Prairie Rose Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church in Jamestown. The program will be a demonstration on assembling a small succulent planter. Some of the materials and succulents will be available to take home to make your own. Refreshments and a business meeting will follow the program. For more information, call Gloria at 320-9557. Everyone interested is welcome to attend.
First Community Credit Union recently hired Ben Sorenson, Julie Smith and Sam Della Monica as member service representatives, as well as Jessica Manson as a member relations specialist. As a member service representative, Sorenson, Smith and Monica will be responsible for assisting members with FCCU products and services. Sorenson and Monica will be located at FCCU's Jamestown main branch at 111 9th St. SW in Jamestown. Smith will be located at the Buffalo Mall branch office at 606 25th St. SW in Jamestown.
Jamestown Fire Department calls Sept. 24-Oct. 6, 2016 Sept. 24: 5:50 p.m., ready squad responded to 330 16th Ave. NE, single-family dwelling, to check for carbon monoxide. Firefighters analyzed for carbon monoxide, and 0 ppm was detected. Cause: faulty detector. Time out: 1 hour.
One person was recently sentenced on a felony charge in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. John Mathew Morehouse, 57, 112 Sunnyside Trailer Court, pleaded guilty to actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor, a Class C felony.
Elizabeth Marsolek was wearing a seat belt in the A6 story, "Jamestown woman injured in crash," in Tuesday's Sun. Due to incorrect information provided, the story said Marsolek was not wearing a seat belt.
Otto Nathan, 94, Valley City, Oct. 5. Darlene Nelson, 78, Grand Forks, Oct. 3. Betty Neigum, 74, Bismarck, Oct. 4. Donald Kuch, 86, Beulah, Oct. 4. Jack Brewer, 74, Mercer, Oct. 5. James Evenson, 73, Bismarck, Oct. 5. Lillian Sandwick, 82, Strasburg, Oct. 4.
Saturday, Oct. 8 University of Jamestown's Homecoming 5K Run/Walk, 7:30 a.m., Parkhurst cross country course. Fee: $20. Sponsor: Jimmie men's and women's cross country and track and field teams. University of Jamestown Street Fair, 9 a.m. to noon, Allen Field at UJ. Admission: free; costs at booths vary. Surround the State in Song, a fifth and sixth-grade honor choir performs, 4 p.m. Jamestown High School. Admission: $5. Sponsor: North Dakota American Choral Directors Association. Sunday, Oct. 9
Jamestown High School senior Eric DeBoer is still alive at the state singles tennis tournament in Grand Forks. DeBoer, the West Region singles champion, will face West Fargo's Joe Beske this morning at 10 in the state semifinals. DeBoer defeated Fargo South's Max Olson 6-2, 6-1 on Friday, and Jamestown teammate Connor Mullowney in the quarterfinals. Mullowney opened the tournament with a 6-3, 6-4 defeat of Fargo Davies' Zach Diekman. But in his meeting with DeBoer, the junior fell 6-4, 6-3.
Matthew Young and Allison Foster led the University of Jamestown cross country teams on Friday at the Jimmie Invitational. Young, a sophomore from Woodland, Washington, covered the men's 8,000-meter race at Parkhurst in 26 minutes, 6 seconds, which was good for seventh place. Young was the first non-Minnesota State University-Moorhead finisher, running a personal record by 30 seconds. "Matt ran an amazing race," said UJ men's coach Ed Crawford. "It was the best race he's ever ran."
Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter improved to 7-1 on the season Friday night in Steele. Dalten Jangula passed to Jamison Fettig three times for touchdown connections, helping the Imperials get past Kidder County 40-20. Jangula passed for 200 yards in the game, with 175 of those yards going to Fettig. Kidder County's Ethan Hager rushed for 81 yards and a score in the loss. N-G-S's Nathan Weigel scored twice and ran for 120 yards. Kidder County fell to 5-3 overall. Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 40, Kidder County 20 KC: Parker Hager 70 kickoff return (PAT failed)