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Meet The New Owners Of The Labor Club In Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Labor Club in Valley City has new owners. Don and Bonnie Larson purchased the establishment from Kerry Johnson earlier this year. Bonnie worked in the bar business with her family for nearly 20 years before owning another business with her husband Don. Don...
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Eagles fundraiser honors beloved coworker

Edie Johnson and Verlynn Christianson, two close friends of Leanne Wiest, a local woman who had stroke in the recent past, set up a fundraising event for their longtime friend and co-worker on June 25 at the Eagles Club. Wiest was the Chaplain of the auxiliary and a member of the Eagles club since 2009, and the event was held in order to meet the medical expenses of Wiest. Johnson, a member of the auxiliary and one of the organizers of the event shared about the generous person Wiest has always been.
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Shorthanded Valley City Saints Fall to Jamestown Elks on Tuesday

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Valley City Saints returned to action on Tuesday evening as they hosted a game against the Jamestown Elks. Despite several starters being unavailable due to prior commitments, the Saints battled and scrapped against a solid Elks team. But the Elks would ultimately would beat the Saints 3-1 in 7 innings. The game was originally scheduled for 9 innings, but both teams mutually agreed to only play 7 due to a lack of available pitching.
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Royals get walloped by Wahpeton in double-header

In a crucial doubleheader between two of the top team in the Class A East Region, Wahpeton, the defending state champs. Wahpeton scored right away in the bottom of the first inning on two Royals’ errors and a single for the early 1-0 lead. Post 20 would add three...
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Wahpeton Post 20 Sweeps Valley City in Double Header

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Valley City Post 60 Royals traveled to Wahpeton on Tuesday to take on Post 20 in a double header. The home team would take both games on this day, taking the first game 5-2, and following that up with a close 9-8 win over Valley City. With the pair of losses the Royals record now sits at 15-7 on the season.
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INSTEM Academy sessions conclude for summer

The Valley City State University Great Plains STEM Education Center (GPSEC) hosted students on campus for INSTEM Academy sessions June 5-9 and June 19-23. A total of 38 students from New Town Public Schools and Eight Mile School District in Trenton, N.D. participated in a wide variety of STEM classroom and lab experiences taught by VCSU faculty. Students also took field trips to area STEM-related businesses including the Red River Zoo, Aldevron, Doosan-Bobcat and John Deere Seeding Group.
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Ronald Trapp

Ronald Trapp, age 78, of Marion, ND, died Sunday, June 26th at the Jamestown Regional Medical Center, Jamestown, ND. A graveside committal service will be held at 3:00 PM Saturday, July 1st at Bethlehem Cemetery, rural Litchville, ND. Visitation will be held on Friday from 5:00 PM until 7:00 PM at the Lerud Mathias Funeral Home in Valley City. A Celebration of Ron’s Life and a time of sharing will be held at 7:00 PM Friday evening at the funeral home. An online guestbook and a livestream of the Celebration of Life Service will be available at www.lerudmathias.com.
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Students Attend INSTEM Academy In Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (VCSU) – The Valley City State University Great Plains STEM Education Center (GPSEC) hosted students on campus for INSTEM Academy sessions June 5-9 and June 19-23. A total of 38 students from New Town Public Schools and Eight Mile School District in Trenton, N.D. participated in a wide variety of STEM classroom and lab experiences taught by VCSU faculty. Students also took field trips to area STEM-related businesses including the Red River Zoo, Aldevron, Doosan-Bobcat and John Deere Seeding Group.
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Shooting club fundraiser cooks up a good time

Valley City’s Clay Target League, formerly known as the trap club, has grown a lot – expanding the scope of the events they take part in, the team now stands as a well-respected force of nature on the clay shooting scene, and they’re eager to represent Valley City at a national-level contest.
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Local boutique makes the old new again

Duo Carl and Pam Tombarge turned their hobbies into their own small business. “We all find our own niche in life,” Pam said. Carl and Pam of C & P Designs work together to create home decor and refurbished furniture. They held a “Garage Boutique” summer open house late last week showing off their designs.
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Runners carry the torch to support Special Olympics

Area law enforcement personnel laced up for Special Olympics North Dakota (SOND). “It’s a good cause to get involved in and it’s a beautiful day in North Dakota to go for a run. Between that and camaraderie, it’s all good,” Dale Ackland, Jamestown probation officer and runner, said.
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Royals reign at Midsummer Classic Championship

Valley City went 4-0 over the weekend and defeated Casselton 13-1 in five innings in the championship game to claim the Midsummer Classic tournament title. After two close games in pool play, the Royals won decisive games on Sunday. Friday/Saturday - Valley City 8, Clark/Willow Lake, S.D. 7. The Royals...
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Gina Burtness

Gina Burtness is heading into her 4th year at VCSU. During spring semester, the double major worked her way to the top as she took home first place in her human resources event at the Collegiate DECA International Career and Development Conference and Competition. Now Burtness is leaning in to her software engineering major this summer as she interns with Digi-Key Electronics.
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Valley City Legion Splits on Wednesday

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Valley City Legion baseball team resumed their regular season action on Wednesday when they hosted Park River for a pair of games at Charlie Brown Field. The Royals would take the first game 9-1, Park River would then take the second game, which was only 5 -innings, by a score of 8-5. Game 1: Valley City 9 Park River 1.
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Salad luncheon supports local church missions

United Women in Faith, an organization that is a part of the Epworth United Methodist Church hosted a “purse-sonality” salad luncheon on Thursday, raising money for church missions. Bev Enger, chair of the salad luncheon talked about how the luncheon was a comeback after the pandemic,. “We have...
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Music In City Park Features “FM Golden Notes” June 29

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Music in the City Park Bandshell on Wednesday, June 29 will feature the FM Golden Notes New Horizons Band from Fargo-Moorhead. They will begin playing at 7:15 pm. Several from the surrounding area are part of this group. The New Horizons Bands organization was...
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Valley City Post 60 Wins Mid-Summer Classic

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The Valley City Legion Post 60 Royals won the mid-summer baseball classic tournament over the weekend in Valley City. The Royals captured their crown by defeating Casselton in the championship game, 13-1. Valley City would get their tournament started by defeating the Langdon Red Sox in a close 10-9 game, and then defeating Clark, S.D., 8-7. With the pair of wins the Royals would find themselves in the championship portion of the bracket. Valley City would then take on the West Fargo Aces in the semi-finals and cruise to the 13-3 victory to send them to the championship match up. In the finals, Valley City would be matched up with Casselton. The Royals offense would continue to stay hot as Valley City would reach double digits again and with the championship game 13-1, and claim the mid-summer classic crown.
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Messages From Valley City Mayor Dave Carlsrud

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – While we were grateful for the quick installation of the clay levees to mitigate flooding, perhaps the most asked question now is “When will the levees be removed”? Emergency declarations allow quick installation, however removal involves some layers of bureaucracy. It is important we remove levees as directed so we have opportunities for cost shares.
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