June 8th, 2015
Soap Box Derby top two place winners: Stock Division 1. Aurora Ziniel, 2. Xavier Thomas; Super Stock Division 1. Emily Kvien, 2. Jaustin Opatz. See Monday's Times-Record for more results and photos.
You'll be dying to try these 16 different kinds of delicious donuts!
Valley City Babe Ruth lost to Enderlin 4-5 and 3-6. See Friday's Times-Record to read more.
Valley City Post #60 lost to West Fargo 0-3 and 3-9. See Friday's Times-Record to read more.
Tim Koehler, Valley City High School graduate in 1969, and Karla Koehler Severson, VCHS graduate in 1967, submitted this photo of their parents Russell Koehler, VCHS class of 1943, and Doris Macdonald, VCHS class of 1945.
The photo was taken at the home of Dr. A.C. Macdonald on Fifth Avenue Northwest in Valley City in the fall of 1943 when Russell was home on leave after completing basic training in the U.S. Army, Tim and Karla said.
Russell then departed from New York City via ship to London and onward to participate in the invasion of France, Belgium and Germany.
Jared Lentz finished the Class A State Golf Tournament with a two-day total score of 161. See Thursday's Times-Record to read more.
Two Valley City residents have been arrested and stand accused of passing a fraudulent check and stealing other items from the John Deere Seeding Group.
Jessica Gamel, 28 and William Fisher, 31, face charges of possession of stolen property, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Valley City Health, Wellness and Physical Education Center Wednesday morning on the site where the facility is expected to open in August 2016. The facility will be located on Eighth Avenue Southwest across from the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse.
The Valley City Babe Ruth team defeated LaMoure 7-2. See Wednesday's Times-Record to read more.
Strong to Severe Thunderstorms are expected to develop in south central North Dakota this afternoon, moving into eastern North Dakota in the late afternoon and crossing into western Minnesota through the early to mid evening, according to the National Weather Service office in Grand Forks.
The highest threat for severe weather is generally along and south of the Highway 2 corridor. The highest threat for heavier rainfall and flash flood potential is along and north of Highway 2 corridor.