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July 16th, 2012

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.

County Between Neighboring Events

July 16, 2012

HOPE, N.D. – “Unbelievable,” a woman remarked as she inspected a 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 retractable convertible. The car, owned by Earl and Connie Behm of Valley City, was one of several dozen in the classic car show during “Hope Days.”
Over the the weekend the city of Hope celebrated its annual Hope Days and the 2012 Class Bash reunion of students from Hope, Luverne and Pillsbury.
This year’s events included a classic car show, 5K run/walk, demolition derby and a Sunday morning golf tournament.

July 15th

Steele resident Enzminger enjoys riding close to home

July 15, 2012

Being a professional bull rider is somewhat of a dream for 20-year-old Clayton Enzminger.
Nearly every weekend, the Steele resident hits the road with friend and travel partner Cole Hermanson to ride in rodeos, including some on the Professional Bull Riding circuit, all across the nation.
The only problem is that the events tend to be far from home.
"There are opportunities that come close, but going to PBRs and pro rodeos, you've got to travel a lot," said Enzminger, who rides as a pro but has yet to ride in a PBR event.

Twisters name Fischer new coach/club director

July 15, 2012

The Valley Twisters Gymnastics Club announced in a release Friday that it has hired Suzanne Fischer as its new head coach/club director.
Fischer is a 20-year coaching veteran who will be moving to Valley City from Branch Gymnastics in Kalamazoo, Mich., where she was the head coach/program director.
“The Valley Twisters board is very excited that Suzanne is joining our club,” said Amber Olson, a Valley Twisters board member. “We feel that Suzanne will be a huge asset to our gym with her experience and passion for the sport. We are very excited for her and her family to join our community.”

Monday (7/16) local digest

July 15, 2012

VC Post 60 Baseball Sweeps Fairmount/Hankinson
The Valley City Post 60 American Legion baseball team saved its best for the later innings in a double header sweep of Fairmount/Hankinson on the road Thursday.
Post 60 won 11-9 in the first game, then won 13-4 in the second game.
In the first game, Post 60 was down 8-3 entering the top of seventh, but scored six runs in the seventh to go up 9-8.
The inning included doubles by Josh Magnuson and Chase Carpenter, whose hit had two runs batted in and scored the final run of the inning.

July 12th

Babe Ruth swept by LaMoure

July 13, 2012

By Scott Schlaufman
trsports@times-online.com
There are times in baseball where an error plays little role in the outcome of a game.
But for the Valley City Babe Ruth team, that wasn’t the case in a 5-4 loss in the first game of a double header sweep to LaMoure Thursday at Charlie Brown Memorial Field. Valley City also lost 3-1 in a three inning second game.

Peer Mentoring and Brain Injury

July 12, 2012

Approximately one year ago, the Head Injury Association began a peer mentoring program. The purpose of the program is to assist families and individuals who have sustained a brain injury cope with the complexities and impact of this disability from acute care through community re-integration.

Barnes County Living Better

July 12, 2012

Barnes County is among the healthiest counties in North Dakota according to the University of Wisconsin.

The UW’s Population Health Institute recently released its 2012 County Health Rankings and Roadmaps report, which found that Barnes Ranks No. 2 in the “Health Outcomes” category, second only to Griggs County. Under “Health Factors,” Barnes was fifth, behind Bowman, Cass, Griggs and Burleigh.

Corps of Engineers, Valley City Held Public Forum on Flood Study Tuesday

July 12, 2012

“I probably don’t need to tell anyone here that there’s a significant flood risk in Valley City. You’ve all lived through it and been through flood fighting efforts,” began Sierra Schroeder of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers during a half-hour slide show presentation during a public forum Tuesday.

A light but vocal crowd attended the evening meeting, which was hosted by the Corps and the City of Valley City, that gave residents the opportunity to speak with officials from the Corps about permanent flood protection in Valley City.

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