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July 18th, 2012

LaMoure County Theatre Presents The Apple Tree

July 18, 2012

Special to the Times-Record

Returning to their home venue this summer, the LaMoure County Summer Musical Theatre is producing The Apple Tree, a musical revue presenting three stories: The Diary of Adam and Eve, The Tiger or the Lady, and Passionella. Based on short stories by Mark Twain, Frank Stockton, and Jules Feiffer, this musical offers many opportunities for local talent, including Jane Anderson, Bob Muhs, and Michael Spiese, veteran performers who are returning to the LCSMT stage again this year.

Cops vs. Vikes Sheriff’s Reserves to Take on VCSU’s Best in Flag Football

July 18, 2012

The gauntlet has been thrown and the flags will fly as the Barnes County Sheriff’s deputies will face off against the Valley City State University Vikings in a flag football game next month.

The Aug. 9 event, organized by Deputy Scott Crump, will be a fundraiser to buy equipment for the deputy reserves.

“I wanted this to be a community thing, not just for the deputies,” Crump said. “It takes a lot to plan; it’s really brand new.”

July 17th

Area SkillsUSA Students go to Nationals in KC

July 17, 2012

Special to the Times-Record

Three students from Sheyenne Valley Area Career Technology Center’s SkillsUSA chapter participated in national competition in Kansas City on June 23-27.

Tera Laney-Uecker competed in the promotional bulletin board placing 6th in the nation. Tera also served as a voting delegate for election of national SkillsUSA officers and other national business. Andrew Sadek competed in electrical construction wiring placing 17th in the competition.

Jed Hansen competed in computer maintenance technologies in which he placed 21st.

Low Speed Chase Leads to Arrest of BC Man

July 17, 2012

An elderly Kathryn man was taken into custody Saturday night in an incident that involved a North Dakota Highway Patrolman brandishing a taser.
State trooper Ben Kennelly observed that a vehicle driven by Charles Olsberg, 75, of Kathryn, failed to dim its headlights to oncoming traffic. Kennelly activated his emergency lights in an attempt to pull Olsberg over, according to an affidavit filed with the Barnes County Clerk of Court's Office, but Olsberg continued on his way home, driving over 42 mph in a 25 mile per hour zone and swerving to avoid another vehicle.

Local Gardeners Show Their Flowers

July 17, 2012

Members from the Sheyenne Valley Garden Club and other local gardeners showed their favorite flowers during the 28th annual flower show show.

The show, hosted by the garden club, was held Monday. Gardeners entered their most prestigious flowers and bouquets from their garden in this year’s show, called “Garden Favorites.”

A public viewing was held from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Eagles Aerie.

Gardeners competed in horticulture divisions, which were based on single specimens of flowers, and artistic divisions, which featured bouquets made with a variety of flowers.

Corn Shortage Has People Questioning its Use

July 17, 2012

A debate on corn is growing across the country, and the question is who should eat what little corn is produced this year – humans or machines?
Numbers released July 11 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) show the size of the current corn harvest, and how much of it is projected to be used for for ethanol fuel.

July 16th

VC Babe Ruth splits with Fargo

July 17, 2012

By Scott Schlaufman
trsports@times-online.com
The communication between a baseball coach and a player on the base paths can be hard to follow at times. A swipe of the shoulder. A pat on the head. Quick touch to the nose. It's subtle and used to keep an opponent off guard with hit and runs, bunts, and steals.
But in the the bottom of the seventh inning of the Valley City Babe Ruth baseball team's 10-9 win in the first game of a double header with Fargo Monday at Charlie Brown Memorial Field, VC third baseman Collin Schroeder got things mixed up on the base paths.

Don’t Let Visible and Invisible “Bugs” Spoil Your Picnic Fun

July 16, 2012

Many of us have fond memories of family picnics and outdoor cooking from childhood. All you needed was a blanket and some food and you could set up a picnic on your lawn, at a park or even in the living room in the winter.
Today, grills are prominent features on most patios and decks. If you haven’t shopped for grills recently, you might be amazed at all the types of grills and grilling accessories.

Music at the Courthouse: July 18, 2012 - The Meyer Family

July 16, 2012

Returning to Music at the Courthouse Lawn will be “The Meyer Family” from Valley City on Wednesday, July 18, beginning at 7:15 p.m..

Randie Meyer, son of DeMar and Shirley Meyer and Katie, daughter of Clarence and Lillie Olson, have been married for forty-two years. Their four children have been singing since they were two years old and now the fifteen grandchildren are asked to help “Pass the Faith Along” as one of the songs says.

County 4-H Members Show Their Work in Dog Project

July 16, 2012

Barnes County 4-H members who participated in the dog project had a chance to show off their work Friday at the dog show during Barnes County 4-H Achievement Days.
The show began at 5:30 p.m. at the North Dakota Winter Show building. Crowds gathered around to watch the 10 dogs and their owners compete in obedience and showmanship.
The dog show is an annual show held every July during the achievement days.
Ellen Bjelland, Barnes County’s 4-H extension agent, said Barnes County is one of the few counties that does a dog show.

Valley City Babe Ruth scored five runs in the sixth inning of Tuesday’s District 6 Tournament...
Harvey led visiting Legion Post 60 3-1 through four innings on Monday night, but impending weather...
Dawson Dietrich scored on a wild bases-loaded pitch in the second inning of Monday’s District 6...

 

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