A New Salem, N.D., man was arrested after a vehicle pursuit Saturday in western North Dakota, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Dante Schwarting, no age provided, faces charges from previous warrants as well as charges related to the chase, the patrol said. The pursuit started at about 5 p.m. Saturday when Stark County Sheriff’s Department deputies located a stolen vehicle near Richardton.
The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department has announced that outdoor skating rinks and warming houses will be closed until further notice due to warmer weather.
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 Kelsie Lynn Klipfel, 28, 733 11th St. NE No. 8, 10 days. Lee Bravebull Bredeson, 25, Valley City, five days.
Members of the Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee and the Young Professionals of Jamestown presented a Customer Service Award to Karen Lawler, center, holding plaque, of Hugo’s Family Marketplace. The Chamber honors individuals who satisfy customers by exceeding their requirements or expectations. Lawler, along with all the other monthly winners, will be recognized at the Chamber’s annual banquet in January. Customer Service Award nomination forms are available at the Chamber office, on its website at www.jamestownchamber.com , or by calling 252-4830.
About 50 bright and shiny cars were on display at the Winter Wheels Car Show at the Jamestown Civic Center. The event drew car enthusiasts from around the area who enjoyed an opportunity to step out of the fog and mist of Saturday's weather to enjoy viewing classic automobiles in the comfort of the Civic Center. The one-day event was sponsored by the Jamestown Classic Car Club and is held annually at the Civic Center.
Jamestown Fire Department calls Jan. 9-18: Jan. 9: 1:09 p.m., fire department responded to 2016 1st Ave. S, Lloyd’s Electronics, to a report of a fire. Firefighters extinguished the fire and investigated. Cause: under investigation. No injuries were reported. Time out: two hours and 10 minutes.
Marriage licenses issued at the Stutsman County Recorder’s Office for Jan. 20, 2017: Shannon Ford and Jeremy Ford, both Medina.
Joel Herman, field agent with the Knights of Columbus Insurance and a former Jamestown resident, has achieved membership in the Million Dollar Round Table, the Premier Association of Financial Professionals. Herman is a first-year member of MDRT. Attaining membership in MDRT requires Herman to adhere to a strict code of ethics, focus on providing top-notch client service, and continue to grow professionally through involvement in at least one other industry association.
The U.S. Army now administers a new Occupational Physical Assessment Test to all new recruits before they ship to basic training. The OPAT, combined with the current requirements for enlistment, will help the Army assess the whole person to determine which occupations are best suited, both physically and mentally, for each individual. The new test is expected to reduce injuries during training, which often leads to attrition in the force.
R.M. Stoudt recognized Melissa Guthmiller, Shelley Nannenga and Mike Perleberg as the January Employees of the Month. R.M. Stoudt said the employees went above and beyond their expected roles. Guthmiller assisted an individual who needed a vehicle due to difficulties with her own car after hours.