June 6th, 2012
DICKINSON â€” In both days of the Class A state boys golf tournament, Valley City High School senior Nick Jenson saved his best for last. The last nine, that is.
In both days of the 36-hole tournament, which ended Wednesday at Dickinsonâ€™s Heart River Municipal Golf Course, Jenson struggled in the courseâ€™s front nine, but was able to make up for it on the back.
â€śI like the back nine a lot better here, so I knew Iâ€™d make some birdies and I didâ€ť he said.
He finished with a final score of 155, which tied for sixth place and earned him All-State honors.
VCHS golfers in hunt at state
Valley City High School boys golf team had players finish the first day of the state championship in the hunt for a placing score.
Nick Jenson leads the Hi-Liners with an 82, which is tied for 17th. The score is only four strokes off the top-5.
Ben Sorenson had an 83, which ties him for 23rd. Jared Lentz finished the day with an 84 and is tied for 31st.
The tournament wraps up today in Dickinson.
Legion team drops first four
The Valley City Post 60 American Legion baseball team opened the season with four straight losses.
Join us Saturday, June 16, 2012 at the Valley City Barnes County Public Library from 10:00 am â€“ 2:00 pm
Come and Enjoy!
Serving inside from south entrance.
Eat inside or out: Lawn or Multipurpose room
See you there!!
Pie/ice cream: $2.50
Pie â€“ $2.00
Coffee or juice $.50
Ladies 2 person Golf Scramble
â€śRally for the Cureâ€ť
Valley City Town & Country Club
Wednesday June 27th, 2012
Registration- 11am /Shotgun start @ 12 noon
Registration Fee: $50.00
Fee Includes: 18 holes of golf, muffins at registration ($20.00 donated to Susan G Komen)
Subscription to magazine of choiceâ€”dinnerâ€”special events â€” door prizes
To register call: Susan Jorissen 701-840-0165 or Deb Bjornson 701-840-1088
To reserve a cart call VCTCC 701-845-4626
Wear Something PINK
The State Bar Association of North Dakota held a survey of its members for this year's judicial elections, and responses for the candidates in North Dakota Southeast Judicial District Judgeship District 8 favored Barnes County Assistant State's Attorney Brad Cruff over 17-year incumbent Judge Richard Grosz.
District 8 includes 11 counties: Barnes, Dickey, Eddy, Foster, Griggs, LaMoure, Ransom, Richland, Sargent, Stutsman and Wells. There are seven judges presiding in this district.
Special to the Times-Record
The American Legion and Auxiliary are pleased to announce their selections to represent their school and community at Girls State and Boys State. For the 2012 school year.
Ethan Nolte will attend Boys State at the North Dakota State School of Science in Wahpeton beginning June 10 through June 15. Ethan is the son of Mark Nolte and Angela Hanson of Valley City.
â€śMom, milk break is done this week at school, so I will need something to drink and 24 birthday treats to share with everyone because my birthday is in the summer. Why does my birthday have to be in the summer, anyway?â€ť my 8-year-old daughter exclaimed.
I think she delivered all this â€śend of the school yearâ€ť and â€śdonâ€™t forget my birthdayâ€ť information in one breath.
â€śSure, we can buy a snack for an early birthday party at school,â€ť I replied.
â€śWe can have milk breaks at home, too,â€ť I added.
City officials welcomed the new and thanked the departing during their meeting Monday. Valley Cityâ€™s new police chief Fred Thompson was present to meet the commissioners while they welcomed him to the city.
â€śWeâ€™re really, really happy to have Fred on board and part of the team,â€ť said City Administrator David Schelkoph.
The commission also thanked Mark McDonald for stepping up and taking the interim police chief job at a difficult time.
â€śHe did a stellar job,â€ť City Commissioner Jon Wagar said.
Paul Viland, son of Reuben and Beth Viland, Valley City, received the North Dakota State University Honor Award Scholarship in the amount of $2,000 and the Textbook Scholarship in which he will receive $1,000 credit for textbooks for his first year at NDSU. The scholarships recognize high academic achievement.
Thomas Face Painting has been at every major street fair in North Dakota as well as numerous festivals throughout North Dakota and Minnesota, and it all started right here in Valley City. Former Valley City resident Thomas Huus is the founder and owner of Thomas Face Painting, which is now based in West Fargo.
Huus started painting faces about eight years ago as an artistâ€™s way to make ends meet.
â€śI went to Disney World and saw the face painting stands they had there, and I knew something like that would work in North Dakota because no one else was doing it,â€ť Huus explained.