Jimmies/Jays adjust schedules University of Jamestown's weekend baseball games against Mayville State University have been moved to Dickinson. Originally scheduled to split a pair of doubleheaders between Jamestown and Mayville this Saturday and Sunday, the Jimmies and Comets will now play one nine-inning game and one seven-inning game both Sunday and Monday in Dickinson. Play begins at 3 p.m. Mountain Time on Sunday and 11 a.m. on Monday.
A 53-year-old Walhalla man was killed in a one-vehicle accident in Pembina County Wednesday, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The name of the victim has not been released. The accident occurred at about 2 p.m. on Pembina County Road 1, about 4 and a quarter miles southeast of Walhalla.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to email@example.com — with "Calendar" in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Thursday, April 19 Buffalo City Group AA, Buffalo City Group AA, 7:30 p.m., open meeting, 302 2nd Ave. SE, alley door of United Presbyterian Church. Jamestown Tourism Grant/Executive Board, 11:30 a.m., CSi Cable conference room, 308 2nd St. SW. James River Alcoholics Anonymous, noon and 8 p.m., 518 10th Ave. SE.
The North Dakota Council on the Arts, along with the offices of State Treasurer Kelly Schmidt, and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, are exhibiting the works of Buchanan artist Brad Bohl at the Capitol Building in Bismarck during April, May and June. Bohl's work are on display in the treasurer's third floor office, and the attorney general's first floor office.
The pear tomatoes have a couple sets of true leaves on them. The nasturtiums are already smelling nippy when the leaves are brushed. The small pots in the south windows are getting their feet warmed at night and their tops encouraged by all-spectrum grow-lights. All that's needed now are a few weeks of sun to melt the snow, to see the geese back on the river, and the world will be about as perfect as any April could ever be: just in time for May.
Jamestown Rural Fire Department responded to a corn fire in Spiritwood on Wednesday afternoon. Stutsman County Communications Center received a call at 3:32 p.m., regarding a corn fire at 9345 30th St. SE. Four units and 10 firefighters responded, according to JFD Chief Ben Maulding.
Travelers in rural Dickey County could encounter water over the roads, according to Charlie Russell, emergency manager and 911 coordinator for the county. Russell said road crews were placing warning flags and closing some roads. He asked people who encounter unmarked road damage to contact the Dickey County Highway Department at 349-3326.
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. Wednesday, April 18 James River AA, 1 and 8 p.m., 518 10th Ave. SE. Necessary Serenity Narcotics Anonymous, 6 p.m., 518 10th Ave. SE.. Salvation Army Gardenette Women's Home League, 1:30 p.m., Gardenette Senior Citizens Center, 1321 Gardenette Drive. Transportation available; call 252-0290.
Plans are underway at the University of Jamestown for the 32nd Annual Dine and Bid "Knight at the Oscars." The benefit auction will take place Saturday, April 21, in the Harold Newman Arena on the University of Jamestown campus. A social will begin at 5:30 p.m., with dinner to follow at 6:30 p.m.
Carrington, N.D., was ranked as the No. 11 safest city in America for 2018, according to a SafeWise review released on Monday. There were no violent crimes reported in the city of approximately 2,065 people in 2017. According to SafeWise, an online home security system comparison engine, provides reviews, safety information and resources. All crimes in Carrington were property crimes.