John M. Steiner. I have been the photographer for The Jamestown Sun since December, 1991.
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A stretch of Fourth Avenue Northwest remains closed Thursday as crews continue roadwork in the area. John M. Steiner / The Sun
Painted lady butterflies appear to be in abundance this summer in the Jamestown area. A dozen or more of the colorful insects have been reported feeding on one plant. John M. Steiner / The Sun
The Jamestown High School Blue Jays hosted Valley City in boys' tennis Tuesday at Bollinger Courts in the Buffalo City.
A group of golfing enthusiasts watches some action Monday during the annual Elks Labor Day Tournament at the Jamestown Country Club. John M. Steiner / The Sun
Large numbers of people visited the new Two Rivers Activity Center to check it out and test the waters Wednesday during an open house tour.John M. Steiner / The Sun
The Jamestown Blue Jays boys' soccer team played host to the Shanley Deacons Friday afternoon, August 18, during the East-West Crossover.
Several stalks of corn appear to be in good shape growing from pots of wave petunias as seen Monday on the front steps of a house in northwest Jamestown. John M. Steiner
Football practice for the Jamestown High School Blue Jays is underway for the 2017 season.
Above, a type of moth, an apparent grapeleaf skeletonizer, feeds Wednesday on a native liatris wildflower south of Jamestown. The Harrisina species is more common in the eastern United States and feeds on grape plants including the Virginia creeper, according to the University of Florida. John M. Steiner / The Sun
Hundreds of new trash receptacles are neatly lined up Tuesday in a parking lot in northeast Jamestown. Crews have been out delivering the new garbage cans. John M. Steiner / The Sun