service may have been shorter than some of his contemporaries at two years, but during those two years he earned a Bronze Star, three battle stars, an infantry combat badge and a POW medal, and spent six months as a prisoner of war in Germany.

Weber became a U.S. soldier at the age of 20 in December 1943, and took basic and infantry training in Fannin, Texas. He spent his time as a soldier in Italy serving in the infantry with Company F, 351st Infantry Regiment, 88th Division.

Veteran’s Day 2012: Austin Gordon Deployed Three Times in Guard

November 12, 2012

Austin Gordon spent the last ten years serving overseas in three different deployments with the North Dakota National Guard, while attending Valley City State University and raising a family of three with his wife Nicole. He said traveling with the Guard gave him much to learn and much to experience.

Gordon, staff sergeant, was first deployed to Kosovo in 2000, two years after he joined the military. His engineer battalion spent six months there, doing construction on the camp and a little work in the surrounding areas.

November 9th

No Travel Advised for northwest North Dakota; Travel Alert extended to Valley City and Jamestown areas

November 9, 2012

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have issued a No Travel Advisory for the northwest region of the state due to freezing rain creating glare ice causing hazardous travel conditions. This No Travel Advisory includes areas surrounding Williston, Watford City, New Town, Crosby, Bowbells and Stanley.

Blonde on the prairie: When is a Pair Not a Pair?

November 9, 2012

I just heard a fella say it and I couldn’t agree more. The man said, “If I have to hear the words “Pew” and “Gallup” used together ever again –I hope it has to do with a horse that’s passing gas and not political polls!” Smart man, that fella, he is.

I know with some certainty I am maturing. Call me a late bloomer if you must. I am what I am. I’m just a girl trying to get by another day. I’m betting you are too. The new mature me isn’t going to say a word about the election, the outcome or my opinion on it all. No sir! I’m going to train my tongue to be wise or die trying.

Keep Safe in Winter Travel

November 9, 2012

North Dakota residents are no stranger to dangerous winter driving, and with winter quickly approaching, law enforcement officials remind residents to take precaution during winter travel.

Sgt. Dave Swenson from the Valley City Police Department recommends that people do not have less than half a tank of gas in their vehicle during winter weather, and always travel with an emergency survival kit in the vehicle.

Bank Forward Plans Nov. 15 VC Fundraiser

November 9, 2012

new foundation promises to help local kids with life-threatening illnesses. The Forward Foundation, an organization backed by Bank Forward, may give families of ill children some peace of mind when it comes to meeting the financial burdens associated with extended illnesses. A fundraising event will be held in Valley City on Thursday. Money raised will go toward helping local families.

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