• Thursday ND news from Associated Press
  • Propane truck tire fire on I94 by Tower City
  • Jamestown Racer – Racing To Save miles at JRMC
  • Valley City School Board Forum airs on CSi 10
  • Road Closed 700 block 5th St NE thru Thurs
  • Message from VC Mayor Dave Carlsrud to Residents
  • Average gas prices in ND were unchanged last week

Thursday ND news from Associated Press

Electronic Pull Tabs Bismarck, ND (AP) — The North Dakota Gaming Commission endorsed a rule change that creates a moratorium on electronic pull tab machines at gas stations and liquor, grocery and convenience stores. The commission voted Thursday to alter the definition of a bar to make clear where the […]

Propane truck tire fire on I94 by Tower City

May 18 at 11:40 am, Mark Wendt of Warner SD was eastbound on I-94 a few miles west of Tower City in a 2018 Mack semi-truck towing a trailer loaded with 9,000 gallons of propane. Wendt heard a loud bang and noticed shredded tire in his rear-view mirror on his […]

Jamestown Racer – Racing To Save miles at JRMC

Jamestown, ND, May 18, 2022 — A Jamestown driver is using his race car to reduce miles on other people’s vehicles. Brian Hanson Jr. is a regular at Jamestown Speedway. Hanson painted his car purple this year and will be donating the proceeds from sponsorships and ribbon sales to cancer […]

Valley City School Board Forum airs on CSi 10

The candidates’ forum for the Valley City Public School Board airs on CSi 10 The Replay Channel.  Replays start again Tuesday May 17. The forum was held Wednesday May 11 in the Hi Liner Activity Center sponsored by the Valley City Education Association. The five candidates vying for two open […]

Road Closed 700 block 5th St NE thru Thurs

Starting Tues May 17 through Thurs May 19; there will be a road closure on the 700 Block of 5th Steet NE and the alleyway to the South to 3rd Street NE. This closure will start at approximately 8:00 A.M. on May 17, and last until approximately 9:00 P.M. on […]

Message from VC Mayor Dave Carlsrud to Residents

Your Help Is Needed as sewer backup has occurred in some Valley City homes. Our Master Lift Station normally pumps about 700,000 gallons of waste daily, but during these times of significant rain events, gallons have been as high as 2.5 MILLION!! WE can all help: 1. Conserve water by flushing toilets only […]

Average gas prices in ND were unchanged last week

(May 16, 2022) – Average gasoline prices in North Dakota are unchanged  in the last week, averaging $4.10/g today, according to GasBuddy’s survey of 493 stations in North Dakota. Prices in North Dakota are 27.3 cents per gallon higher than a month ago and stand $1.27/g higher than a year […]

 

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Thursday ND news from Associated Press

Thursday ND news from Associated Press

Electronic Pull Tabs Bismarck, ND (AP) — The North Dakota Gaming Commission endorsed a rule change that creates a moratorium on electronic pull tab machines at gas stations and liquor, grocery and convenience stores. The commission voted Thursday...

 

Germany says OKs to vaccine pandemic Not Over

Germany says OKs to vaccine pandemic Not Over

BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s health minister is warning that the coronavirus pandemic is not over yet. Health Minister Karl Lauterbach noted the sharp rise in cases in some Asian countries such as North Korea but also parts of Europe. Lauterbach...

 

Jordan King Places Brother Under House Arrest

Jordan King Places Brother Under House Arrest

JERUSALEM (AP) — Jordan’s king has gone public with a royal rift with his half-brother and formalized the former crown prince’s house arrest, calling him “erratic” in an unprecedented harshly worded letter. King Abdullah II said...

 

Grand jury Indicts Man in Buffalo Shooting

Grand jury Indicts Man in Buffalo Shooting

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The white man accused of killing 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket appeared briefly in court Thursday after a grand jury indicted him on a first-degree murder charge. Assistant district attorney Gary Hackbush said...

 

Baby Formula Factory Could Reopen by Next Week

Baby Formula Factory Could Reopen by Next Week

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration’s commissioner says a shuttered baby formula factory could be up and running by next week. FDA Commissioner Robert Califf faced congressional anger Thursday for not answering questions...

 

Michael “Opie” Guthmiller Tuesday May 17 2022

Michael “Opie” Guthmiller Tuesday May 17 2022

Michael Guthmiller, age 51, passed away May 17 under hospice at Eventide in Jamestown.  Mike was born on October 30, 1970, in Jamestown, to Richard Guthmiller and Joyce (Ova) Guthmiller.  After growing up in Jamestown, “Opie” pursued...

 

Fertilizer spill enters Heart River in Grant County

Fertilizer spill enters Heart River in Grant County

BISMARCK, N.D. – Yesterday, Agtegra Cooperative notified state agencies that a dry Urea fertilizer spill resulted from a vehicle accident in Grant County. The incident caused about 4,000 pounds of fertilizer to enter the Heart River 18 miles...

 

Propane truck tire fire on I94 by Tower City

Propane truck tire fire on I94 by Tower City

May 18 at 11:40 am, Mark Wendt of Warner SD was eastbound on I-94 a few miles west of Tower City in a 2018 Mack semi-truck towing a trailer loaded with 9,000 gallons of propane. Wendt heard a loud bang and noticed shredded tire in his rear-view...

 

Ransom County Injury Crash, Five injured

Ransom County Injury Crash, Five injured

The Ford Explorer driven by Alinder was southbound on 127th Avenue SE in the 7200 block. At this location, 127th Avenue SE is closed due to a culvert washout caused by erosion. The Explorer entered the washout and the front of the vehicle struck...

 

Barnes County Historical Society Lecture Series May 19

Barnes County Historical Society Lecture Series May 19

(BCHS) The Barnes County Historical Society Lecture Series Season 21 Presents:  Will Brink “Veterans in Transition; From combat to your neighborhood” 7 PM Thursday, May 19th at the Barnes County Museum.  If you ask folks who have...

 
 
 
 

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