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As of Thursday, Jamestown no longer has a local Small Business Development Center office. The executive board of the South Central Dakota Regional Council approved 4-0 at a special meeting Thursday a mutual agreement with the North Dakota Small Business Development Center to terminate the arrangement to host the SBDC office in Jamestown.
Eventide Jamestown invited the community to share in its first
To ring the bell for kettle campaign *Fill out information at registertoring.com *Call Jamestown Salvation Army at 252-0290 *Visit the office at 320 1st Ave. N rrr The annual Red Kettle Campaign in Jamestown is starting slow again this year as a lack of volunteer bell ringers has left donation stands unattended for parts of the day, hurting overall donations, according to the Salvation Army.
The annual Holiday Dazzle on Main Parade was held Friday evening in Jamestown with floats that ran from McElroy Park down Main Street. Tom LaVenture / The Sun
The number of influenza cases reported around the state may signal the start of the flu season, according to Jill Baber, the influenza epidemiologist at the Division of Disease Control of the North Dakota Department of Health.
The Frontier Village Association Board approved a $29,713 staffing budget at a special meeting Tuesday. The board will ask Jamestown Tourism for the funds, which include $8,412 for the executive director, $6,394 for maintenance and lawn care and $14,905 for five greeters. Members Jay Diemert and Melody Mittleider were not present for the 6-0 vote.
Jamestown High School Principal Adam Gehlhar received one of education’s highest honors on Tuesday, the Milken Educator Award. The award came as a surprise during a student assembly with Kirsten Baesler, superintendent of the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. She credited Gehlhar’s energy, vision and an innovative approach to reaching students with 21st century learning.
Sharing a passion for essential oils, natural and spiritually uplifting products is the goal of Lacey Kropp, owner of Lacey’s Health and Wellness that opened in September at 208 1st Ave. S. “I feel like everybody could use a little all-natural healing,” Kropp said. “It’s a natural way to heal yourself from the inside and out.”