The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:
Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office: Kay Braaten and Brian Braaten, both Aberdeen, S.D. Hannah Ellingson and Grant Christensen, both Courtenay. Amy Shadinger and James Klemann, both Jamestown. Kelly Bergh and Calvin Buechler, both Jamestown.
The Jamestown Sun prints the criminal court proceedings from Jamestown Municipal Court and Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Jamestown Municipal Court The presiding judge in Jamestown Municipal Court is Timothy Ottmar. Note: Individuals with a deferred imposition of sentence will have the charge or charges dismissed at the end of the deferred imposition if they have met the conditions of the sentence. CONTEMPT OF COURT
Scott Lynch has recently been hired as a field agent for Knights of Columbus Insurance with the Dolan Agency in North Dakota. Lynch serves the K of C members and their families in Jamestown, Edgeley, Napoleon, Courtenay, Tappen and Wishek. Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic Fraternal service organization.
Rebecca Kuss, N.P., has joined the Sanford Health Jamestown team. Her addition will further improve access to care. Kuss received her graduate degree from University of South Alabama in Mobile. She is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She specializes in psychiatry. She practices at Sanford Health Jamestown 2nd Ave Clinic, 300 2nd Ave. NE. To contact the clinic, call 251-6000.
Dina Laskowski, associate professor of teacher education at the University of Jamestown, was awarded the North Dakota State Literacy Award for 2018 at the North Dakota Reading Association Spring Conference on April 27 in Bismarck. In addition to her award, Laskowski also received recognition for being past president of the association for two terms.
Business After Hours is scheduled from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, at Rough Rider Industries, 2521 Circle Drive. The event for Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce members includes networking and learning more about Rough Rider Industries’ rehabilitative mission.
North Dakota Farmers Union and Farmers Union Insurance held an employee luncheon honoring those with work anniversaries April 10 at the NDFU Conference Center. Pictured, front, from left, are Brenda Thoms, Amanda Martin, Chelsey Jacobson, Mary Mertens and Tad Nelmark; and back, from left, are Richard Marquart, Kristi Carlson, Tyrel Schlecht, Jeff Willer, Amy Lachenmeier, Kylee Siegle and Tania Falk. Not pictured are Lance Boyer and Lisa Severson. Submitted photo
Employees of several local businesses recently attended a daylong business training class in Microsoft Excel 1, which was provided by TrainND in partnership with the chamber and the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. The participants included: front, from left, Tracy Ruggles, Cargill Malt; Brenda Moritz, South Central Dakota Regional Council; and Bethany Gurrieri, Agri-Cover; and back, from left, Kristin Larson, Foster County Public Health; Barb Johnson and Janet Steinberger, Cargill Malt; Tim Eggers and Marty Bauer, Dakota Central, and trainer Ed Cronin.
The City Board of Adjustment meeting is 8 a.m. Thursday, May 24, at City Hall. The meeting is regarding a building code variance, 2601 4th St. NE.