August 6th, 2014
Arvid Homuth, 86, of St. Charles, Ill., has many good memories of Valley City, the town he left in 1958 after his father died of cancer. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp wrapped up a day on the road Monday with a visit to Enterprise Sales in Valley City where she discussed renewable energy with the management and some area residents who use wind and solar power. More in Wednesday's Times-Record.
Those who have extra healthcare supplies and equipment they no longer need can donate it to HERO, Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization, which just set up a donation bin at the Barnes County Senior Center. HERO, which has an office in Fargo, then redistributes the supplies to those in need.
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Each Wednesday, local law enforcement asks for the public's assistance in locating individuals who have felony warrants out for their arrest.
Valley City Tennis Association Summer Tennis League champions for this year are American Family Insurance with a 6-0 match record.
Second place was Young Peopleâ€™s Healthy Heart Program at 3-3. Third place went to EAC Consulting at 2-4, and fourth place was the VCSU Viking Club Tennis team at 1-5.
Close, really close â€” no World titles this year, but a lot of fun competing for one. Wilbur Gabel and two of his grandsons, Cameron, 15, and his brother Noah, 11, all from Valley City, N.D., traveled to Hamburg, N.Y. last week to participate in this yearâ€™s 2014 National Horseshoe Pitching Association (NHPA) World Tournament.
Both Wilbur and Noah won World titles in the past.
U.S. Sen. John Hoeven is working to secure a $1 billion-plus Advanced Fossil Energy loan guarantee for the CHS Inc. proposed new fertilizer plant in Spiritwood. More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.
U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-NPL) took a tour of the emergency department at Mercy Hospital in Valley City Monday to learn how telehealth can impact patient care in rural North Dakota hospitals. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
Dick Nelson was honored for serving 24 years on the Valley City Public School Board Thursday during the board's annual meeting Thursday, July 31. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.
The 40th annual Gaylen Opdahl Golf Tournament was held at the Valley City Country Club on Aug 1, the field of which included golfers from five states and Canada.
Eighty-seven golfers participated in the five-person scramble, and Dick Gulman and Ralph Hooper took the tournament.
Jan Beauchman, Jim Retterath and Nate Zerface shot 18-under-par 54s.
Second place went to Tim Sorenson and Dewey Magnuson.
Dex Manley, Matt Sorenson and Randy Earles shot 15 under par.
First place in the first flight went to Bob Bergan, Doug Bergan and Ken Dodd.