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The Stutsman County Commission approved Tuesday moving the existing public access for the Klose property, pa
The Smarter Balance assessment results were for English language arts/ literacy and mathematics only in the story, “School District releases draft budget” on Page A1 in Tuesday’s Sun. The science score reported was for math results
A hot meal is being served at three different locations in Jamestown: Center I, Gardenette and James House, and Streeter Senior Center in Streeter. Center I serves meals five days per week at noon Monday through Friday. At all other Jamestown sites, the meals are served Monday through Friday with serving times at Gardenette and James House at 11:30 a.m.
Lawton Allen of Pingree-Buchanan High School and Gackle's Megan Kleingartner have signed with the University of Jamestown. Allen is joining the UJ basketball team. The 6-foot-2, 170-pounder averaged 17 points, seven rebounds, three assists and one steal per game for the Medina-Pingree-Buchanan Thunder last season. Allen earned all-District 6 team honors. He is the son of Marvin and Emily Allen. Kleingartner has signed with the Jimmie women's track and field team.
The Jamestown Civic Center and Promotion Committee tabled without discussion concerns brought before the committee by Nellie Degen, president of the Frontier Village Association. Issues concerning the Frontier Village were not on the agenda for the meeting, but Degen was allowed to present a seven-page document to the committee that included a copy of a letter of appeal concerning a decision by the Jamestown Tourism Board of Directors to not fund some projects at the village.
JMS football camp June 25-28 The 2017 Jamestown Middle School Football Camp is scheduled for June 25-28 at Ernie Gates Field. Camp runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m. and is open to players entering seventh and eighth grade. Registration will be held at 5:30 on June 25. Cost is $60 and includes camp T-shirt. Equipment will be provided at registration. Players need to bring their own mouth guard.
Dakota State Aerie Paul Hagenbuch, Vermillion, S.D., was installed as president of the Dakota State Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles for 2017-18 at the conclusion of the Dakota State Eagles Convention held June 8-10 in Rugby, N.D. Cindy Meyer, Rugby, was installed as president of the Dakota State Auxiliary Fraternal Order of Eagles for 2017-18.
The Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary met June 5 with 22 members present. Vice President Marlene Axtman called the meeting to order, and Gloria Harr read the prayer. Amy Walters, manager of the Two Rivers Activity Center that will open in early September, was the guest speaker. The building is scheduled to be completed in July, and TRAC’s membership goal is 2,800 members, she said. The senior rate starts at 65 and Silver Sneakers or similar programs will be honored. The enrollment fee is the same as a one-month membership.