NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Youth Grant Program Application Deadline
Wildlife, shooting, civic and fraternal organizations are urged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrows Hunters program, a State Game and Fish Department grant program developed... Posted on 3/20/13 at 7:11 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Soup Off Winners 2013
The Faith Baptist Church Youth Groups Annual Soup-Off fundraiser and competition was held on Wednesday night. Over 20 soups were entered. The top three vote recipients received the coveted winning spo... Posted on 3/15/13 at 7:29 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN They really could Use Somebody
In case you havent heard the Kings of Leon have cancelled the 29 remaining shows in the U.S.
It may not be a big deal here because they probably werent going to come that close, possibly Chicago. Bu... Posted on 8/4/11 at 10:31 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Ideas for improving K-12 education
BISMARCK Continuing the North Dakota Scholarship program, providing funding for preschool programming and improving curriculum alignment between high schools and colleges are among the priorities for... Posted on 9/1/10 at 9:14 AM
The Jamestown Taz wrestling team earned 34 places at the state Greco and freestyle wrestling tournaments at the Jamestown Civic Center April 26-27.
The Taz had 20 team members compete in Greco and 24 in freestyle.
Diontrea Anderson, Brant Fields and Paxton Mewes each captured first-place honors in Greco and freestyle.
The Jamestown Blue Jays seventh-grade basketball team placed first at the Josh DeBuck Memorial 3-on-3 tournament in Montpelier on Saturday. Team members were, from left, Nolan Kratz, Bryton Dewald, John Horgan, Adam Reiten and Jacob Ament.
The Jamestown Taz placed third in the state folkstyle dual tournament at the Bismarck Civic Center March 29. It was the first time in several years the Taz placed in the ‘A’ division. They beat the Minot Rattlers (45-25) and Bismarck Gorillas (39-33) for the first time in recent history on their run to third place. Team members are, back row, from left, coaches Jeremy Braun, Brad Anderson, Gerald Erickson and Jason Anderson. Middle row, from left, Chris Erickson, Noah Braun, Brant Fields, Seth Hustedde, Dawson Denning and Brandon Dallmann. Front row, from left, Ethan Bowman, Diontrea Anderson, Colton Mewes, Joel Bowman, Jackson Walters, Ian Ford and Aden Braun.
The Jamestown Blue Jays 12-Blue sixth-grade volleyball team placed first at a tournament in Jamestown April 6. The Blue Jays went 3-1 in pool play, then defeated a team from Mandan in the semifinals and a team from Fargo in the championship, 2-1. Team members are, from left, Jessica Schmitz, Kameron Selvig, coach Addie Eamon, McKenzie Roy, coach Niki Schmitz, Chloe Carlson, Shayla Schauer and Brielle Riedinger.
Top, the Firebirds 5th- and 6th-grade girls basketball team placed first at the Napoleon Booster Basketball Tournament recently. They also placed third in their division at the Jamestown Spring Shootout, playing teams from Fargo, Aberdeen and Mandan. Team members are, back row, from left, coach Andy Heflin, Haley Mittleider, Sarah Gutschmidt, Sydney Kleingartner, Megan Moser and coach Scott Moser. Front row, from left, Bailey Heflin, Carlee Moser, Dani Eissinger and Abby Carlson. Bottom, the Firebirds 7th- and 8th-grade basketball went 2-0 at the Napoleon Booster Basketball Tournament. Team members are coach Dan Moser, Kenzie Heflin, Tillee Moser, Courtney Reister, Mikayla Moser, Lauren Moser and Eva Reich.
The Jamestown seventh-grade boys traveling basketball team placed second at the Aberdeen Family YMCA Interstate Basketball Tournament on Saturday. Team members are, front row, from left, Dylan Murchie, Braydon Roorda, Jared Wibstad and Hunter Klipfel. Back row, from left, coach Jason Wibstad, Jamie Brown, Max Montoya, Levi Longtin, John Horgan, Jared Harr and coach Jason Waliser.
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