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 »
After months of warnings and debate, the Velva City Commission voted unanimously to seek an injunction to close the Hotel Berry Apartments.
Posted 10/22/13 (Tue) read more »
...when hanging lights from our eaves!
Posted 10/15/13 (Tue) read more »
With this year’s unpredictable weather, corn crops across North Dakota are at varying degrees of maturity and moisture content.
Posted 10/08/13 (Tue) read more »
Velva Public School patrons have read, with some alarm, the notice about a public hearing concerning raising the local mill levy by 22.54 percent. Similar ads have been published all across the state as school officials deal with the complications of explaining the new tax “increases.”
Posted 10/01/13 (Tue) read more »