A new record low temperature was set in Jamestown Thursday morning
David Luessen / The Sun The first few flakes of a 4-inch snow forecast began falling in Jamestown Tuesday afternoon.
The 2014 Holiday Dazzle On Main Parade has 43 registered floats entered as of Tuesday afternoon, and several fire trucks from the Jamestown Fire Department and the Jamestown Rural Fire Departments will be in the parade as well. Event organizer Charlie Kourajian, a member of the Jamestown Downtown Association, said the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office will also have a float in the parade, and “they’re going to have as many of their deputies and office staff present to kind of show the public the fine caliber of people that are protecting them.” The 11th annual event begins at 7 p.m.
Preparations are underway for the 24th annual Free Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner at Concordia Lutheran Church.
Girl Scout leaders concentrate on science, technology, engineering and math with area girls.
St. James Basilica celebrated three anniversaries on Sunday.
The Jamestown Fire Departments warns people of the dangers of carbon monoxide.
Annual Thanksgiving community service planned.
Jamestown Police and Fire Committee approves pay raises for police recruits.
The James River Valley Library System begins to plan for the future after a sales tax to support an expansion and renovation was defeated by the voters.