Callie Butler has joined the Bank Forward team as a personal banker. Butler, a native of Villard, Minn., has several years of experience in customer service. She started with Bank Forward in March.
KSJB AM 600 recently received Eric Sevareid Awards from the Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association for sports play-by-play and sportscast/program. The Eric Sevareid Awards are named for the North Dakota-born and University of Minnesota-educated journalist who is known for his work as a correspondent for CBS Radio and television.
An employee appreciation lunch celebrating work anniversaries for North Dakota Farmers Union and Farmers Union Insurance was held April 4 at NDFU in Jamestown. Pictured, front, from left, are Bridgette Altringer, 10 years; Jennifer Sundeen, five years; and Steph Wright, five years; and back, from left, Mark Anderson, 10 years; Connie Benke, 40 years; and NDFU President Mark Watne. Submitted
One person was sentenced on felony charges recently in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Daniel Peter Hofmann, 55, Medina, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance, Class C felonies, and possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, Class B misdemeanors.
The Jamestown High School Band will present “Marche Diabolique” at 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 24, at the Jamestown High School Theater. The concert will feature the Stinkin’ Garbage Percussion Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble and Blue Jay Marching Band in a variety of concert music. The “Stinkin’ Garbage” percussion ensemble will perform a selection on trash cans.
The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:
The Jamestown High School softball team snapped out of its current funk in a big way on Friday in Mandan. Jamestown banged out 26 hits and pushed 30 runs across the plate in sweeping the Braves 15-2 and 15-3. The pair of West Region victories broke up an eight-game losing streak by the Jays. Jamestown drew eight walks in the opener, while starter Alex Nihill struck out two and walked two through six innings. Payton Gall earned the win in the circle for Jamestown in the nightcap. She posted three strikeouts and walked four batters.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for April 21: * 7 traffic citations * 6 traffic warnings * 1 accident investigated * 2 warrants served * 36 public assistance calls * 4 animal calls Statistics for the Stutsman County Sheriff's Office for April 21: * 10 civil process services * 3 fingerprintings * 1 information report * 5 security checks * 1 warrant * 2 miscellaneous calls * 22 calls for service
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org — with "Calendar" in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Include the type of event, date, time, location (including address) and any admission fee. Provide a contact name and telephone number for verification/questions. Commercial events (those meant to earn a profit for a business) will not be accepted for this calendar. Saturday, April 22 Buffalo City Group AA, open topic meeting, 9 a.m., 518 10th Ave. NE.
Both Jamestown High School track and field teams placed fourth on Thursday at the TK Relays in Moorhead. The Blue Jay girls had three victories en route to 77.5 points. The boys team netted 83 points. Abby Kallenbach and Meghan Ford collected individual crowns. Kallenbach topped the field in the high jump, clearing 5 feet, 1 inch. Kallenbach, a sophomore, also placed third in the triple jump (34-1). Eighth-grader Meghan Ford added another win in the 3,200-meter run to her ledger. Ford topped the seven-runner field in a time of 11:23.96.