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Las Vegas entertainer and magician Lion Fludd returns to Jamestown for a 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, performance at the Arts Center. Fludd's 2016 show was a hit with both kids and adults, said Angela Martini, marketing director of the Arts Center. This performance should be just as good, she said. "He's not just a magician and an entertainer," Martini said. "He does quirky comedy routines and mind-reading tricks that the kids just went wild for."
If you go What: 8th annual Huntington's 5K Walk/Run and Car & Bike Show When: Saturday, Sept. 22 Where: Wilhelm Chevrolet Buick GMC, 305 Business Loop W, Jamestown Details: Walk/run registration, 7 to 8 a.m.; run/walk, 8 to 10 a.m.; car/bike show registration, 7 to 10 a.m.; show, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Walk/run fee: Adults $25, or $20 for under age 12 or over age 60 Contact: 5K, Crystal Woehl, 252-2950, or car show, Steve Jaskoviak, 701-202-7067, firstname.lastname@example.org rrr
The Stutsman County Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved loan criteria from the state of North Dakota regarding a runway and taxiway project at Jamestown Regional Airport.
Two Rivers Community Center has exceeded expectations in its first year since the doors opened Sept. 5, 2017, according to management. "It's nice to have one year under our belt," said Amy Walters, TRAC facilities manager for Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department that operates TRAC. TRAC had 3,815 memberships as of Sept. 14, which is 1,015 more than the 2,800 goal for year one, Walters said. There were 8,000 day passes during that time, showing TRAC is being used by people in the city and surrounding communities, she said.
The North Dakota High School Activities Association has decided to move Jamestown High School football back to the AAA East Division starting with the 2019-20 school year, the Jamestown Public School Board learned Monday. The current NDHSAA plan is to increase the 14-team AAA division to 16 teams by adding JHS and Fargo Shanley, said Robert Lech, superintendent of Jamestown Public School District.
Saturday’s Walk to Silence the Stigma event in Jamestown was about not forgetting people who died by suicide, according to organizers. “This year’s been really hard,” said Cyndy Rodacker, who said this is the 20th anniversary of her son’s suicide.
Kevin Locke, a Lakota and Anishinaabe flute player and storyteller, teaches students of Gussner Elementary School how to perform the Native American hoop dance on Friday. Locke also visited Louis L’Amour Elementary, the middle school and high school over his two-day visit. Tom LaVenture / The Sun
COURTENAY, N.D. -- Official word on whether a rural Courtenay family of seven will be able to remain in their farm house following a fire on Friday is not yet known, according to the Courtenay Rural Fire Protection District. The owner of the home at 8645 16th St. SE reported the fire to Stutsman County Communications Center at 10:20 a.m. Courtenay Rural Fire Protection District responded with approximately 11 firefighters and four trucks, said Steven Somsen, fire chief.
Jamestown Police K-9 Officer Andrew Stoen introduces Odin, the police dog with the department, to first-graders of Melissa Foster’s class on Friday at Roosevelt Elementary School in Jamestown. Tom LaVenture / The Sun
A hawk rests on a tree branch Thursday on the Island at Jamestown Reservoir. Tom LaVenture / The Sun