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A Jamestown man who called police after someone allegedly broke into his house and stole drugs and cash was sentenced on a felony drug charge Tuesday in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Tyler Dallmann, 31, 809 6th Ave. SE, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class B felony, as part of a plea deal.
A proposed ordinance requiring traffic impact studies for some development projects was moved to the City Council meeting without recommendation on a 3-1 vote Tuesday during the Jamestown Finance & Legal Committee meeting. Mayor Katie Andersen cast the dissenting vote and Councilman Ramone Gumke was absent. Andersen said the ordinance included a list of circumstances when a traffic study could be required, but didn't define what would justify requiring a traffic study. She also expressed concerns about the cost.
The District 12 Senate candidates have raised a similar amount of money through reportable contributions although the sources differ, according to a campaign finance report filed with the North Dakota secretary of state. Sen. John Grabinger, D-Jamestown, reported $9,700 in donations on Oct. 6. Republican challenger Katie Andersen filed an amended report on Oct. 10 listing $9,306 in donations.
Stutsman County Commission candidates presented different priorities during a candidate forum hosted by the Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday at the University of Jamestown campus. Incumbent Mark Klose and...
A question during the Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum challenged the ethics and appropriateness of an elected city official seeking election to the North Dakota Legislature. Jamestown Mayor...
A helicopter has been flying low over rural Stutsman County this month as part of an effort to map and identify water resources of the Spiritwood Aquifer, according to John Patch, director of water appropriations for the Office of the State Engineer. Patch said the helicopter, owned and operated by Geotech Aviation, flies about 100 feet above the ground with a set of antenna hanging below it. The antenna sends and receives electromagnetic signals that are then analyzed to produce a high resolution map of a portion of the Spiritwood Aquifer.
MEDINA, N.D.—A Sunday night fire caused more than $1 million in damage and destroyed a grain elevator used by a feed processing company, according to Terry Wanzek, a member of the family corporation that owns the feed company. Diamond W Feed, a regional bulk livestock feed supplier headquartered in Medina, will continue to operate and rebuild, Wanzek said.
Two people were sentenced on felonies recently in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Kyle James Presser, 31, 1214 6th Ave. NE No. 104, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, Class C felonies. Presser was accused of possessing items used with controlled substances other than marijuana on Oct. 22 and possessing items used with controlled substances other than marijuana and possessing methamphetamine on Dec. 6.
Community leaders are challenging a forecast of declining population and income for the region. The South Central Dakota Region VI 2016 North Dakota Statewide Housing Needs Assessment projects a 4 percent population decline for the nine-county area by 2029. The housing needs assessment was issued by the North Dakota Housing Finance Agency in September.
A state senator wants to see references to the North Dakota State Hospital and its location removed from the North Dakota Constitution. Sen. Tim Mathern, D-Fargo, introduced a resolution to strike the reference during a meeting of the Interim Human Services Committee in July. The committee approved it on Sept. 20. It now goes to the Legislature's regular session in January. If approved there, it would be put to a vote of the people at the next statewide election.