Swept away: Jays take two from Century
Ben Walz provided the kind of timely hitting needed to beat Bismarck Century on Thursday. The offense was mostly stagnant, but it was Walz’ two-run d...
Jamestown students meet their pen pals at Ave Maria
Kennedy Dewald and Lillian Wood are getting to know each other through a pen pal project organized by the Arts Center. Dewald is in the third grade ...
John M. Steiner / The Sun Haley Nelson, third-grade student at Gussner Elementary School in Jamestown, holds a stuffed animal while giving a presenta...
John M. Steiner / The Sun Braxton Aberle, kindergarten student at Pingree-Buchanan Elementary School in Buchanan, N.D., knocks over a bottle using a ...
Terror arrest in Idaho: Man accused of working with terror group and trying to use weapon of mass destruction
Federal authorities in Idaho said Thursday they have arrested an Uzbekistan national accused of conspiring with a designated terrorist organization in his home country and helping scheme to use a weapon of mass destruction.
The prosecution set out its case Thursday in Southeast District Court against a Jamestown woman accused of delivering a potent prescription painkiller. Lori Ella Houge, born in 1961 and from Jamestown, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance, a Class A felony. She is accused of delivering fentanyl patches on or about March 3, 2012, to Tim Partlow. Houge pleaded not guilty.
Calm winds were allowing 40-some fire departments to get control of a wildfire that has scorched more than 7,100 acres in three counties since Tuesday.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency is taking written comments through June 17 on an appeal of North Dakota’s regional haze plan approved last year.
Kennedy Dewald and Lillian Wood are getting to know each other through a pen pal project organized by the Arts Center. Dewald is in the third grade at Roosevelt Elementary School in Jamestown. Wood is a resident at the Heritage Centre at Ave Maria Village.RELATED CONTENT
North Dakota’s attorney general has until May 29 to respond to a complaint filed against the state Wednesday alleging a recently passed anti-abortion law violates the state constitution.
The numbers sum up the frenzy that has taken over the Golden State since it became the newest in the nation to join the madness over Powerball, which saw its jackpot soar Thursday to $550 million.
Releases from the Jamestown Dam will be reduced Friday in anticipation of possible rain showers and thunderstorms in the region, according to Bob Martin, dam manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Pipestem Dam.
Every spring thousands of graduates pour out of high schools and colleges around the region. They have reached a milestone in their lives and deserve the recognition and congratulations of friends and community.RELATED CONTENT
What a difference God can make in two years. It is a wonderful thing to see the Lord Jesus Christ work out his plan through our own North Dakota Legislature.
Greg Ulland’s 2013 recruiting class keeps growing both in quantity and quality. Already with nearly 10 new signees in the fold, Ulland added to the list in a big way this week, both literally and figuratively.RELATED CONTENT
Ben Walz provided the kind of timely hitting needed to beat Bismarck Century on Thursday. The offense was mostly stagnant, but it was Walz’ two-run double in the second inning that lifted the Jamestown High School baseball team to a 4-2 victory in West Region action at Jack Brown Stadium. If that wasn’t enough, Walz drilled a two-run single up the middle to lift the Blue Jays 2-1 in the nightcap.RELATED CONTENT
The conditions at McElroy Park on Thursday weren’t exactly ideal, and a lack of consistency again hurt the Jamestown Blue Jay softball team. Bismarck High eighth-grader Jaime Barta took the circle in both West Region contests as rain spit from the sky. Barta picked up 21 strikeouts in all, leading the Demons to a 7-1 and 15-6 sweep over the Blue Jays.RELATED CONTENT
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A telling fact about this year’s NBA draft class might be that the potential No. 1 pick will be unavailable to start the 2013-14 season while recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
In his fourth start, the colt Orb won his first race, last November at Aqueduct.