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The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission will have to cut its 2018 general fund spending by more than $68,000 due to a miscalculation in how much the commission could increase the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department’s general fund property tax.
Shane Moran, the Courtenay man who organized a recall effort against Courtney City Council member John Bailey, defeated Bailey in a special election Monday. In unofficial results from Nicole Melland, Stutsman County interim county auditor/chief operating officer, Moran received 17 votes, Bailey 11. She said 28 of Courtenay’s eligible 43 voters cast a ballot Monday.
A moose making its way through northeast Jamestown, near the Jamestown Regional Airport, caught the attention of dozens of motorists along N.D. Higway 20 and 13th Street Northeast just before noon Sunday. Jamestown Police Department Officer Andrew Stoen said the department was on hand to stop traffic in the event the animal wanted to cross 13th Street Northeast. Chris Olson / The Sun
The Two Rivers Activity Center has been open a little more than a month and is well on its way to making its first year goal of 2,700 members.
Lloyds Electronics is back open in the same space it occupied for more than 17 years before damage from a fire closed the store for most of this year. Steve Grenz, owner of Lloyds Electronics, said a fire on Jan. 11 damaged the building at 206 1st Ave. S in which his business is located.
Courtenay City Council member John Bailey, subject of a recall election Monday in Courtenay, said he was targeted because he raised questions about policy and procedures related to the small city’s sewer system. Shane Moran, a Courtenay resident, is chairman of the recall sponsoring committee and circulated petitions in Courtenay seeking to recall Bailey. The reason for the recall as stated on the petitions is “incompetency and conduct unbecoming a council member.”
A Jamestown man is facing seven drug charges in Southeast District Court, after a search warrant was executed at his residence in southeast Jamestown on Oct. 4 Jacob Ray Wangrud-Eberhardt, 18, 1001 10th St. SE, had his initial appearance Oct. 6 in Southeast District Court in Jamestown on three Class B felony charges: delivery of a controlled substance methamphetamine and two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver for methamphetamine and marijuana.
IF YOU GO What: “Richard Martinson: Part of My World” exhibit When: On display to Nov.
Sunday night the Arts Center will host a unique show, a movie a
Kale Redlin was one of seven lucky Medina Elementary School students who got to play a game with Kat Perkins Wednesday morning in Medina. Kale, a sixth-grader, was lucky in that she got to ask Perkins a question about being on the television show “The Voice” in 2014. “Why did you choose Adam Levine?” Kale asked Perkins.