Eventide at Hi-Acres in Jamestown has grown since opening in 1962 and this long-term care nursing center is set to celebrate that evolution Thursday at its 50th Anniversary Community Picnic.
The Jamestown Sun, 09/05/2012
For 10 years now, ARAMARK — a domestic and international food service company — has been in charge of feeding the student body at Jamestown College.
The Jamestown Sun, 09/01/2012
A veteran of the glass business since 1980, Jamestown native and resident Larry Hust is now the owner of his own automotive glass shop in southeast Jamestown.
The Jamestown Sun, 09/01/2012
It was back in December 2011 when the body of drowning victim Darrin Ackerman was recovered from the Jamestown Reservoir using a remote operated vehicle (ROV) that was brought in 350 miles east of the city from Duluth, Minn.
The Jamestown Sun, 08/30/2012
On the surface, it has been a rough off-season for big-time college football.
One of the sport’s most respected programs — Penn State University — fell from grace with the now-infamous Jerry Sandusky scandal. And thanks to NCAA sanctions, the Nittany Lions’ winning tradition likely won’t return to State College anytime in the near future.
The Jamestown Sun, 08/29/2012
For the fifth straight year in downtown Jamestown, the students at Jamestown College will have a venue to interact with businesses, organizations and all members of the community.
The Jamestown Sun, 08/28/2012
In an effort to promote the development of women in leadership roles, North Dakota Farmers Union (NDFU) is holding the inaugural Women In Leadership Development (WILD) conference in Jamestown on Sept. 21-22.
“Our biggest goal is to help empower women to become more involved in their communities and in organizations,”
The Jamestown Sun, 08/25/2012
While one of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s campaign promises is to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care reform, Sen. Kent Conrad’s visit to Jamestown Regional Medical Center Thursday focused on the importance of maintaining such reform and the negative implications if it was repealed.
The Jamestown Sun, 08/24/2012
New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez was doomed from the start.
Being drafted into a ferocious N.Y. media market, the former sixth overall pick had not only the pressure of that firestorm but also the expectation that he would finally become the Jets’ next great signal-caller — something the franchise hasn’t had since “Broadway Joe” Namath in the late 1960s.
The Jamestown Sun, 08/23/2012
The upcoming 2012-2013 school year at Jamestown College marks President Bob Badal’s 11th at the private, liberal arts institution of about 1,000 undergraduates, and he said this year should be as exciting as any other.
“No school year is routine, let me tell you,” Badal said. “This time of the year is a chaotic, but fun time for not just our college, but the community of Jamestown as well.”
The Jamestown Sun, 08/22/2012
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