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Sen. John Grabinger, D-Jamestown, has returned for a second term in the North Dakota Senate. Unofficial tallies from the Stutsman County auditor’s office indicate Grabinger gathered 3,664 to 2,555 for...
An ordinance to require developers of large projects to conduct a traffic impact study will get a first reading at the Dec. 5 City Council meeting, after a 3-2 vote Monday with Mayor Katie Andersen and Councilman Steve Brubakken dissenting. The vote allows consideration of the ordinance, which was tabled during a Sept. 20 Finance and Legal Committee meeting. Andersen said she still didn't feel the ordinance was developer friendly and continued her earlier opposition.
Two companies are working together to build a new wind farm in Dickey County, according to information from Xcel Energy. Foxtail Wind, a planned 150-megawatt wind farm, would generate enough electricity for about 45,000 homes and employ between six and 10 people when operational, said Bryan Garner, a spokesperson for NextEra Energy Inc. Garner said NextEra will develop and permit the wind farm, while Xcel Energy builds and operates the facility.
A planned road to connect the Menards area to the Jamestown Regional Medical Center may be headed back to the drawing board, according to Jamestown Mayor Katie Andersen. "The negotiation with one landowner has not succeeded," she said. "We're still hoping but looking at alternative routing." Andersen said there are four landowners along the route of the road. Three of the four have agreed to easements with the city. Liechty Associates owns less than one-third of the distance of the road and has not agreed to an easement.
Four candidates for the two District 12 House of Representative seats all oppose the negativity of the race. "I'm really disappointed in the negativity," said Bernie Satrom, a Republican candidate. "It's on both sides, attacks on Jessica (Haak) but Katie (Andersen) as well. What's disturbing is the personal nature of the attacks." A campaign postcard sent out by Andersen, a Republican candidate for the District 12 Senate seat and current Jamestown mayor, had a target drawn on it and holes punched in it before it was placed at Andersen's business last week.
The two candidates for the District 12 Senate seat have different views on their vision for the future of North Dakota. Sen. John Grabinger, D-Jamestown, sees a state that needs...
The incumbent holds the advantage in fundraising in the District 12 House of Representatives race, according to reports filed with the North Dakota Office of the Secretary of State. Candidates were required to file reports listing all contributions of more than $200 by Oct. 7. Any contribution they receive of more than $500 must be reported to the Office of the Secretary of State within 48 hours, and an annual report of campaign contributions is due in January, according to Al Jaeger, secretary of state for North Dakota.
The Jamestown Public Works Committee denied a request Thursday to make improvements to 2nd Avenue Southeast near Frontier Village. The avenue appears on plat maps as a street but has...
Jamestown Mayor Katie Andersen said a defaced postcard bearing her picture left at her business was "hateful and threatening." Andersen is the Republican candidate for the Senate in District 12 challenging Sen. John Grabinger, D-Jamestown. Andersen said the postcard was left at Blue Star Dry Cleaning and Beyond Saturday morning. It had a target drawn on her face and had holes that made it look as if the postcard had been shot.
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.