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Health efficiency goals are about improving quality of care, according to Thomas Eide, director of field services for the North Dakota Department of Human Services, who attended Friday’s North Dakota State Hospital Governing Body meeting.
If you go What: 23rd annual Report to the People banquet When: 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 23 Where: Jamestown Civic Center Admission: Sponsored tables Contact: Troy Gunderson, James Valley Youth For Christ, 252-5501, jamesvalley.yfc.net
The line for lunch stretched around Wishek Civic Center Wednesday for a free m
Travis Wenzel, left, a 14-year-old member of First Church of the Nazarene in Jamestown, cuts out patterns for one of 55 fleece tie blankets for Project Night gift packages to homeless children on Sept. 27, along with, from left, Andrea Hager, Valley City, Kristina Sortland, project coordinator, and Natalie Sortland, 14. Tom LaVenture / The Sun
Two recent grants will help Kulm Public School add features that were not affordable when the district’s new school building opened in 2016, said Sarah Gackle, director of the Kulm School Foundation.
Members of the University of Jamestown women’s wrestling team show their spirit during the homecoming parade on campus Saturday as part of the annual street fair prior to the Jimmies’ football match against Dakota State. Tom LaVenture / The Sun
Faculty of the Transition House of Jamestown High School say the 16-yearold program fills a gap for special needs students who complete high school and need assistance with life skills and job training. “Our son enjoys the program,” said Bruce Shockman, a parent of a second-year student of the Transition Program. “He has made some great friends and is learning many day-to-day living skills.”
A Sunday afternoon fire behind a Jamestown greenhouse turned out to be a burning pile of garbage, according to Lt. Sheldon Mohr of the Jamestown Fire Department. There were multiple reports of smoke and flames behind the greenhouse building belonging to The Garden District, Inc., at 1602 Business Loop E., according to an operator dispatcher at Stutsman County Communications Center. The first call came in at 4:55 p.m., the dispatcher said.