Charly Haley covers city government for the Grand Forks Herald. As night reporter, she also has many general assignments. Before working at the Herald, she was a reporter at the Jamestown Sun and interned at The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Detroit Lakes Newspapers and the St. Cloud Times. Haley is a graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead, and her hometown is Sartell, Minn.
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The father of the 18-year-old whose alleged “satanic” threats led to a campus lockdown at University of Jamestown last week says his son was just joking. Ronald Flores, who came to Jamestown Friday from his home in California, said his son’s alleged threats were “all a joke. That’s what it comes down to.” He contacted The Jamestown Sun Tuesday to speak on his son’s behalf. The campus was under lockdown for almost an hour Thursday after student Robert Flores allegedly threatened specific students.
Both suspects in a Valley City church burglary are in custody at the Cass County Jail after being arrested with multiple stolen vehicles in Hillsboro, N.D. Andrew Miklas, 25, of Valley City, and Nicole Lindermann, 18, of Kathryn, were both arrested Thursday night, according to Hillsboro Police Department.
A second suspect has been arrested in connection with one of several late-September Valley City church burglaries. Andrew Miklas was detained near Hillsboro, N.D., Thursday night, said Officer Randy Schmidt, of the Valley City Police Department. Miklas, 25, of Valley City, is being held at Cass County Jail, charged with criminal conspiracy to commit burglary in Barnes County and possession of stolen property i
VALLEY CITY, N.D. -- A second suspect has been arrested in connection with one of several late-September Valley City church burglaries. Andrew Miklas was detained near Hillsboro on Thursday night, said Officer Randy Schmidt, of the Valley City Police Department.
Ave Maria Village has reached the $1 million mark in the fundraising campaign for its $1.32 million expansion project. Construction on the expansion is about twothirds finished, said Tim Burchill, CEO of Ave Maria, a nonprofit nursing and rehabilitation center in Jamestown.
The Salvation Army’s Kettle Campaign isn’t the nonprofit’s only program during the holiday season. The Salvation Army also gives out Christmas food baskets and has its Angel Tree Program. Last year, the Salvation Army gave away about 161 food baskets during the holiday season, said Lt.
With the holiday season just around the corner, the Salvation Army in Jamestown is dusting off its famous red kettles, in preparation for its biggest annual fundraiser. This year’s Kettle Campaign goal is $147,000, which is $1,000 more than last year, said Lt.
A lockdown at the University of Jamestown was lifted about 11:30 a.m. Thursday after police took student Robert Flores into custody. The lockdown was issued about 10:45 a.m. after Flores allegedly threatened specific students and then went missing, said Scott Edinger, Jamestown police chief.
Sitting in the dark Jamestown High School theater, surrounded by a dress rehearsal and sipping a Diet Coke, Jay Nitschke described some of her experiences as high school drama director. The dress rehearsal was for “The Panic Broadcast of 1938,” showing tonight and Friday.
The Main Street Downtown Association is looking for participants and sponsors for the 10th annual Holiday Dazzle Parade. The parade will be at 7 p.m. Nov. 29, starting in McElroy Park and routing through Jamestown. The Holiday Dazzle Parade had about 60 floats in its second year, but has since been averaging about 45 to 50, said Charlie Kourajian, an organizer. “We’d like to bring that total back up to 55 or 60,” he said. Any business or organization can submit a float to the parade, Kourajian said.