Carrington's undefeated basketball teams are ranked No. 6 and 4 in the state. The Cardinal boys, with a 10-0 mark, moved up to spots to No. 6 this week in the latest Class B basketball poll. Linton-Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock, which plays Central Cass at the Jamestown Civic Center tonight, is ranked No. 8 in the boys poll. Despite suffering its first loss of the season, Four Winds-Minnewaukan still tops the boys poll. Carrington (11-0) remains No. 4 in the girls top 10. The top four spots are unchanged from last week with North Star still at No. 1.
Daniel Murphy, 95, Fargo, Jan. 12. Michael Olson, 64, Hillsboro, Jan. 12. Mathias Prom, 82, Fargo, Jan. 13. Jacob Clemetson, 24, Grand Forks, Jan. 12. Duaine Kadoun, 88, Lidgerwood, Jan. 8. Martin Mackert, 63, Fargo, Jan. 4. Shirley Peterson, 80, Fargo, Jan. 12. Bernard Luoma, 97, Oakes, Jan. 12.
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Amy Walters, Two Rivers Activity Center facility manager, gave an update on progress being made on the new facility at the recent Jamestown Rotary Club meeting.
The District 29 Democratic-NPL will hold its reorganizational meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8, at the Gladstone Inn & Suites, 111 2nd St. NE, in Jamestown. An election of officers will be held. The 7 p.m. meeting will follow dinner at 6:30 p.m. when attendees order off the menu.
Jamestown Kiwanis member Sandy Franke introduced speaker Lynn Lambrecht at the Jan. 9 Kiwanis meeting at the Quality Inn & Suites.
President Cindy Grimm called the Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary meeting to order on Jan. 9 with 22 members present. Lisa Jackson, JRMC Foundation director, gave members an update. She said Stutsman County has the highest rate of cancer in the state. She also said JRMC is one of the top 100 critical care access hospitals in the nation. Sandy Hill read the prayer.
Paige Peterson of Jamestown has been named to Augustana University's dean's list for the fall semester of the 2016-17 academic year. The dean's list recognizes full-time students who have a minimum of 12 credit hours with at least a 3.5 grade-point average.
The first Northern State University Visit Day in 2017 will be held Friday, Jan. 20, on the NSU campus. NSU Visit Day begins at 12:30 p.m. Activities begin in the Student Center and continue around campus. The schedule is as follows: 12:30 p.m.: Check-in/information fair (Student Center Mezzanine) 1 p.m.: welcome (Centennial Rooms) 1:15 p.m.: NSU Panel (representatives from residence life, financial aid, student activities and also a NSU student) 1:45 p.m.: visits to academic departments (individual schools will host)
GOP District 12 Executive Committee met and set the agenda for 2017. The Lincoln Day Dinner will be held Friday, Feb. 17 , and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem will be the guest speaker. Plans are to have meetings quarterly, and these meetings will be held in April, June and September. The quarterly meetings will be a noon luncheon with a guest speaker, and the meeting will follow. The goal for 2017 is to get more members. For more information, call Delores at 952-7170.