The Jamestown Classic Car Club will meet Tuesday, April 25, at the James Valley Career & Technology Center. Doors will open at 6:15 p.m., and members can begin eating at about 6:30 p.m. The club will provide the main meal, plates and silverware, but members should bring their own drinks. Members should also bring a dessert to share. Club members will start discussing the summer show that will be held July 8 at McElroy Park in Jamestown.
The OK Club met April 18 at the Legacy Center with 11 members present. Vice President, Elaine Heinrich opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Janet Van Bruggen read the story, “What Mom Said,” which many members heard the same things from their mothers. The secretary and treasurer’s reports were approved as read. Sonia Berg was welcomed back after being at her daughter’s home for several months. Berg will send a get-well card from the club to Marlys Boughton.
Greg Ulland, head women’s basketball coach at the University of Jamestown, was the guest speaker at the April 18 Rotary Club meeting. Rotarian Quincy Backen introduced Ulland to the club. Ulland spoke about the motivation of his women’s teams over the years. Each team that he has coached seems to need a different motivational goal depending on the makeup of the team, he said. He explained how he gets the most out of the “team.” Oftentimes it revolves around not letting a teammates down, he said.
President Eunice Sahr called the Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary meeting to order on April 3 with 25 members present. Sandy Hill read the prayer. K.C. DeBoer, JRMC president and CEO, gave the quarterly update. Bids for the new road were opened April 19. Dr. W. Thomas Coombe started last month, and Dr. Bailey Runkles will start this summer. Minutes were read and approved.
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Vikings' Anderson earns NSAA honor Kadie Anderson has been named the North Star Athletic Association softball player of the week. Anderson, a sophomore at VCSU and 2015 Jamestown High School graduate, went 7-for-12 at the plate in helping the Vikings to a 4-0 record. Anderson, an infielder, scored eight runs, doubled twice and had three runs batted in. She also walked twice and stole a base.
One man was killed and two women injured in an Adams County accident Sunday, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The accident occurred at 3:45 p.m. on 18th Avenue Northeast about 6 and a half miles west of the intersection with North Dakota Highway 8. A 32-year-old Bismarck man was killed while a 29-year-old woman from Bismarck and a 30-year-old woman from Mandan were injured. The names of the victims have not been released.
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Two births were reported Sunday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. April 21, daughter, 6 pounds, 8 ounces, to Nicole Kawlewski and Zach Balch, Jamestown. April 22, daughter, 7 pounds, 13 ounces, to Rose and Adam Spitzer, Kensal.
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. CONTEMPT OF COURT Brian Jon Benson, 29, 124 1/2 1st St. E, 10 days. Jennifer Jo Schlosser, 32, 1836 7th Ave. NW, three days, four hours community service.