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No injuries were reported after a small fire started between the floor and ceiling of apartments in northeast Jamestown Monday afternoon, according to the Jamestown Fire Department. The department was sent to 610 11th St. NE at 5:07 p.m. on a report of a fire between the floor and ceiling of two apartments. A heat gun was being used to thaw pipes in the apartment building, said Lt. Sheldon Mohr, Jamestown Fire Department training officer.
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The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission approved 4-0 Monday a request from a youth baseball group to install new batting cages at Jack Brown Stadium. The group, represented by Jeff Gould, is raising funds for the $70,000 project which would tear down two of the existing three batting cages, keep one and add three new ones.
Griffin Gegelman, 7, front, flies over a jump on a sled with his mother, Jamie, while sledding at the Bunker on Sunday afternoon. Griffin and his brothers Hunter, 11, and Becker, 4, took many trips down and up one of the sledding hills while enjoying temperatures in the mid-30s. Chris Olson / The Sun
Jamestown’s taxable sales and purchases decreased slightly in the third quarter of 2017 compared to the third quarter of 2016, including an almost 42 percent drop in manufacturing, according to the North Dakota Office of the State Tax Commissioner. The tax commissioner released the 2017 third-quarter numbers Thursday, which showed Jamestown had $65.3 million in taxable sales and purchases, down 4.7 percent from $68.5 million in 2016.
Ano-nonsense cook/ chef is thrown into a comical maelstrom when his dead wife takes up residence in a painting on the wall of a diner to try to reunite the cook and his longlost daughter in Gary Ray Stapp’s “Daddy’s Girl.” The comedy will be performed by The 2nd ACT, a community theater group that operates out of the Arts Center. The troupe’s performance is paired with a meal of vegetable beef stew served in a bread bowl, side salad and dessert catered by Emma Rosie’s Home Cooking.
Gordon Hogue of Jamestown supports placing traffic lights at the on- and off-ramps for exit 258 from Interstate 94 onto U.S. Highway 281, part of $1.1 million in improvements the North Dakota Department of Transportation has planned for Jamestown this summer.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is seeking public comment today on a proposed $1.1 million project that would temporarily close exit 257 on Interstate 94 in Jamestown and add traffic lights at the on- and off-ramps on the U.S. Highway 281 bridge over I-94. The open house is from 5 to 7 p.m. today at Hampton Inn & Suites, 2700 8th Ave. SW. There will be DOT staff to answer question and discuss people’s concerns. Exhibits on the project will explain the work.
The Stutsman County Commission unanimously approved Tuesday advertising for applicants for the open county auditor/chief operating officer position.