One person was sentenced on a felony charge recently in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Paul John Cimino, 57, Streeter, N.D., pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, domestic, a Class C felony. Cimino was accused of impeding the air and blood flow to the brain of a family or household member on Dec. 31.
Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office: Taysha Jean Davis and Garrett Lyle Boomgaarden, both Jamestown. Michelle Lucille Vee and Jason John Linz, both Jamestown.
MUNICIPAL COURT The Jamestown Municipal Court judge is Timothy Ottmar. CONTEMPT OF COURT Shelby Lynn Wilson, 25, Fargo, $200 fines/fees, complete 17 hours of community service by March 1. Brian Jon Benson, 30, 124 1st St. E No. 17, two days. DROVE WHILE OPERATOR’S LICENSE WAS SUSPENDED
Two local nonprofits had record-setting donations after taking part in Giving Hearts Day on Thursday. The Anne Carlsen Center unofficially raised $406,000 Thursday, up 44 percent from the $282,000 the nonprofit raised in 2017, according to Felicia Sargeant, associate development director for Anne Carlsen Center-Jamestown. “Last year we were ranked fifth overall, breaking into the top five for the first time,” she said. “This year we are ranked second overall out of all charities.”
The Jamestown Police Department announced a convicted sex offender has moved to Jamestown. Marty Allen Gefroh, 52, lives at 102 4th Ave. SW. He does not drive a vehicle. Gefroh is d e s c r i b e d as a white male, 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighing 220 p o u n d s with blue eyes and gray hair. Gefroh has been assigned a high-risk assessment by the North Dakota Risk Level Committee, Office of the Attorney General.
University of Jamestown accounting students are offering the IRS-sponsored Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program for low-income and elderly taxpayers for free. The volunteers will prepare and electronically file federal and state and tax returns by appointment on Saturdays, Feb. 10, 17, 24 and March 3 in room 136 in the Unruh-Sheldon building on the UJ campus.
Jeanette Bozekwoski, 84, Dickinson, Jan. 15. Twyla Weinschrott, 57, Mott, Jan. 13. Virginia Loffelmacher, 86, Dickinson, Jan. 13. Byron Langley, 91, Warwick, Jan. 13. Micheal Martin, 68, Mandan, Jan. 12. Catherine Meier, 85, Bismarck, Jan. 11. Frances Fuchs, 84, Bismarck, Jan. 12. James Senne, 66, Bismarck, Jan. 15. Arlene Ernst, 79, Bismarck, jan. 14. Rosemary Mueller, 89, Ellendale, Jan. 8. Rodney Offerdahl, 60, Fordville, N.D., Jan. 13. Irene Elshauf, 93, Grand Forks, Jan. 12.
One birth was reported Friday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. Feb. 9, daughter, 6 pounds, 14 ounces, to Rachel and Corey Vanray, Jamestown.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Saturday, Feb. 10 Buffalo City Group Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 a.m., AA Clubhouse, 518 10th Ave. SE.
The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week: ►Bravo to Giving Hearts Day, an annual event to raise funds for nonprofits. The event on Feb. 8 was an online giving event hosted by Dakota Medical Foundation, Impact Foundation and the Alex Stern Family Foundation. Participating organizations identified at least $4,000 in matching funds before the event. ►Bravo to Brian Flyberg, head girls basketball coach of Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock, who got his 500th career win Jan.