Several North Dakota national wildlife refuges are open to late-season upland game bird hunting starting Nov. 27, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. Portions of Arrowwood, Audubon, Des Lacs, J. Clark Sayler, Lake Alice, Lake Zahl, Long Lake, Lostwood, Tewaykon (pheasant only) and Upper Souris national wildlife refuges are open to late upland game bird hunting after firearm deer season closes on Nov. 26.
Scholarships were awarded to 17 North Dakota State U n i v e r s i - ty athletes during this year’s Harvest Bowl program on Nov. 10-11. Among the r e c i p i e n t s was Bailey Retzlaff, Carrington, who is in track and field and majoring in agriculture education. She received the LeVon Kirkeide, Patricia Kirkeide–Hagemeister and Friends Harvest Bowl Scholarship.
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The long-awaited new road connecting the Menards area to Jamestown Regional Medical Center opened this week. Kudos to city leaders who worked to develop a plan and arrange financing for the project, which has economic and safety benefits for the city. City leaders’ work solved what was considered the most pressing transportation concern for Jamestown in the Land Use and Transportation Plan developed in 2015. The road provides another route to the hospital that does not involve Interstate 94.
MARRIAGE LICENSES › Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office: Jana Lynn Lynch and Grant Richard Linde, both Jamestown. Alyssa Ann Barnick and Clay Alan Jens, both Tulare, S.D. Chantel Lynn Grosulak and Peter Gregory Harr, both Jamestown. Brittney Lee Schlenker and Tanner Cole Zimmerman, both Mandan.
MUNICIPAL COURT › The Jamestown Municipal Court judge is Timothy Ottmar.
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