September 8th, 2014
Lani Jordan, spokeswoman for CHS Inc., the nationâ€™s leading farmer-owned cooperative and a global agriculture and energy business, Friday said the company will proceed with construction of a $3 billion fertilizer manufacturing plant at Spiritwood, between Valley City and Jamestown. More in Monday's Times-Record.
Renee Hazelton and Dale Wangrud, both of Valley City, each won a free ride in an airplane by purchasing a ticket to the Barnes County Wings and Wheels Airshow. More in Monday's Times-Record.
Hundreds of people from as far away as Missouri and Jamestown attended Saturday's Wings and Wheel Airshow at the Barnes County Municipal Airport. More in Monday's Times-Record.
Life is about making the most of your chances.
Trailing Dickinson Trinity 26-18 with 1:57 to play, AA No. 4 Valley City pulled off a 64-yard tying touchdown drive, capped by Nate Rodriguezâ€™s one-yard touchdown and John Halgrimsonâ€™s two-point right-side end-around with 1:09 left to force overtime.
Jared Lentz recovered a Titan fumble in the extra frame and scored on a one-yard keeper to seal Fridayâ€™s Parents and National Guard Night win.
Torrential rainfall at about 3 a.m. Thursday morning resulted in a Valley City Police car being covered in water and two city streets being closed for less than an hour when they were flooded with water, said David Schelkoph, Valley City city administrator. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.
Some local veterans with service-related disabilities recently spent a weekend goose hunting thanks to the generosity of an anonymous benefactor.
More in Friday's Times-Record.
Valley City's Curves is hosting an open house later this month, which will give new members 30 days free in addition to a free workout. The open house week, held Monday, Sept. 15 through Saturday, Sept. 20, provides women with the opportunity to check out their local Curves and take some important â€śme timeâ€ť for themselves.
More in Friday's Times-Record.
Valley City faced all-State talent-laden West Fargo in Thursdayâ€™s 7-2 road loss, but such a challenge is just what a youthful team needs.
â€śMany positives today,â€ť Valley City head coach Matt Nielson said. â€śWe focused on footwork yesterday and we were better today. We preached location on our shots and the players responded. The three pillars were not upheld to our high standard on Tuesday [a 7-2 home win against Wahpeton], but they were today.â€ť
Dalton Ondracek lost to Brady Ballweber, 6-2, 6-0.
Brandon Miller lost to Kayan Farahmand, 6-0, 6-1.
Enderlin and Litchville-Marion/Montpelier traded points early and often in Thursdayâ€™s first two sets in Montpelier, N.D., but, despite Rhandi Larsonâ€™s eight digs and three kills, Eagle power prevailed in a 3-0 (25-22, 25-10, 25-13) win.
Jacey Alber and Morgan Smith spiked three kills, Cheyanne Elsner two.
Caitlin Miedema and Tierra Velure swooped for six digs, Elsner five, Alber and Morgan Gentzkow four, Danielle Eichele and Smith two.
Gentzkow hustled for four assists, Alber two, Elsner and Velure another each.
Elsner and Alber also came up with a block and an ace each.
A long touchdown pass in the final minutes at Lokken Stadium in Valley City on Thursday night gave the Barnes County Deputies a 49-47 win against the Valley City State Vikings, the Deputiesâ€™ third triumph in as many years.
â€śThey used my strategy of putting every player on the field at once, so they won,â€ť said Deputies coach J. Reed Anderson, a veritable leviathan in a sea of football knowledge. â€ś[Viking coach and 1490 AM KOVC AM general manager] Tim Ost is wondering if heâ€™ll ever win one.â€ť