The University of Jamestown annually awards competitive academic scholarships to incoming freshmen. Candidates for the competition are selected based on academic achievements. The competition takes place on campus where candidates are interviewed and take part in an essay-writing competition. Two separate competitions take place in November and February using the same judging criteria. Three candidates were awarded a four-year full-tuition scholarship.
Two births were reported Tuesday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. March 30, son, 6 pounds, 9 ounces, to LaRae and Trevor Williamson, Cleveland. March 31, daughter, 7 pounds, 3 ounces, to Kelly Toth, Wimbledon.
Two convicted high-risk sex offenders have changed their addresses in Jamestown, according to the Jamestown Police Department. Matthew Jacob Lee Graham, 26, now lives at 517 4th St. NW. He does not drive a vehicle. He was convicted of indecent exposure in 2004. Larry Gant, 37, now lives at 1018 4th Ave. SW No. 32. He does not drive a vehicle. Gant was convicted of aggravated rape in 2003 in Shelby County District Court in Tennessee. Gant is currently on probation with North Dakota Parole and Probation. Printed handouts of Graham and Gant are available at the Jamestown Police Department.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for March 31 are as follows: * 13 traffic citations * 7 traffic warnings * 9 parking tickets * 2 accidents investigated * 9 criminal arrests * 1 juvenile referral * 1 warrant served * 6 crimes investigated * 1 disturbance call * 35 public assistance call * 2 animal calls Statistics for the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office for March 31 are as follows: * 1 controlled burn * 12 civil process service * 4 security checks * 3 transports * 1 warrant * 8 miscellaneous calls * 29 calls for service
Tygh Yatskis’ name was incorrect in a story about Total Clean Inc. on page E11 of the Progress Edition in Tuesday’s Sun. He is general manager of the business.
The Jamestown Fire Department responded to a fire call at Aggregate Industries on the southeast edge of Jamestown Tuesday evening. Fire Chief James Reuther said the fire department was paged out at 5:52 p.m. by Stutsman County Communications to a report of flames coming from a building at Aggregate Industries, 2515 17th St. SE. Reuther said a 2-inch propane hose attached to a piece of equipment was leaking and fueling the fire that damaged part of the building where wwmachinery was located.
Class B baseball roundup for the region.
Jays track squad finishes third in Bismarck.
Jimmies pick up two volleyball recruits.
MINOT -- Minot police have received reports of a moose on the loose in the city limits. If a moose feels threatened, it may become aggressive, according to a news release from the police. Therefore, people are advised to stay away when they see them. Unless the moose is threatening a residence or causing a traffic problem, the police said they should simply allow the moose to roam free.