Stutsman County voters re-elected Chad Kaiser as sheriff by a 2-1 margin, according to unofficial results posted Tuesday night. “I’m happy the county residents are behind me and supporting what we’ve worked on for many years,” he said. Kaiser unofficially received 6,395 votes while challenger Liz Kapp received 3,061 votes.
Total ballots cast: 9,793 U.S. Senator, Stutsman County: Kevin Cramer, 5,475; Heidi Heitkamp, 4,015; write-in, 67; over votes (too many votes), 7; under votes (no vote), 229. Representative in Congress, Stutsman County: Mac Schneider, 3,101; Charles Tuttle, 373; Kelly Armstrong, 5,770; write-in, 22; over votes, 5; under votes, 522.
JHS hires new softball coach Marissa Drenth has been hired as the new Jamestown High School softball coach, activities director Jim Roaldson announced on Tuesday. She was formerly assisting coach Mike Soulis for the Blue Jays over the past three seasons. Drenth graduated from Jamestown High in 2015, where she played volleyball, basketball and softball. Drenth's slated to receive her diploma from the University of Jamestown in May of 2019 with a degree in exercise science and business administration.
Region 4 Volleyball 6 Semifinal, Game 9 Langdon-Edmore-Munich 3, Rolla 0 ROL 7 10 6 LEM 25 25 25 ROL—Kills: Maria Brien 3, Kyleigh Willies 1. Digs: Skylar Arnold 26, Emma Mitchell 23, Abby Bertsch 23. Blocks: Abby Berrier 2, Brien 1. Semifinal. Game 10 North Star 3, New Rockford 0 NRS 13 16 11 NS 25 25 25
The Jamestown Police Department is asking travelers to use extreme caution after dealing with six accidents in about 90 minutes starting around 11:30 a.m. today, according to Maj. Justin Blinsky, assistant police chief. Blinsky said city sanding trucks are out but continuing snowfall is covering the sand making travel treacherous.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Nov. 6: * 3 traffic citations * 5 traffic warnings * 4 accidents investigated * 4 criminal arrests * 1 warrant served * 2 crimes investigated
A Jamestown man pleaded guilty Tuesday to shooting his ex-wife as she sat in her car in Jamestown. Kevin Michael Hoff, 27, entered the plea before Judge Troy LeFevre in Southeast District Court. He is charged with Class AA murder in the death of Nicole Gututala, 25, on May 12. A presentence investigation has been ordered in the case.
Voter turnout was heavy Tuesday morning at the Jamestown Civic Center for the 2018 general election. Officials said about 1,300 people had voted by 10:30 a.m. The line was moving steadily. Kathy Steiner / The Sun
Today is Election Day, and it's time to cast your ballot if you haven't already done so. Four state measures will be decided today: whether to legalize recreational marijuana, create an ethics commission, specify that only a U.S. citizen may vote in elections and whether voluntary emergency responders should have free license plates.
University of Jamestown is adding Italian to its foreign language offerings. Students, as well as community members, are welcome to register. Italian 101 will be offered in the 2019 spring semester, followed by Italian 102 in the fall. Italian 201 will also be held in the spring of 2019 and 2020. Anyone in the community is welcome to register for the Italian 101 class; no previous foreign language experience is required. The class will be held on the University of Jamestown campus on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 to 10:50 a.m. and is worth 3 credits.