Taylor Christianson and Heather Cellmer led the Jamestown College golf teams at the Bismarck State College Invitational on Thursday at Hawktree.
Christianson, a sophomore from Cavalier, finished third. He shot a 36 on the back nine to post a round of 77. That helped lead the Jimmie men to a third-place finish in the team standings.
Jamestown Deputy Fire Chief Gordie Christianson has been on the job for 43 years as of today, and that’s longer than any other firefighter in the department’s history.
“He’s exceptional, he really is,” said Jim Reuther, fire chief. “He does a good job and takes control.”
Serena Christianson, a Williston native, was crowned Miss State Capitol on Saturday at Simle Middle School in Bismarck.
Christianson is a junior at Jamestown College, majoring in hospitality and tourism management and communication. She is also pursuing a Character in Leadership minor. Currently she is employed as a Jimmie Ambassador and admissions student assistant for Jamestown College. She is the daughter of Jon and Beverly Christianson of Williston.
The last North Dakota state official convicted of public corruption was Attorney General Elmo T. Christianson, in 1954.
It ended the political career of the young Cavalier, N.D., attorney and helped push the Nonpartisan League into marriage with the state Democratic Party, a marriage that lives on today in the party’s moniker.
By Janell Cole, N.D. Capitol Bureau
, December 12, 2008
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