The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:
Jamestown Fire Department calls July 6-20: July 7: 2:46 p.m., ready squad responded to 2619 8th Ave. SW, Cricket Wireless, to investigate smoke smell. Firefighters checked for smoke/fire, and smoke was detected. Cause: smoking materials between outside wall and inside wall. Time out: 20 minutes.
Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office: Rachel Toren and Gregory Hastings, both Jamestown. Codi Bodine-Youngren and Shane Clay, both Jamestown. Megan Braun and Cole Tucker, both Jamestown. Trisha Johnson and Cameron Schulz, both Woodworth. Alexis Kleven, Jamestown, and Lucas Madcke, Edgeley.
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. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/MINOR Tristan Michael Gilbertson, 19, Bismarck, $300 fines/fees, $25 victim-witness fee, five days suspended. CONTEMPT OF COURT
Shareholders elected the 2017-2018 board of governors at Midwest AgEnergy Group’s annual board meeting in May. Two new members, John Bauer and Mike Clemens, were elected. Clemens and his wife, Pam, operate their family farm in Wimbledon with their daughter, son-in-law and son. Clemens is also a founding partner of Skytrain Fund Management and Leading Edge Angel Fund, which manage and invest in North Dakota agricultural processing projects.
Members of the Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and the Young Professionals of Jamestown held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Keller Williams Inspire Realty, which was formerly known as Reuben Liechty Realtors. This business is located at 1209 5th Ave. SE in Jamestown. Owner Jeff Shipley and the agents joined the Chamber committee members in the ribbon-cutting celebration. For more information about Keller Williams Inspire Realty, call 252-8808 or stop by its office.
More than 50 airmen and soldiers took aim downrange at Camp Grafton's firing complex to pick apart targets and amass winning shooting scores during the 2017 Adjutant General's Combat Marksmanship Match July 8-9. Using pistols, rifles and shotguns, the North Dakota National Guard shooters took part in a number of individual and team contests, testing their marksmanship skills and learning new techniques to further develop their competitiveness.
The North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission will review funding requests for thirteen projects totaling more than $1 million at its quarterly meeting July 25-26 in Medora. APUC is a program of the North Dakota Department of Commerce that administers grant programs for research and development of new and expanded uses for North Dakota agricultural products. The grants can be used for basic and applied research, marketing and utilization, farm diversification, nature-based agritourism, prototype and technology and technical assistance.
On Wednesday, July 26, the DeMasi Bros. will perform for Music at the Park on Central Avenue in conjunction with Crazy Days in Valley City starting at 7:15 p.m. A freewill offering will be taken at Music at the City Park Bandshell to assist in work on the bandshell. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. In case of inclement weather, the program will be at the Vault on Central Avenue. Joseph and John, the DeMasi Bros., began their folk music career in the folk clubs and coffeehouses in and around New York City.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to email@example.com — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Commercial events (those meant to earn a profit for a business) will not be accepted for this calendar. Saturday, July 22 Buffalo City Group AA, open topic meeting, 9 a.m., 518 10th Ave. NE.