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A 37-year-old Jamestown man was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly stabbing a woman at a residence in the 500 block of 1st Avenue South, according to the Jamestown Police Department. Jamestown Police Lt. Nick Hardy said the Stutsman County Communications Center received a call around 7:45 p.m. from a 58-year-old woman who said she had been stabbed in the head and foot. Hardy said after police officers arrived on scene it was determined she was stabbed in the hand and foot.
Kevin Hoff made his initial appearance in Southeast District Court in Jamestown Tuesday morning after being charged with murder. Hoff, 27, is accused of shooting and killing his ex-wife Nicole Gututala, 25, Jamestown, on Saturday afternoon in the parking lot of the apartment building in which she lived with their two children.
A Montpelier, N.D., man allegedly shot and killed his ex-wife Saturday afternoon in southeast Jamestown, according to the Jamestown Police Department.
The sister of a woman who was allegedly shot and killed by her ex-husband in Jamestown Saturday described her as a loving mother and someone who cared for others. Shayna Mano of Aiea, Hawaii, sent an email to The Sun Sunday morning and wrote that the person killed was Nicole Haliaaloha Gututala, 25, from Nanakuli, Hawaii. Gututala was currently living in Jamestown.
If you go What: Trail ride fundraiser for A Moment of Freedom When: May 19; 11 a.m., same-day registration, 1 p.m., trail ride; 4 p.m., barbecue dinner Where: Parkhurst Campground, trailhead is at Parkhurst, and the barbecue dinner will be served at Parkhurst.
If you go What: Trail ride fundraiser for A Moment of Freedom When: May 19; 11 a.m., same-day registration, 1 p.m., trail ride; 4 p.m., barbecue dinner Where: Parkhurst Campground, trailhead is at Parkhurst, and the barbecue dinner will be served at Parkhurst. Cost: $25 for trail ride, $10 per person for barbecue dinner or $35 for family (two adults, two children), children 3 years and younger eat free An idea that started with a conversation among friends five years ago is becoming a reality.
Laura Ruprecht spent the last six years as the studio and exhibitions manager for the Paramount Center for the Arts in St. Cloud, Minn. Her job kept her busy as did being a teaching artist to people of all ages and abilities. It took coming to Jamestown as the Arts Center's artist-in-residence to give her some time to work on her own art. "I do a lot of art teaching in St. Cloud," she said. "I needed an escape to do my artwork."
Randy Brahmer, right, dries off his motorcycle Friday afternoon with help from his grandson Grayson Gullickson, 3, in southwest Jamestown. Chris Olson / The Sun
The Jamestown Police Department has seen some changes in personnel with the retirement of Assistant Chief Maj. John Johnson. Johnson retired on March 9 after working for the police department for 37 years.
Jamestown High School students participate Thursday in the Teen Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) disaster drill in Jerry Meyer Arena. More than 100 freshmen students took part in the exercise. John M. Steiner / The Sun