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Freezing rain Sunday caused numerous accidents on Interstate 94 from Spiritwood to Medina, according to law enforcement agencies.
Great Lakes Airlines’ passengers will have one less flight option at Jamestown Regional Airport starting Sunday. The 6 a.m. flight from Devils Lake to Jamestown is being eliminated, as has the corresponding 6:10 a.m. flight to Minneapolis, the airport said. Jamestown Regional Airport Manager Matt Leitner said the new schedule means the earliest flights into and out of Jamestown will be at 8 a.m. inbound and 8:10 a.m. outbound Mondays through Saturdays. The earliest flights on Sundays will be 9 a.m. inbound and 9:15 a.m. outbound.
Two Jamestown men are in custody after their involvement in an altercation outside an apartment building Thursday resulted in a third Jamestown man being stabbed, according to the Jamestown Police Department. Detective Sgt. Leroy Gross said Friday the victim, 36, was airlifted to a hospital in Fargo from Jamestown Regional Medical Center for treatment of a stab wound received from the altercation. The police were called to the JRMC at 4:19 p.m. Thursday after the man took himself to the center for treatment of his wound.
Signs along the highways and roads in North Dakota are nothing new, but a digital message sign along Interstate 94 west between Bloom and Jamestown was catching the attention of some motorists. Jamie Olson, North Dakota Department of Transportation communications, said the department has these digital message signs posted at different spots around the state to keep drivers informed of changing traffic conditions. “The signs are primarily used for traffic alerts, like when weather conditions will impact travel,” Olson said. The sign between Bloom and Jamestown has been moved to another locat
The Buffalo City Tourism Foundation Board reviewed the final version of a survey Monday that the board’s marketing committee will be sending to stakeholders in the region’s tourism industry to aid the board in its efforts to update the foundation’s marketing campaigns. BCTF Executive Director Searle Swedlund said in a phone interview Tuesday that the survey will be given to community groups, businesses and local government officials who are involved with local tourism and who work in marketing Jamestown and Stutsman County. Swedlund said the survey will be distributed through Dec.
Carolyn Tomlin-Cichos will be walking, not running, again this year for the second annual Turkey Trot 5K Fun Run/Walk taking place on Thanksgiving Day at Coborn’s grocery store. The run/walk...
The Jamestown City Council tabled a request from Councilman Charlie Kourajian to place a bus shelter on a city-owned parking lot at the corner of Second Avenue and Third Street Southwest at a special meeting Monday. The council held the special meeting to consider requests from its Finance and Legal, Building, Planning and Zoning committee, Police and Public Works committees after an extended Tuesday meeting. Jefferson Lines resumed bus service to Jamestown on its routes that stop in Fargo and Bismarck on Oct. 1.
The Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. executive committee took no action Monday on a proposal to purchase some of the land near the property that could house a big box home improvement retail store. The proposal, brought by Mayor Katie Andersen, would have the JSDC purchase about 43 acres of the 73-acre parcel of the Prairie Haven development for $5.6 million. The development is a project of R.H. Johnson Co.
The U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program in Jamestown is in its sixth year and coordinator Sheila Ova is busy getting ready for toy distribution day, which is Dec.
The South Central Dakota Regional Council Executive Committee met Wednesday with former city of Jamestown building inspector James Weight to better understand the challenge the council will face in hiring a regional building inspector. Weight said he is excited that the SCDRC is looking at providing a service that is needed in the council’s nine-county coverage area.