Last week, reports started coming in to the N.D. State Vet and then McHenry County Sheriff’s Department about a lone bull buffalo wandering the countryside near Velva.
Posted 7/22/14 (Tue) read more »
Rainy days leading into the weekend had some folks worried, but the Fourth of July dawned full of fun and sun in Velva last weekend.
Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »
After this weekend's big Fourth of July celebration, make your way back to Velva next weekend for the Blackhawk concert and ribfest!
Posted 7/02/14 (Wed) read more »
Monday's regular meeting of the Velva City Commission opened by administering the oaths of office to the new commission president, Scott Blotter, and new commissioner, Dave Keller.
Posted 6/24/14 (Tue) read more »
It’s no secret that Velva’s 23-acre city park, along with the swimming pool and campgrounds, are rare finds in such a small community. And far from being neglected, the local park board is constantly upgrading and adding to the city’s already stellar facilities.
Posted 6/19/14 (Thu) read more »
Tuesday’s primary election may have been primary for some candidates, but others had their fate decided that day.
Posted 6/12/14 (Thu) read more »
It’s bumped and dug and pushed its way through snow and mud and dusty gravel roads. It’s sped along highways, sometimes a clear and dry path and other times an icy, snowy obstacle field.
Posted 1/07/14 (Tue) read more »
Following the closure of Northern Livestock in Minot this past January, local producers found themselves in a quandry. With no local outlet for sales, they were being forced to haul their livestock greater distances.
Posted 11/12/13 (Tue) read more »
Students at Velva Public School will have plenty of “cleaning” supplies on hand this winter, thanks to a local resident who entered the school in a sweepstakes.
Posted 11/05/13 (Tue) read more »