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Initial flood control project announced

The North Dakota State Water Commission and Gov. Jack Dalrymple presented the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project Initial Concept Alignment to the Souris River Joint Board on Nov. 3.

Posted 11/08/11 (Tue) read more »

Lead content no reason for alarm

Velva's city water tests slightly elevated for lead, due to old service lines.

Posted 11/01/11 (Tue) read more »

Accidents plague area

Several accidents in recent weeks have local law enforcement warning drivers to navigate safely. Two accidents involved vehicles and train crossings, and another a Velva school bus and a semi-truck.

Posted 10/25/11 (Tue) read more »

Halloween fundraiser at school

Teachers and staff at Velva Public School have decorated pumpkins to raise money for the Velva Ambulance.

Posted 10/11/11 (Tue) read more »

Crime seminars in Velva

Crime and safety awareness seminars were held in Velva last week, first at the Senior Center and later, at city hall.

Posted 10/11/11 (Tue) read more »

Velva Ambulance loses contract

Last month, the Velva volunteer ambulance service received notice from Golden Heart of Rugby that their contract for ambulance services was being cancelled.

Posted 10/04/11 (Tue) read more »

Construction behind schedule, but progressing

Delays due to the flood and persistent rains have set back construction on the Velva School addition, but Superintendent Jeff Manley still feels the contractors are making good progress.

Posted 9/27/11 (Tue) read more »

City commission deals with pets, levee issues

One of the most common complaints registered in Velva is problems with dogs. Dogs barking. Dogs running loose. Dogs defecating on other people’s property.

Posted 9/13/11 (Tue) read more »

Concerns about county law enforcement

Velva Police Commissioner JD Larson attended the McHenry County Commission meeting this past Tuesday morning to share the Velva City Commission’s concerns about local law enforcement funding. At the Sept. 6th meeting, Larson expressed his – and the city’s _ worries about a number of policing issues, including an inadequate number of officers, low pay and long hours.

Posted 9/06/11 (Tue) read more »

House fire claims life

In the early morning hours of last Friday, August 26, a house fire in Velva destroyed the home of Marvin and Mona Miller. Later in the day, workers recovered the body of 52 year old Marvin from the smoldering remains.

Posted 8/30/11 (Tue) read more »