Blue Jay hockey sweeps Jamestown High School girls hockey earned its first two points of the season in the statewide standings Saturday in Dickinson. Tied at 1-1 after an eight-minute overtime, Blue Jay freshman Ella Roaldson buried a goal during a three-person shootout to send Jamestown home happy. Dickinson earned one point for its effort.
The Jamestown Choralaires will perform a wide variety of music at “The Choralaires Radio Show” concert next week. The Choralaires have 45 members this year, according to Pamela Burkhardt, the Choralaires director. She said the chorus usually has a dinner/concert performance in January, but getting a caterer and a location to host a dinner/concert proved challenging for this show.
The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week: *Bravo to the University of Jamestown for holding the 4th annual Class B basketball University of Jamestown Shootout. Twenty-five girls and boys teams from North Dakota and Minnesota played here Dec. 29-30. The event brings many students and parents to the city, having a direct impact on the local economy.
The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and the Young Professionals of Jamestown recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Lacey’s Health and Wellness, which recently opened at 208 1st Ave. S. Owner Lacey Kropp and her staff, including Karen Entzminger-Rosemore and Annie Jarret-Keffeler, attended along with Luke Michel, Bobbi Hofland, Zoe Trout and daughter Matia Kropp. Submitted
The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee and the Young Professionals of Jamestown presented the Customer Service Award for October to Elayne Patzner, employed by the U.S. Postal Service, at the Jamestown post office, for her outstanding customer service. Patzner received the award for exceeding customers’ requirements or expectations. Customer Service Award nomination forms are available at the Chamber office and on its website at www.jamestownchamber.com or call 252-4830. Submitted
Employees of several local businesses recently attended a half-day training class to better understand Microsoft Excel Pivot Tables, which was provided by TrainND in partnership with the Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce and the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. Participants included John Rawerts, First Community Credit Union; Kathy Clemens and Sarah Huebner, Central Sales; Laurie Kingzett, Dickey Rural Telephone; Roy Kuil, BEK Communications, and Trainer, Ed Cronin, adjunct professor.
Greg Hastings, North Dakota Game and Fish Department district game warden stationed in Jamestown, is the state’s 2017 Wildlife Officer of the Year. Hastings was honored recently by the Shikar-Safari Club International, a private conservation organization that annually recognizes outstanding wildlife officers in each state. In a nomination letter sent to Shikar-Safari, chief warden Robert Timian said Hastings district boasts numerous lakes, rivers, reservoirs, wetlands and public hunting areas.
The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce provided 17 chamber member businesses with promotional materials including shopping bags, magnets, entry rugs, posters and more to help them promote Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25.
R.M. Stoudt recognized Larry Burkle, Master Certified Service Technician, as the December Employee of the Month. Burkle was nominated and chosen for his willingness to come in on his day off to assist a customer in need of getting back on the road. Burkle was recognized for his dedication to assisting R.M. Stoudt clients and his team members.
The Jamestown Sun prints the criminal court proceedings from Jamestown Municipal Court and Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Jamestown Municipal Court The Jamestown Municipal Court judge is Timothy Ottmar. CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL/MINOR Maci Marie Olsen, 18, 1600 11th Ave. NE Apt. 14, $500 fines/fees, five days suspended. CONTEMPT OF COURT