Bravo to the UJ volleyball team
The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:
*Bravo to the number of visitors that went through the 1883 Stutsman County Courthouse this season. The state historic site had almost 2,400 visitors in its first official full season from Memorial Day through Halloween, according to Steve Reidburn, site supervisor for the State Historical Society of North Dakota, which owns the courthouse.
* Bravo to the University of Jamestown’s volleyball team, which received an at-large bid into the NAIA volleyball national championship tournament later this month. The Jimmies, ranked No. 19, will play for the second straight season at the tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.
* Bravo to the Grafton Armory for its role with the military and North Dakota National Guard. The armory ended a 132-year history of active Army posts in Grafton when it closed at an official ceremony on Veterans Day. The closure was part of Guard outpost closures in the last year in the state, including Cando, Bottineau, Rugby and Mott.
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