June 29th, 2012
The Barnes County Municipal Airport, located one mile north of Valley City, will be the site for the Wings and Wheels AirShow with gates opening at 10 a.m. Sept. 8.
Terry Gortmaker, who runs the â€śshow and shineâ€ť portion of the AirShow, said Thursday performers have now been lined up for the event.
Those whoâ€™ve agreed to perform are Matt Younkin, Jim â€śFangâ€ť Maroney, Warren Pietsch, Rex Hammarback, Toby McPherson and the Fargo Skydivers, Gortmaker said.
BUFFALO, ND â€” As one of the older members of the Buffalo Sharpshooters, Emily Haag knows exactly what to expect at the Daisy National BB Gun Championship match. Last year, she was there with a team from South Dakota.
â€śYou get a lot more nervous because itâ€™s a lot bigger competition than youâ€™re used to,â€ť Haag said.
But this year, sheâ€™s prepared for the trip back and hoping her experience rubs off on a few friends.
Rally for the Cure results
60 women participated in the Annual Country Club tournament with funds donated to the Susan G. KomenÂ fund for breast cancer research.
1st flight â€” 1st Diane Hochhalter and Elizabeth Kruger; 2ndâ€”Annette Beattie and Theresa Haag; 3rdâ€” Lori Justessen and Amber Olson
2nd flightâ€”Â 1st Jackie Haas and Wanda Schwab; 2nd Heather Rickford and Tallie Ingstad; 3rdâ€”Erin Metcalf and Nicole Â Swenson
3rd Flightâ€” 1st Jan Olafson and Sheryl Hanson; 2nd Nancy King and Cindy Hovland; 3rdÂ Ruth Nathan and Barb Young
Special to the Times-Record
Fort Ransom State Park is celebrating the 29th anniversary of the Fort Ransom Sodbuster Days on Saturday and Sunday, July 14-15. Visitors to the park will take a step back in time and see how North Dakotaâ€™s early settlers worked and played.
Just before meeting with the Times-Record Tuesday, Valley Cityâ€™s new city commissioner Mary Lee Nielson had given a two hour tour to some out-of-towners interested in possibly putting a movie theater in Valley City.
â€śI got to listen their perspective in not ever seeing the town before. It just renewed my good feelings about Valley City. We have so much to offer. Thereâ€™s so many amenities in this town,â€ť Nielson said.
At a meeting of the Joint Truck Regulatory Board on Wednesday, Tim Gillespie, the sole truck regulatory officer for Barnes, Dickey, LaMoure and Stutsman Counties said after a little more than a year, the Truck Regulatory Program has had tremendous results, but more work needs to be done.
VCSU lineman camp next month
15th Annual VCSU Line of Scrimmage Camp July 11-12 at Shelly Ellig Field
For players entering grades 9-12.
College Line coaches from VCSU, NDSU, Dickinson State, Minot State, Presentation College, U of M Crookston and more.
To print a brochure and register online at: vikings/vcsu.edu/football/camp
Contact Gregg Horner at email@example.com or 701.845.7423 for more information.
VC Babe Ruth loses in Steele
The Valley City Babe Ruth baseball team lost both games of a double header in Steele Monday.
The team lost 10-6 in game 1 and 7-6 in game 2.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is working to inform Americans gearing up for their Independence Day celebrations next week that the new analysis of crash data shows July 4 is the deadliest day for teenage drivers and the motorists alongside them.
â€śI would really like to see the city conserve and capitalize its assets,â€ť said Valley Cityâ€™s newest commissioner, Madeline Luke. Two of Valley Cityâ€™s biggest assets, Luke says, are the Sheyenne River and a walkable downtown. Luke hopes to use her seat on the cityâ€™s commission to preserve both.
â€śI think people are naturally drawn to water,â€ť Luke said. She has lived in various communities with rivers, which she says are beneficial to both quality of life and attracting travelers.