Aleona Reyes has been named the North Star Athletic Association’s female track athlete of the week, while Garrett Tenney has been named men’s field athlete of the week. Reyes, a senior from Belen, N.M., on the University of Jamestown track team, won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Northern State Open on Friday in a time of 12:10.42. Tenney, a senior from Gardnerville, Nev., on the Jimmie track and field team, improved his own school record in the hammer throw with a mark of 173-feet, 4-inches to place first and qualify for nationals. He was also third in the discus at 148-10.
Cold and windy weather has forced the postponement of the University of Jamestown's home doubleheader against Mayville State for today. The Jimmies and Comets split their two games here on Saturday. Mayville State won the opener 3-1, while the Jimmies took Game 2 8-3 behind a strong start from pitcher Kyle Shaikoski. Mayville State is 8-2 in North Star Athletic Association play, while the Jimmies are 6-2 and 21-6 overall. The Jimmies are scheduled to host the University of Winnipeg on Tuesday at 2 p.m., weather permitting.
Hillcrest Golf Course is now open and all 18 holes are open for play and carts are allowed. Clubhouse hours are 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. For more...
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for April 3: * 2 traffic citations * 12 traffic warnings * 8 accidents investigated * 2 criminal arrests * 1 juvenile referral * 5 crimes investigated * 23 public assistance calls Statistics for the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office for April 3: * 1 warning * 1 transport * 3 civil process services * 1 animal call * 1 theft * 9 calls for service
Interstate 94 and Interstate 29 are now open, though much of the Jamestown and Valley City areas remains under a travel alert. The North Dakota Department of Transportation and North Dakota Highway Patrol still list Jamestown, Valley City, Edgeley, Ashley, Ellendale and surrounding areas under a travel alert due to blowing snow, which has caused areas of reduced visibility and snow-covered roads. A travel alert means conditions are such that motorists can still travel in these areas but should be advised of rapidly-changing conditions.
The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Minnesota Timberwolves 114-104 Monday night in Minneapolis. Darren Collison led the Clippers (53-22) with 28 points and seven assists. Kevin Love paced the Timberwolves (36-37) with 20 points and 13 rebounds. The Timberwolves played the game with starting Nikola Pekovic, who missed the game with ankle soreness. Pekovic missed 17 games with the same injury earlier in the season. The Clippers were without All-Star forward Blake Griffin because of a back injury.
The Jamestown Parks and Recreation is asking everyone to stay off the outdoor fields due to frost and wet conditions until further notice to prevent any damage to the fields.
A man was killed Sunday evening when his minivan collided with a concrete pillar on Interstate 29 near Buxton, N.D., according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Monte Allen Armentrout, 53, of Devils Lake, was driving a 1998 Ford Minivan southbound on I-29 and had just passed another vehicle. After merging into the right lane, Armentrout started to weave back and forth within its lane, and then slowly drifted across the left lane and entered the median still going south.
Hope Lutheran Church, located at 3636 25th St. S. in Fargo, will serve as a host location for a simulcast of Priscilla Shirer on April 5. Shirer, a Bible teacher and author, will be simulcast live by Life Way Christian Resources from New Orleans, La. Shirer has authored a number of published Bible studies, books and devotionals specifically for women including “Gideon: Your Weakness God’s Strength” and “Discerning the Voice of God.” Shirer’s organization is Going Beyond Ministries. Recording artist Anthony Evans, Shirer’s younger brother, will lead worship.
The Jimmie baseball team opened its trip to Arizona on Sunday. The University of Jamestown doubled up Concordia, Neb., 4-2 in the first of two 7-inning games. No additional details were available. Game 2 had not gone final at press time. The Jimmies (2-2) play Dordt, Iowa twice today, beginning at 5 p.m. in Tucson. The Jimmie softball team opened its 13-game trip in Arizona with a pair of losses on Sunday.