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May 15th, 2014

Trujillo, Asuncion Named 2014 Viking Football Captains

May 16, 2014

Valley City State senior offensive lineman George Trujillo and senior defensive back Pathen Asuncion have been voted 2014’s team captains by their teammates following the conclusion of spring practice, and two more captains will be named after fall camp.

Trujillo, an El Paso, Texas native, human services and psychology major and two-time All-Conference selection, returns from his 2013 team captainship.

Hi-Liner Softball Baptizes Devils Lake

May 16, 2014

Hi-Liner senior Paula Andel and sophomore Heather Knutson went yard on Devils Lake — Knutson for the first time in her career — as Valley City scored 27 runs on 23 hits and shut the Firebirds out on Thursday, 27-0.

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Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.

Reiten To Lead Community Arts School

May 15, 2014

Connie Reiten, newly named director of the Valley City State University Community School of the Arts, said Tuesday, “I am really looking forward to the challenge. (the current director) offered the position to me, and asked me if I was interested.” More in Wednesday's issue of the Times-Record.

New Events Planned for Rally

May 15, 2014

Some new events are planned for this year's Rally in the Valley community days weekend. In addition to the Relay for Life taking place that weekend, new events are the Mighty Thomas Carnival and live music following the second annual mud bogs.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Ready, Set, Garden!

May 15, 2014

Mary, Mary, quite contrary; how does your garden grow?
If Mary is in North Dakota, her garden probably isn't growing very well at all.

But all is not lost. According to horticulturalist Esther McGinnis, Cass County Extension Agent, while gardening season is lagging behind the average, its about on-par with last year.
"We're going to be planting later than usual," she said.
More in Thursday's Times-Record.

Food Bank Distributing Food in Valley City

May 15, 2014

The Great Plains Food Bank will be distributing donated perishable food items, such as fresh vegetables and bakery goods, to people in need of food assistance from 10 a.m. to noon this Friday, May 16, across from Valley City's North Dakota Winter Show Arena.

All in need of food assistance are welcome, no referrals or preregistration are required.

The Great Plains Food Bank is a program of Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota.

May 14th

Erickson, Turck, Garcia and Conley Commit to Viking Football

May 14, 2014

Valley City State head football coach Dennis McCulloch announced on Tuesday the addition of four student-athletes who have signed letters of intent to attend VCSU and play football for the Vikings this fall.

Linebacker Austin Erickson and offensive lineman Spencer Turck are both seniors at Devils Lake High School, where they wrapped up successful prep careers: Erickson was named All-EDC and 2nd Team All-State this season as well as being voted Co-Team MVP. Turck was voted the team’s Outstanding Offensive Lineman and was named All-EDC Honorable Mention.

Viking Season Awards Announced

May 14, 2014

Valley City State announced 2013-14 season awards in Monday night’s ice cream social, during which each Viking team honored their seniors and team award-winners with highlight reels.

“It was good to honor athletes and celebrate,” Denholm said. “I think the athletes like it, and it culminates the whole year.”

Athletic director Jack Denholm presented overall awards for the 2013-14 season, as voted upon by head coaches.

Male Athlete of the Year
Senior Derek Elliott, Football and Baseball

Female Athlete of the Year
Senior Brittany Lehner, Basketball and Softball

NDWS Women's Division Done

May 14, 2014

The North Dakota Winter Show's Women's Division will no longer conduct any shows or programs during the annual agriculture show. Winter Show Manager Dawn Riley said liability issues has forced the Winter Show to take all events into its own hands.

Riley said that if any accidents were to happen at any of the events, the Winter Show would be liable, so "we're looking out for the best interest of the Winter Show."

Lost Student: More Questions

May 14, 2014

When Andrew Sadek disappeared after leaving his dorm at the North Dakota State College of Science on May 1, he may have suspected he was the subject of a drug investigation.

On May, 5, the Richland County Sheriff's Office issued an arrest warrant for Sadek, 20, of Barnes County, on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia for three separate incidents that occurred on the NDSCS campus in 2013.
Information regarding the arrest warrants was not released until May 9, after a Times-Record inquiry prompted them to do so.

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