Descendants of the late Johannes and Elisabetha (Fercehert) Dalke met July 8-9 at the Gladstone Inn & Suites in Jamestown.
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Baumgartner spins gem for Merchants The Jamestown Miller Lite Merchants topped Valley City 4-1 at Jack Brown Stadium on Sunday. Brandon Baumgartner tossed a nine-inning gem as the Merchants improved to 17-4 on the season. Baumgartner allowed just seven hits with nine strikeouts. Andrew Hill went 2-for-4 with two runs and one RBI for the Merchants. Bryan Erstad and Joe Vannett added two hits each. Erstad had an RBI. The Merchants face Mayville tonight in Fargo.
10U Softball Team Takes 3rd
A birth was reported Tuesday by Jamestown Regional Medical Center. July 18, son, 9 pounds, 5 ounces, to Kari and Jamin Johnson, Jamestown.
An 18-month-old Red Angus bull that ran from its pen Monday made it into Jamestown before its owners tranquilized the animal and returned it safely to a pasture. Damaris Lorenz, Jamestown, one of the owners of the bull, said she and a partner were dropping the bull off at a pasture Monday afternoon near the U.S. Highway 52/281 Bypass. Instead of running from the trailer to the field where other cattle were located, the bull turned around and broke through four-strand barbwire to escape from the pen, Lorenz said.
A vehicle crashed into a house Tuesday in northeast Jamestown, according to the Jamestown Police Department. The crash occurred at approximately 12:10 p.m. when a van driven by an older woman left the road and struck a house near 4th Street and 5th Avenue Northeast, said Assistant Chief Maj. John Johnson, the JPD day-shift supervisor.
A teenage boy from Belcourt, N.D., died in a rollover early Tuesday morning about 5 miles east of Jamestown, and the driver of the vehicle was arrested for driving under the influence, according to North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for July 18: * 3 traffic citations * 4 traffic warnings * 1 parking ticket * 3 accidents investigated * 3 criminal arrests * 1 warrant served * 2 crimes investigated
A heaving road surface caused by recent high temperatures resulted in portions of both eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 about 2 miles west of Steele to be closed temporarily on Monday, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation. The lanes near mile marker 198 were closed from approximately 6 to 10 p.m. as workers made repairs in the area, NDDOT said. Traffic was routed along the shoulder of the roadway until repairs were completed.