Valley City may refer to
a place in the United States:
- Valley City, Illinois
- Valley City, Indiana
- Valley City, North Dakota
- Valley City, Ohio
- Valley City Wetland Management District
- West Valley City, Utah
- Valley City State University
- Valley City Times-Record
- USS Valley City (1859), a 190-ton steamer used by the Union Navy during the American Civil War.
Other articles related to "valley city":
... in 1922 playing in the Dakota League for the Valley City Hi-Liners in Valley City, North Dakota ... He compiled a.362 batting average for Valley City in 1922 ...
... Ms Kelly is a former staff features writer for the Valley City Times Record newspaper based in Valley City, North Dakota ... She is married to Martin Kelly, former Director of Theatre at Valley City State University, in Valley City, North Dakota, and now retired ...
... USS Valley City (1859) was a 190-ton steamer acquired by the Union Navy for service in the American Civil War ... Valley City was outfitted as a gunship and served blockade duty as well as performing surveillance duty ...
... Valley City is located at 38°05′38″N 86°13′22″W / 38.09389°N 86.22278°W / 38.09389 -86.22278 ...
... floods as a result of the levees wreaked havoc on Valley City leading to decimation of the town's businesses, abandonment of homes, and the eventual death of the town ... Prior to the levees, Valley City was a vibrant river town with an economy based on commercial fishing, transportation of agricultural products such as hogs packed in oak barrels, apples, and ... in the late 1990s, the last major plant in Valley City, the Tate Cheese Company, closed its doors for good ...
Famous quotes containing the words city and/or valley:
“The Great Society is a place where every child can find knowledge to enrich his mind and to enlarge his talents.... It is a place where the city of man serves not only the needs of the body and the demands of commerce but the desire for beauty and the hunger for community.... It is a place where men are more concerned with the quality of their goals than the quantity of their goods.”
—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)
“How old the world is! I walk between two eternities.... What is my fleeting existence in comparison with that decaying rock, that valley digging its channel ever deeper, that forest that is tottering and those great masses above my head about to fall? I see the marble of tombs crumbling into dust; and yet I dont want to die!”
—Denis Diderot (17131784)