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Local residents gathered on Sunday, February 18 for the fourth annual Bridal Showcase held at Woodland Steakhouse from 2 to 5 p.m. The day drew several vendors including Lush Wedding Design and Rental, the Candy Emporium, Prairie Ridge Floral, and Sheyenne Riverbend Farms, and was focused on offerin...
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Those looking to enjoy some friendly competition can sign up for the Community Day events at the North Dakota Winter Show.
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On the morning of Tuesday, February 13 the local United Way of Barnes County gathered at Leevers Foods to create and deliver 1,400 inches of submarine sandwiches.
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Monday, February 19 On the Move’s b-Fit 24/7 is free from 4-6 p.m.; No school – no Walk Away the Pounds Class today at the Hi-Liners Activity Center.
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The Valley City Fire Department and other first responders were called to 640 10th Avenue SE at 5 p.m. on Monday, February 12 for a house fire thats smoke could be seen from the Interstate 94.
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For a couple from Tower City, Valentine’s Day may have special meaning this year. Travis and Darcie Besette spent half of the last year apart, while Travis was deployed abroad with the Air National Guard in southwest Asia. Travis is a member of the 119th Wing of the North Dakota Air National Guard...
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Once the transaction is complete, Valley City will have two Leevers Foods grocery stores.

Johanneson’s, Inc., owner of Marketplace Foods, has reached a tentative agreement to sell its Marketplace Foods grocery store located in Valley City to Leevers Foods, Inc., the company announced in a press release.
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Payton Aarseth, at the age of six, began competing in pageants for the very first time during the summer of 2017 as a way to have a little fun with mom Peggy. While popular reality television shows often depict the drama and competitiveness of such events, this local pair just wanted nothing more th...
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The 29th Annual North Dakota State Pinochle Tournament hosted by the Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce will take place on Saturday, February 17 and Sunday, February 18 at the Valley City Eagles Club and with 84 teams already signed up the event is once again looking to be a success.
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Monday, February 12 and Tuesday, February 13 Valley City Public Schools will hold Parent-Teacher Conferences from 4 to 7 p.m.
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The Valley City High School speech team was recently honored by being named the leading chapter of the North Dakota Roughrider District of the National Speech and Debate Association, according to Head Speech and Student Congress Coach Nick Lee at VCHS. This award is the highest honor awarded by the....
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Did you miss the opening ceremony that premiered 6am EST Friday? Don't worry, Yahoo Sports has you covered! Here are the best moments of the night in PyeongChang.
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Along with discussing parking fees, the Valley City City Commission during its Tuesday, Feb. 6 regularly scheduled meeting also moved forward with plans to remove the elevators and steel bins located at the Mill Dam site, something they had been talking about for some time but finally received fundi...
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The Valley City Area Chamber of Commerce and the Valley City-Barnes County Development Corporation are gearing up once again for their annual banquet to take place in late April, and the Chamber of Commerce would like to encourage citizens to make their nominations for the 2018 Chamber Awards.
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