A birth was reported Thursday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. April 27, daughter, 7 pounds, 5 ounces, to Danielle and Kerry Helton, Jamestown.
Great Plains Food Bank will have a food truck available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, April 28, at the Jamestown Civic Center. All in need of food assistance are welcome and no referrals are necessary, according to Abbie Craig of the Jamestown Salvation Army. The truck is expected to distribute produce, meats, shelf and other items as available. Guests are asked to bring a bag or box to carry food.
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James River Senior Center serves a hot meal at Center I, Gardenette and James House and Streeter Senior Center in Streeter.
The Stutsman County Water Resource Board tabled consideration of a feasibility study to repair or remove a dam in Fried Township.
A simulated statewide tornado exercise on Wednesday found problems with sirens in Jamestown and Streeter. The Stutsman County emergency operations plan was tested at 11:18 a.m. and activated siren systems for several communities, said Jerry Bergquist, Stutsman County emergency manager and 911 coordinator. The sirens in Medina, Buchanan and Cleveland were operational. The siren in Streeter failed to activate and officials are arranging for repairs, Bergquist said.
Jamestown 6th grade girls went a combined 8-1 at the Valley City 3 on 3 basketball tournament on April 23rd. The team finished it's season with a record of 37-18. Pictured left to right in back row: Katie Falk, Rylee Joseph, Ella Falk, McKenna Barnick. Middle row from left to right: Peyton Waliser, Karli Remmick, Teagan Bosche, Haylie Hakanson. Front row from left to right: Olivia Hagen, Breanna Oettle, Jada Walter, Lidia Motl. Not pictured: Isabelle Schmidt and Anabelle Cramer. Coaches are Chad Hakanson, Sam Joseph, and Tyler Falk.
A Jamestown woman pleaded guilty to two Class A misdemeanor charges in a plea agreement Wednesday in Southeast District Court in Jamestown.
Two births were reported Wednesday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. April 26, son, 6 pounds, 3 ounces, to Sarah Smith and Steven Shake, Jamestown. April 26, son, 7 pounds, 10 ounces, to Amy and Josh Meidinger, Jamestown.
Road construction season is underway and the North Dakota Department of Transportation said about 200 projects are planned throughout the state in addition to multi-year projects. Motorists should slow down in construction areas and minimize distractions, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said. Obeying the posted speed limit and being patient can help prevent a repeat of the 157 work zone crashes resulting in four fatalities North Dakota in 2016.