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University of Jamestown President Robert Badal will retire effective Feb. 28, 2018, according to an announcement from the university late Thursday.
IF YOU GO ► What: Stephen Tobolowsky, part of the University of Jamestown’s Performing Arts Series ► When: 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21. Doors open at 7 p.m. ► Where: DeNault Auditorium, Reiland Fine Arts Center, University of Jamestown ► Tickets: $10/general public, free to UJ students and employees. Tickets sold only at the door.
There were no injuries when four Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail cars and two locomotives derailed upright on industry track about 5 miles west of Jamestown Wednesday morning, according to a BNSF official.
School Board is updating the school district’s policy to reflect a different approach to canceling school due to inclement
The Jamestown Police Department school resource officer wants the public to be aware of a possible fundraisi
The Jamestown Police Department school resource officer wants the public to be aware of a possible fundraising scam involving playground equipment for two elementary schools in Jamestown. Officer Andrew Staska said he was contacted Thursday evening by the principal of Washington Elementary School who was told by a Jamestown resident that an adult with children was asking people to donate money for playground equipment for Washington and Gussner elementary schools.
NEW ROCKFORD, N.D. - Joe Steinhagen of Forada, Minn., said his idea of a fun weekend is doing what he was doing at the Eddy County Fairgrounds Friday afternoon, working on old steam-powered tractors.
IF YOU GO What: Aaron Tippin in concert with opening act Tim & Myles Thompson, a benefit for Jamestown Masonic Lod
ASHLEY, N.D. - Only four members of the public spoke at an almost five-hour public hearing Wednesday held by the North Dakota Public Service Commission on the proposed Merricourt Wind Power Project.
A worker with the McGruder Construction Co. uses a pnuematic hammer to break up the concrete ramp Thursday that leads up to the main entrance of the Stutsman County Courthouse. The main entrance will be torn up and new steps and a new access ramp will be poured in its place. The main entrance will be closed for the duration of the project. The public may use the entrance on the north side of the courthouse, off of Fifth Street Southeast. Chris Olson / The Sun