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Tower City Man Injured in Crash in Cooperstown

September 23, 2014

A Tower City man was injured in a crash Monday around 4 p.m. when the 2004 Chevrolet pickup he was driving struck a 1989 GMC pickup driven by a Cooperstown man who failed to stop at a stop sign.

A release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol says Robert Roth, 55, Tower City, was driving his pickup eastbound on Highway 200 through Cooperstown when David Hoverson, 67, of Cooperstown, who was northbound on a county road drove through a stop sign at Highway 200.

Smith Gets Top ND Award

September 23, 2014

Jamie Smith, a nine-year veteran employee of the Barnes County Highway Department, has been awarded a 2014 Excellence in County government Award by the North Dakota Association of Counties. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

12 Years and Getting Stronger

September 23, 2014

Curves of Valley City celebrated twelve years with a grand re-opening and a ribbon cutting with a Chamber of Commerce “Business After Hours.” More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Girl Scouts Address Rec Center Street Danger

September 23, 2014

Girls from Girl Scout Troop 30830 in Valley City believe speeding traffic on the street in front of the Valley City Recreation Center is dangerous to kids and adults crossing from the Valley City Recreation Center on Fourth Street Southeast to the parking lot on the opposite side of the street, so they've taken steps to remedy what they think is a serious problem in their community while earning an award in the process. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Stores, Gold'n Plump Donate

September 23, 2014

Starting last weekend, all Valley City area schools and grocery stores including MarketPlace Foods and Leevers Foods, are working together to earn donations from the Gold'n Plump brand of deli rotisserie chicken.More in Tuesday's issue of the Times-Record.

School Board Approves Raises After Financial Situation Improves: Teachers, Public Question Decision

September 23, 2014

Earlier this year the Valley City Public School Board approved pay increases for administrators and staff members in the district after the financial situation improved this summer. Some teachers and community members have questioned that decision. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

School Board Approves Raises After Financial Situation Improves: Teachers, Public Question Decision

September 23, 2014

Earlier this year the Valley City Public School Board approved pay increases for administrators and staff members in the district after the financial situation improved this summer. Some teachers and community members have questioned that decision. More in Tuesday's Times-Record.

Fall Is Here

September 22, 2014

Colors in Barnes County prove fall is here. Today is the first day of the season. Send your fall foilage photos to trnews1@times-online.com.

Walk Aims to Raise Suicide Awareness

September 22, 2014

Community members will band together Sunday in an effort to raise awareness about suicide and honor loved ones who've been impacted by it during the Out of the Darkness Walk. More in Monday's Times-Record.

United Way to Collect Donations Monday

September 22, 2014

Barnes County United Way will hold a door-to-door fundraising campaign this evening. Starting at about 5:15 p.m., volunteers, including Valley City State University athletes, will go around town, knocking on doors and asking for small donations.

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