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The Jamestown City Council and the Stutsman County Commission approved a $75,000 settlement with Christine S
After packaging its one millionth meal in 2016, the Jamestown Kiwanis Club is looking to package $25,000 worth of meals again in 2017.
The obituary for George Barron of Jamestown said he had a “passion for genealogy.” According to Daphne Drewello, former director of Alfred Dickey Library who assisted him on some of his projects, that might be an understatement.
City wants to trim expenses or increase revenue BY KEITH NORMAN THE JAMESTOWN SUN The Jamestown City Council is looking for about $1 million in spending cuts or revenue increases in its general fund to meet its reserve fund goal at the end of 2018.
Right: Belles on Broadway prepares for its performance Saturday at the Hansen Arts Park. The Arts Park was dedicated during activities through the weekend Photos by Keith A. Norman / The Sun
A new program by the Federal Aviation Administration called the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability will make things easier for commercial drone pilots operating near airports, according to Logan Adams, a licensed drone pilot in Jamestown. The LAANC is being implemented in 50 airports around the United States this fall, including airports in Jamestown, Dickinson and Devils Lake in North Dakota and Aberdeen, S.D., in this region, according to a press release from the FAA.
Units of the Jamestown Fire Department and Stutsman County Sheriff's Office responded to a car fire on Interestate 94 this evening. The Stutsman County Communications Center said the fire was reported at 6:13 p.m. on I-94 just east of the interchange with U.S. Highway 281. Fire department units were on the scene for approximately 20 minutes. There were no injuries reported in the fire.
Farmers told Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., that this year’s drought and low commodity prices may reduce the number of young farmers operating in the state. Hoeven and Doug Goehring, North Dakota agriculture commissioner, hosted a roundtable discussion Friday at the North Dakota Farmers Union Headquarters in Jamestown.
Farmers told Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., that this year's drought and low commodity prices may reduce the number of young farmers operating in the state. Hoeven and Doug Goehring, North Dakota agriculture commissioner, hosted a roundtable discussion Friday at the North Dakota Farmers Union Headquarters in Jamestown.
The long-awaited Hansen Arts Park is done and the new asset for Jamestown offers another reason to spend time downtown. It was almost 12 years ago when a fire at King Photography destroyed the historic Orlady building it occupied at the northwest corner of 1st Avenue South and 2nd Street Southwest. After the rubble was removed, a halfdirt, half-grass lot remained. King Photography found another place downtown to call home.