The Jamestown Police Department is seeking help in identifying a man who robbed a motel in Jamestown on Feb. 2. J a m e s - t o w n P o l i c e Lt. Leroy Gross said at 1:16 a.m. on Feb. 2 a man wearing a black h o o d i e robbed a motel on the southwest side of the city. He said the name of the motel was being withheld as the motel’s owner invoked his or her rights as victims under the state’s Marsy’s Law.
IN THE RECORD Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Feb. 14: * 5 traffic citations * 4 traffic warnings * 3 criminal arrests
The Jamestown-Valley City Prowl U-14 girls hockey team won the Bismarck Capitals Cup on Feb. 10-12. The Prowl outscored their opponents 24-3, starting with a 3-0 win over the Regina (Sask.) Tigers. Sydney Zalumskis, Kacee Johnson and Lexi Leroux scored. Johnson and Cadee Stockert got assists. On Saturday, the Prowl followed with an 8-0 win over the Regina Panthers. Zalumskis lit the lamp twice. Also scoring were Kendra Paiement, Lexi Kirkeby, Stockert, Emily Fuchs, Bailey Leroux and Johnson. Assists went to Stockert, Zalumskis, Paiement and Fuchs.
Jimmie Baseball Camp set for Saturday The 18th Annual Jimmie Baseball Camp is scheduled for Saturday at the Larson Sports Center. Camp for grades 7-12 will be held from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Camp for grades 1-6 will be held from 1-5 p.m. For more information contact University of Jamestown head baseball coach Tom Hager at 252-3467 ext. 5407 or go to jimmieathletics.com.
Steven Aesoph, a maintenance shop supervisor at UTC Aerospace Systems, spoke about the management process he and his staff have implemented to make their department more efficient at the recent Jamestown Rotary Club meeting.
Officers for the Prairie Rose Garden Club have been busy planning the club’s programs for this year, along with working on details of the Rocky Mountain Region Fall Meeting. The club’s officers this year are Kathy Steiner, president; Judy Nohrenberg, vice president, and Amy Leonard, secretary/ treasurer. The club will hold its first meeting for this year on March 14. Details of the meeting will be announced closer to the event.
The OK Club met at the Legacy Center Feb. 7 with six members present. President Marlys Boughton opened the meeting by leading the Pledge of Allegiance. Janet Van Bruggen read a story on “Life and Health as We Age.” The secretary’s report was approved as read. The treasurer was absent, so there was no report. A sympathy card will be sent to former club member Alma Becker on the death of her son, Dale Becker. Norman Winkelman won the meal ticket door prize drawing.
President Eunice Sahr called the Jamestown Regional Medical Center Auxiliary meeting to order on Feb. 6 with 23 members present. Madelyn Hoffer read the prayer.
Hunger is a reality in North Dakota, said Marcia Paulson, chief development officer at Great Plains Food Bank. Great Plains’ mission is to end hunger through community partners. Nineteen members and seven guests attended the regular Kiwanis meeting on Feb. 6.
Jamestown Board of REALTORS donated $1,815 in funds collected from the JBOR Annual Christmas Party Benefit Auction to the Community Action Region VI Weekend Backpack for Kids Program. Pictured, from left, are JBOR Executive Committee members Kristy Sagaser, Austin Bauer, Faith Kapp (Community Action Weekend Backpack for Kids Program), Crystal Lytle, Geni Holben and Diann Loper.