UPDATE: Water covers I-94 lanes west of Jamestown
On the evening of May 18 and morning hours of May 19, Stutsman County received rain and hail, which has resulted in flooding on Interstate 94, mile marker 249 (10 miles west of Jamestown).
Going green tonight: Jamestown Speedway kicks off 2013 season this evening at 7 p.m.
The weatherman has said there’s a 40-percent chance of scattered thunderstorms today. But he also said it’s supposed to be 80 degrees. It’s highly un...
Hopes high after strong season
The big takeaway from the Jimmies’ 2-2 showing in the national tournament last week was clear: They aren’t far away. ...
Marking storm drains
Eighth-graders from Jamestown Middle School and their adult chaperone scrape old paint before stenciling on new warnings not to dump things in storm d...
North Dakota vs. Minnesota: Billboards popping up are meant to attract Minnesota consumers, businesses
North Dakota is promoting its business climate at Minnesota’s expense, and some politicians east of the Red River are not happy about it. The Greater...
North Dakota is promoting its business climate at Minnesota’s expense, and some politicians east of the Red River are not happy about it. The Greater North Dakota Chamber has started a campaign that mocks proposals in the Minnesota Legislature, including bills that would raise certain taxes. A chamber release said Minnesota politicians are “making a strong case for business to come across the border to North Dakota.”RELATED CONTENT
Calls for service were up more than 20 percent at the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office in 2012. “It was a busy year. We had a good year,” said Sheriff Chad Kaiser. Though 2012’s statistics on calls for service for the sheriff’s office can be compared with those from the year before, any earlier numbers aren’t really comparable because the tracking procedure for calls has changed.RELATED CONTENT
A jury deliberated less than an hour Friday in Southeast District Court before finding a Jamestown woman guilty of delivery of a controlled substance.
Luke Bowman is looking forward to a busy summer, no matter what happens when he competes at the 25th Annual National Geographic Bee in Washington, D.C., Monday.RELATED CONTENT
Rights activists visiting abandoned government prisons in the first Syrian city to come under rebel control have found torture devices and other evidence that detainees were abused there, Human Rights Watch said in a report Friday.
The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:RELATED CONTENT
The weatherman has said there’s a 40-percent chance of scattered thunderstorms today. But he also said it’s supposed to be 80 degrees. It’s highly unlikely that both of those ingredients will happen at the same time, and after canceling the first two scheduled nights of the 2013 racing season, officials at Jamestown Speedway are crossing their fingers for the latter.RELATED CONTENT
The Blue Jay boys golf team didn’t disappoint on its home golf course on Friday. Jamestown posted its best team finish of the season, rifling off a score of 316 — second to only Bismarck Century’s 312 — during the Jamestown High School Invitational at Jamestown Country Club.RELATED CONTENT
The big takeaway from the Jimmies’ 2-2 showing in the national tournament last week was clear: They aren’t far away.RELATED CONTENT
Sidney Crosby had his second career playoff hat trick and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 4-3 on Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals.RELATED CONTENT
New York Jets running back Mike Goodson is facing drug and weapons charges after he was found in a car with an acquaintance early Friday morning on Interstate 80 in New Jersey.
Former Green Bay Packers great Paul Hornung is looking to pull an upset in the Preakness with his 3-year-old colt Titletown Five — named for the number of NFL titles won by the Packers when Hornung played for them.RELATED CONTENT