Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for March 26: * 11 traffic citations * 5 traffic warnings * 4 accidents investigated * 14 criminal arrests * 1 juvenile referral * 7 warrants served * 10 crimes investigated
Kathryn Helgaas Burgum, the first lady of North Dakota, will talk about addiction recovery at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in DeNault Auditorium at the Reiland Fine Arts Center on the campus of the University of Jamestown. Helgaas Burgum has made supporting and developing initiatives for fighting addiction a priority as first lady. She has been in recovery from addiction for 15 years and is using her personal experience to help others in recovery.
There were no traffic crashes in Jamestown Friday night into Saturday morning, despite freezing rain making roads and sidewalks slick, according to the Jamestown Police Department. Jamestown Police Sgt. Ryan Goff said roads in the city were slick Friday night into Saturday morning as a freezing rain fell most of the night. He said there was a slight reduction in the amount of traffic on city streets for a Friday night.
A no travel advisory has been lifted for northern portions of North Dakota by the North Dakota Department of Transportation and North Dakota Highway Patrol. A travel alert remains in effect for Jamestown, Valley City, Edgeley, Williston, Devils Lake, Minot and surrounding areas. For the latest road conditions call 511 or go to http://bit.ly/2rWyF7p .
Kathy Evenson and Pauline Roeske have joined Dacotah Bank in Jamestown as customer service representatives. They will assist the staff in providing outstanding customer service, assist customers with financial transa c t i o n s and market bank products and brings 22 years of banking experience to Dacotah Bank. She is from Wimbledon and is a Wimbledon High School graduate. She received her Associate of Science degree in business management from North Dakota State College of Science.
A discussion on social media marketing is from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 12, at the Valley City Library and at the same time on Monday, April 16, in room 132 at the Unruh-Sheldon Building on the University of Jamestown campus. Katianne Brockpahler, former marketing intern and student turned consultant, will share an introduction to social media marketing for businesses. Participants will learn about finding a brand voice, choosing the right platforms, creating and curating content and developing a strategy. This is a free event.
Dr. Marissa M. Leese, audiologist, has joined the staff of Jamestown Regional Medical Center. Leese specializes in comprehensive audiological testing, well as hearing aid fittings and service for patients of all ages.
With March being National Nutrition Month, Coborn’s Inc. has announced the rollout of a new program in its grocery stores to further drive the company’s vision of “inspiring healthy living.” “Food Facts” will be in Coborn’s, Cash Wise and Marketplace Foods stores. Food Facts will provide nutrition information in attributes for a variety of items located in the center store grocery aisles. Each location will have 3,500 to 4,500 items with Food Facts listed on price tags. Three attributes can be displayed on the price tag at any given time.
Vikings’ OL Berger retires EAGAN, Minn. -- Joe Berger had been leaning toward retirement for a while. On Friday, he made it official. The offensive lineman announced he is stepping away after 13 NFL seasons, the past seven with the Vikings. Berger started all 16 games last year, he got offers to return to Minnesota and to sign with Detroit, but a source close to Berger said Friday that retirement had always been the most likely outcome for him.
Marilyn Mounger, 94, Rogers, Minn., March 2. Dorothy Jordet, 91, Enderlin, Feb. 25. Lorraine Krogness, 98, Weatherford, Texas, Feb. 28. Kenneth Redka, 93, Hazen, Feb. 25. Shirley Nagel, 69, Garrison, March 1. Don Peckett, 89, Turtle Lake, March 2. James Barth, 74, Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. 8. Todd Haggerty, 40, Bismarck, Feb. 26.