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August 25th, 2014

Go Far Woman Returns

August 25, 2014

Go Far Woman, a women-only running event that held its inaugural race on Aug. 24, 2013, in Fargo, returned on Saturday with over 1,400 finishing in the four events, including participants from Valley City, listed below.

Go Far Woman celebrates the strength, perseverance and courage of women of all ages, types and athletic abilities, and raises money for the Essentia NICU with Newt Running, an organization formed in honor of the late Dr. Renee Schwandt.

Valley City Finishers

Half Marathon
250 finishers

3. Alyssa Tait 1:35:33
34. Deb Beilke 1:51:09

10k

VCSU Football Fan Zone, Tailgating Thursday

August 25, 2014

Valley City State University and the VCSU Booster Board will be hosting tailgating and the Nodak Mutual Fan Zone prior to Thursday’s home football game against University of Jamestown.

Tailgating and the Nodak Mutual Fan Zone start at 4 p.m. Thursday and are free. The Viking Booster Board will be serving food during tailgating for a free-will donation.

The Nodak Mutal Fan Zone is a family-friendly event that will have games and prizes for all ages, including a football toss and inflatable games.

Central Tennis Blanks Hi-Liners in Opener

August 25, 2014

Hi-Liner boys tennis, featuring an influx of new talent, hosted Friday’s season opener against Grand Forks Central as they fell, 9-0.

“This year, we increased our numbers to 21 total tennis players to include eight 7th-graders,” Hi-Liner head coach Matt Nielson said. “Because we had many new faces and not many returning, we played 10 Varsity on Friday to get many different people experience and to see where each player is against an opponent. We are figuring out our best lineup in both singles and doubles.”

Singles
1. Dalton Ondracek lost to Kyle Folson, 6-3, 6-0

Lindermann, Miklas Plead Guilty

August 25, 2014

Andrew Miklas, 25, and Nicole Lindermann, 18, on Monday pleaded guilty before Southeast District Judge James Hovey to arson and burglary charges for their roles in the October, 2013 arson of Faith Lutheran Church in Valley City.

Lindermann changed her plea from not guilty to guilty before Hovey at 2 p.m., while Miklas changed his plea in a 3:30 p.m. hearing.
Lindermann pleaded guilty to felony conspiracy to commit arson and conspiracy to commit burglary along with misdemeanor conspiracy to commit theft.

Final Airshow Plans Set

August 25, 2014

Final plans have been set for the 2014 Wings and Wheels Airshow, planned for Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Barnes County Municipal Airport. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

Restored Barn a Place for Gospel Concerts

August 25, 2014

Tim and Becky Hager with the help of family and friends turned the Homewood Barn at their farm southeast of Valley City into a place for the family and other musical guests to perform gospel music. Many show up to watch the singpsirations at the restored barn and another will be held in a few weeks.

Singspiration at Homewood will be held Sunday, Sept. 14 at 3 p.m. at the farm of Tim and Becky Hager (1116 40th Street Southeast, Valley City).

More in Monday's Times-Record.

Teacher Seeks To Restore Piano

August 25, 2014

Valley City High School band teacher Tom Kjelland is leading a campaign to restore a historic grand piano that until recently was used in the Valley City City Audi building. More in Monday's issue of the Times-Record.

August 24th

Jaden Anderson, Fargo Make Babe Ruth World Series

August 25, 2014

Jaden Anderson and Midwest Plains Regional champion Fargo opened the Babe Ruth World Series against host Longview, Wash. at David B. Story Field on Thursday, falling 5-3 before a 10-0 defeat to Torrance, Calif., on Saturday.

Anderson, whose father is Jeff Anderson of Carrington, N.D.’s Central City Auto Auction, and whose step-grandfather is Tony Heinze of Page, N.D.’s Heinze-Trottier-Parkman Auto Services, is a right-handed pitcher soon to become a sophomore at Fargo Davies High School.

Hi-Liner Youth Shines at Hillsboro Cross Country Meet

August 25, 2014

Saturday’s drizzly Hillsboro cross country meet turned out to be a grand event as most of the Eastern Dakota Conference powers turned up to race, as did schools from Grand Forks, Fargo, West Fargo, Wahpeton and smaller schools from eastern North Dakota and Minnesota.

Valley City’s junior high girls team took third in the 7-9 Division behind Fargo Shanley and Fargo Davies as Sharon Michael, Presley Curtis and Sophie Boe, led the Hi-Liner pack in their cross country debuts.

Eliza Schueneman, Mikayla Wolla, and Rebecca Thompson rounded out the bunch.

Suzanne Fisher New Hi-Liner Gymnastics Coach

August 25, 2014

Valley City Public Schools announces that Suzanne Fisher, a USA Gymnastics-certified coach with over 30 years of combined experience in dance, competitive cheer and gymnastics, is the new head Hi-Liner gymnastics coach.

Fisher enters her third year in the Hi-Liner Program, having spent her first two as an assistant coach with her husband, David Fisher. Suzanne Fisher is also the Valley City Twisters Gymnastics Club head coach of three years.

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