A Jamestown man was charged with aggravated assault-domestic violence and terrorizing in Southeast District Court in Jamestown Tuesday. Paul John Cimino, 56, 700 5th Ave. SE, had his initial court appearance before Judge John Greenwood on the Class C felony charges. He is free on bond. No preliminary hearing has been scheduled in this case.
Jamestown First Assembly invites all women to attend one of its women's Bible studies held each week. The women's Bible study is held twice a week. Morning Break is held at 9 a.m. Tuesdays in the church fellowship hall, and Evening Break is held at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the church. Child care is provided at each session. Jamestown First Assembly is located at 1720 8th Ave. SW, Jamestown, across from Conlin's Furniture.
Four crashes on the Grant Marsh Bridge between Mandan and Bismarck Thursday morning closed eastbound Interstate 94 for an hour, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The four crashes occurred on I-94 at 7:40 a.m. The patrol said a driver, who was not identified, lost control of his or her vehicle on icy road conditions and crashed into the concrete median barrier blocking the left lane. There were also three rear-end collisions due to traffic slowing and stopping for the first crash. The patrol said eight vehicles were damaged, and there were no injuries.
Snow removal efforts in Jamestown will concentrate 5th Avenue Northeast and school zones tonight, according to the Jamestown Street Department. Areas include 5th Avenue Northeast from 3rd Street Northeast to 13th Street Northeast and from 13th Street to 12th Avenue Northeast also known as N.D. Highway 20. Additional areas targeted for the overnight hours include all Jamestown elementary schools.
A hot, delicious, nutritious meal is being served at three different locations in Jamestown, Center I, Gardenette, James House, and Streeter Senior Center in Streeter. Center I serves meals five days per week with serving time at noon Monday through Friday. At all other Jamestown sites, the meals are served Monday through Friday with serving times at Gardenette and James House at 11:30 a.m.
The North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department is hosting an Outdoor Challenge throughout 2017 that might have participants hiking an interpretive trail, paddling in a canoe or kayak, cross-country skiing, taking a historical tour, geocaching, camping under the stars or making breakfast over a campfire.
“Happening” features information on benefits, fundraisers and cultural events in the area. To list an event, email Kathy Steiner at firstname.lastname@example.org . Any admission charge or fee for events must be included. Provide a contact name and telephone number for Sun questions about the listing. Rummage sales are not published in Happening. Music/ Comedy/Drama
Jimmies ink West Fargo righty Morgan Kapaun of West Fargo has signed with the University of Jamestown baseball team. Kapaun, a right-handed pitcher and outfielder, went 2-2 with one save and an earned run average of 1.72 last spring for the Packers. In American Legion ball, he posted a 5-3 record and a 2.81 ERA in 41 1/3 innings. He also hit .308 in 26 at bats. Kapaun's brother Nathan plays golf at UJ. He also joins West Fargo High School grads Landon Uetz, Kory Wolden and Tyler Fritz in the Jimmie baseball program.
The Buffalo Mall in Jamestown will host the first Dunham’s sporting goods store in North Dakota, according to a press release from the Buffalo Mall. Dunham’s is the Midwest’s largest sporting goods chain with 225 locations nationwide. Its nearest location is in Aberdeen, S.D. and has no operations in North Dakota.
A 21-year-old Jamestown woman pleaded not guilty to charges of gross sexual imposition, a Class A felony, and child neglect or abuse, a Class B felony, in Southeast District Court in Jamestown Tuesday. Hailey Nichole Tardif, 711 10th St. NE, Apt. 305, appeared before Judge John Greenwood at a preliminary hearing on the charges. She waived the hearing, then pleaded not guilty to both charges during the arraignment that followed. She remains in custody in the Stutsman County Correctional Center on a $10,000 cash bond.