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April 18th, 2014

School, Community Plan Mock Crash

April 18, 2014

Before going to prom this year, area students will get a close-up look at what could happen after prom – or any time – if they drink and drive, drive distracted or ride without seatbelts.
More in Friday's Times-Record.

BC Wants Easement Meeting

April 18, 2014

Barnes County has asked the Barnes County Water Resource District to set up a meeting with Sanborn Lake area residents to see if a financial arrangement can be worked out to help protect the area from future spring flooding. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

DUI Task Force Effort Successful

April 18, 2014

In a an effort to end the problem of impaired driving, the Southeast Jamestown Regional DUI Task Force conducted a month-long high visibility enforcement event during March. More in Friday's issue of the Times-Record.

April 17th

GF Red River Tennis Blanks Hi-Liner Girls

April 18, 2014

Hi-Liner girls tennis opened their season indoors at Eastern Dakota Conference rival Grand Forks Red River, winners of the last 12 State titles who return four of the top six players in the state, on Thursday and came away with a 9-0 defeat.

Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.

Viking Softball Sweeps Jamestown for Top Spot in NSAA

April 18, 2014

Valley City State softball ascended to first in the North Star Athletic Association standings with a 2-1 late-inning win in the first game and a 9-6 triumph in the second — their seventh and eighth wins in a row, all conference games — for Thursday’s doubleheader road sweep of rival University of Jamestown.

Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.

Hi-Liner Baseball Splits Late-Game Heroics

April 18, 2014

Hi-Liner baseball split a pair of late-inning dramatics Thursday night at Tornado Alley in Oakes, N.D. as they surrendered three runs in the bottom of the seventh to lose the first game 3-2, then held on 3-1 in game two’s home half of the fifth after Oakes loaded the bases.

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Read this story in Friday's Times-Record.

Judge Will Issue Decision on VCEA vs. School Board Hearing Next Week

April 17, 2014

Southeast Judicial District Judge Jay Schmitz said he will issue a decision in a court hearing between the Valley City Public School board and Valley City Education Association by next week. The four-hour hearing, held Wednesday afternoon at the Barnes County Courthouse, was to determine of the unilateral contracts issued by the board to the teachers are legal.
Read the full story in Friday's Times-Record.

VC Increases Water Rates

April 17, 2014

Valley City water rates will increase beginning in May.
According to Valley City City Administrator David Shelkoph, the rate increase amounts to 20 percent for residential customers or $6 to $7 per month for the average residence.

VC Street Repairs Planned

April 17, 2014

More than $800,000 will be invested in Valley City street repairs this summer; primarily in mill and overlay work along with patching and sealcoating streets throughout the city.

Franklin Seeks Cost Share Changes

April 17, 2014

Barnes County Emergency Management Director Kimberly Franklin wants to see changes in cost sharing to operate 9-1-1 dispatch center and cover costs. More in Thursday's issue of the Times-Record.

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The Viper Squirts hockey team played away on Saturday against Jamestown White and won 14-2. They...
7th place game: Barnes County North 67, Griggs County Central 28 5th place game: Enderlin 48,...

 

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