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The Jamestown, Devils Lake and Bismarck airports were the only commercial service airports in the state to see increases in paid passenger boardings for 2016, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission. Overall passenger boardings in North Dakota were down in 2016 almost 11 percent at its eight commercial service airports compared to 2015.
The Jamestown Choralaires will perform some of the songs the group will be singing in Carnegie Hall in New York City next month on Friday and Saturday in the Reiland Fine Arts Center on the Univ
The South Central Dakota Regional Council Executive Board appointed a committee Wednesday to create a job description for the open executive director position. The executive board appointed SCDRC Board of Directors members Connie Ova and Tena Lawrence to a committee along with Brenda Moritz, the Regional Council's interim executive director, to create a job description for the executive director position. The committee will also create an advertisement to attract applicants to the open position.
A 34-year-old Bismarck man pleaded not guilty to aggravated assault Tuesday in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Robert Guttormson appeared in court for a preliminary hearing on the Class C felony charge. Judge Mark Blumer ruled there was evidence to proceed to an arraignment.
The Stutsman County Commission unanimously approved a request from Josh Smaage, county information technology director, to use some additional funds to upgrade two security systems in the county courthouse. Casey Bradley, county auditor/chief operating officer, said the county had received $54,600 from grants related to the area drug task force. Bradley said the funds can be used by Smaage to upgrade the county’s security camera system.
Four inches of fresh snow fell overnight in Jamestown, leading many to again clear the sidewalks around their homes and businesses.
With winter storms that dumped almost every known form of precipitation on Jamestown and most of North Dakota, the Jamestown Fire Department is asking residents to keep fire hydrants and secondary exits to buildings clear of snow and ice. During storms at the end of December, Jamestown received snow and ice that covered almost all of the 1,000 or so fire hydrants in Jamestown, said Jim Reuther, Jamestown fire chief. Reuther said for the most part people in Jamestown keep the fire hydrants near their houses clear.
Working with cats and dogs and spending time with the residents of Ave Maria Village were the main tasks for 25 high school and college students from around the state in Jamestown this weekend for the North Dakota Leadership Seminar Winter Excursion.