Water service to an area in northeast Jamestown has been shut down for a utility repair, according to the Jamestown Engineer’s Office. The shut off is temporary and in the area of 11th Street Northeast through 13th Street Northeast between 4th Avenue Northeast and 5th Avenue Northeast. Water service will be restored as soon as possible. Residents can call the water treatment plant at 252-5131 for more information.
Polly Peterson, executive vice president at the University of Jamestown, was the guest speaker at last week’s Rotary meeting. She was introduced by Rotarian Bob Badal.
UTC Aerospace Systems focuses on aircraft, said Craig Olin, business manager, speaking at the Jamestown Kiwanis meeting. UTC in Jamestown has about 490 employees and helps with complete system management. Cargo is Jamestown UTC’s core competency. UTC, in general, helps with all aspects of an aircraft with the exception of engines, Olin said.
The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, March 28, at the All Vets Club to celebrate the Legion’s birthday with dinner and cake. A meeting will follow the celebration.
The Jamestown Lions Club met March 7 at Sabir’s Buffalo Grill.
The Kiwanis Club of Jamestown inducted two new members at the March 6 meeting. Sara Coleman and Ben Griego are both new to Jamestown from Denver, Colo.
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Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for March 20: * 26 traffic citations * 29 traffic warnings * 3 accidents investigated * 23 criminal arrests * 1 juvenile referral * 2 warrants served * 11 crimes investigated * 4 disturbance calls * 119 public assistance calls * 5 animal calls Statistics for the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office for March 20: * 1 animal call * 5 assist other agencies * 17 civil process services * 4 information reports
The Jamestown High School girls track and field team opened the season with a runner-up finish at the Cobber High School Invite in Moorhead on Friday. Abby Kallenbach led the way as the Blue Jays finished behind only Grand Forks Red River in the 11-team meet. Kallenbach, a sophomore, cleared 5 feet, 3 inches to win the high jump. She also earned runner-up honors in the long jump (15-0.5) and triple jump (32-1). The Blue Jays totaled 82 points—16 more than third-place Fargo Shanley.
NSAA weekly awards go to UJ athletes Kory Wolden, Brad Bennett and Mikayla Frost from the Jimmies have earned weekly honors from the North Star Athletic Association. Wolden, an outfielder from West Fargo on the University of Jamestown baseball team, went 9-for-17 at the plate with eight runs batted in as the Jimmies went 3-1. Bennett, a senior pitcher from Hillsboro, Ore., for the Jimmies, fired a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts against Nebraska Wesleyan.