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A Jamestown Girl Scout will add to the comfort of children at Jamestown Regional Medical Center with the donation of 20 handmade blankets.
Spring runoff and rising streams might be brief this year, according to Allen Schl
North Dakota reported an increase in taxable sales and purchases in 2017 while Jamestown and Stutsman County saw declines, a
A Jamestown native retires Thursday after working for 40 years as an administrator for the city of Jamestown. Jeff Fuchs said his work as city auditor and administrator has been "nothing remarkable." "It is teamwork," he said. "At the end of the day saying 'we accomplished something.' I've never been one to seek attention."
Spring runoff and rising streams might be brief this year, according to Allen Schlag, hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Bismarck. "As the area warms we'll see strong runoff for relatively short amounts of time," he said. "Looking at the updated forecast, it's hard to imagine a strong runoff." While Tuesday had sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s, the rest of the week is forecast to be cloudy, cooler with the occasional snow shower.
Don’t look for sunny skies with warm and dry conditions for at least the next two weeks, according to Tyler Kranz, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Bismarck. “There are no signs of a big warm up in the forecast,” he said, speaking of the forecast through April 7. “And there are frequent chances of small precipitation events.”
The Jamestown City Council prioritized road projects for the ci
The Jamestown Public Works Committee is looking for a solution that allows the Frontier Village gates to be locked overnight but still leaves the road through the village a public right of way. Currently, the Frontier Village Association believes the gates should be closed when there are no businesses open in the village, while the National Buffalo Museum would like to see the gates left open.
U.S. Sen Heidi Heitkamp included a fix in the proposed funding bill for fiscal year 2018 being considered by Congress that will allow Valley City to retain a floodwall that was inadvertently built on Federal Emergency Management Agency property. The bill authorizes funding for the federal government but also includes a number of other provisions. "It strikes a blow for common sense," Heitkamp said. "This is the final solution Valley City needed."