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Recent rain filled a trench Sunday, excavation done for a waterline on Fourth Street Northeast between 13th and 14th avenues northeast.
Cherie Clark enjoys running and is liking what she sees as far as challenging routes to run here in Jamestown. Clark is starting her second week as Southeast District Court judge. Clark was appointed by Gov. Doug Burgum to fill the judgeship in Jamestown formerly held by John Greenwood. Greenwood announced his retirement in February. His last day on the bench was July 28. Clark said she enjoys running and likes that Jamestown has a different terrain than the Fargo-Moorhead area.
A Jamestown woman changed her plea Tuesday to two felony charges related to a November 2016 robbery of M&H gas station. Kayla Kluckman, 24, 623 3rd St. SE pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit theft of property and theft of property, Class C felonies, before Judge Cherie Clark in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Kluckman had pleaded not guilty to the two charges on Feb. 15. A date for sentencing has not been scheduled, and Kluckman is free on bond.
FESSENDEN, N.D. — Rob “Robla” Pope, a long-distance runner from Liverpool, England, is on his third cross-country run through the United States.
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After the North Dakota Legislature defeated a bill in March that would have eliminated the state’s ban on some retail businesses opening before noon on Sundays, a group of state residents decided the matter needs to be put to the voters.
Work on the Two Rivers Activity Center is expected to be completed Tuesday, Aug. 1, according to Amy Walters, TRAC manager. Walters said TRAC should be open for business in early September. She said once the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department takes possession of the TRAC building on Tuesday, Aug. 1, she and her staff will train employees, make sure the facility is ready for members to use, and will be able to take people on tours of the facility. "We'll be able to show people the building without having to wear hard hats and safety vests," she said.
With Stutsman County Commission Chairman Mark Klose signing a drought emergency declaration Tuesday, the county may benefit from assistance from federal government agencies in the future. The Stutsman County Commission will have to adopt the declaration at its regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, Aug. 1, in order for the declaration to remain in effect.
A recall election will not occur for LaMoure County State’s Attorney Tonya Duffy as some of the petitions seeking her recall were rejected due to incomplete addresses on the petitions by the circulators. A group of LaMoure citizens calling themselves the Committee to Recall State’s Attorney Tonya Duffy had collected 613 signatures on 22 petitions seeking Duffy’s recall and turned the petitions in on June 20 to Janice Hamlin, LaMoure County auditor.
The Jamestown Regional Airport Authority approved Wednesday its capital improvement plan for 2018, a plan that includes expanding the airport's parking area by 107 spaces. Steve Aldinger, project engineer with Interstate Engineering for most Jamestown Regional Airport projects, presented the Airport Authority with a draft of the 2018 capital improvement plan. For 2018 the capital improvement plan has the authority spending about $2 million to rehabilitate the crosswind runway and about $1 million to rehabilitate taxiway E.