A high-risk registered sex offender has changed his address in the city, according to the Jamestown Police Department. Taylor Nare Tabcum, 22, lives at 1530 6th Ave. SW No. 17, the Buffalo Motel No. 17. He does not drive a vehicle. Tabcum is on probation with North Dakota Probation and Parole. He is not wanted by law enforcement.
BCN 59, Sargent Central 48 Barnes County North picked up a win over Sargent Central in Class B boys basketball action Friday night. Allen Contreras scored 20 points to lead the Bison, while Tristin Roaldson added 16. SC 6 11 22 48 BCN 17 32 42 59 SC—Dillon Schreiner 12, Tyler Wittich 3, Logan Wyam 13, Jayden Hajek 5, Issaih K. 4, Jacob Mehrer 11. BCN—Tristin Roaldson 16, Tanner Soupir 6, Mason Haugen 6, Allen Contreras 20, Colby Bruner 4, Jacob Harstad 5, Max Fehr 2.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is seeking nominees for the Highway Hall of Honor for 2018. The Hall of Honor recognizes people who had a major role and made a lasting or valuable contribution to the development of the highway system on the state, county or local level, according to information provided by the DOT. Each nominee will be judged according to the following criteria: * Major achievements in transportation in North Dakota; * Significant contributions to the development of others in transportation in North Dakota;
The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Commission approved a contract 3-1 Monday with Pepsi Cola of Jamestown to provide beverages for Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department’s vending machines and concessions. Pepsi Cola of Jamestown will pay $15,000 a year for five years and 20 percent of vending machine sales, minus sales tax. Coca Cola High Country submitted a five-year bid that paid $12,000 a year and 20 percent of vending machine sales, minus sales tax.
The North Dakota Department of Human Services' Behavioral Health Planning Council will meet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday to review behavioral health issues and services in the state. The meeting will take place in the Pioneer Room at the state capitol building in Bismarck. The public should enter the Capitol building through the south public entrance. The Pioneer Room is in the judicial wing on the east side of the building.
Optimist Club's weekly athletes Mikayla Frost, Matt Young, Talor Hueber and Alexis Triebenbach were named Optimist Club athletes of the week. Frost, a sophomore from Melba, Idaho, on the University of Jamestown softball team, averaged .563 at the dish in five games at the Presentation College Dome Tournament. She got nine hits on 16 at bats, while scoring five runs and 3 RBIs.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Feb. 16: * 16 traffic citations * 12 traffic warnings * 6 parking tickets * 28 public assistance calls * 5 animal calls Statistics for the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office for Feb. 16:
The cause of a fire that destroyed a Jamestown mobile home on Monday is not known, according to the Jamestown Fire Department. Lt. Sheldon Mohr of the Fire Department said Thursday that the cause of the afternoon blaze was undetermined. The amount of the loss is also not known without knowing the value of the trailer located at 154 Sunnyside Mobile Manor, he said.
Travel advisories have been issued for the northern part of North Dakota Thursday morning, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation. A travel alert remains in effect for northwestern North Dakota due to blowing snow. Communities in the alert include Williston, Watford City, crosby, Bowbells, Minot, Bottineau, Towner and surrounding areas.
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