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Miller Dental, a family dentistry practice in Harvey, N.D., is expanding to Jamestown. Clinton Miller, Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry, has purchased the former Anderson Dental practice at 302 2nd Ave. SW, according to Carah Hestdalen, reception and marketing specialist for Miller Dental. The new Miller Dental practice will open on Sept. 1, she said. “I think Dr. Miller saw there was a need in Jamestown for another dentist,” Hestdalen said.
The Jamestown Education Association tentatively accepted a twoyear contract agreement Wednesday with the Jamestown Public School Board. “We are very satisfied and we’re glad to be through it and get moving onto other things,” said Roger Haut, president and lead negotiator for the Jamestown Public School Board.
A lifelong journaler, Heather Earles said writing about her daily experiences, good and bad, throughout her life fed a passion to become a writer. Earles attributes her abilities as a good storyteller to her upbringing on a Glendive, Montana, ranch. She said her passion for her hard work, can-do ethic and faith is what helped her find a calling as a Christian fiction author. This faith also lives in her fictional characters through the choices they make, she said.
Area residents said a candlelight service Wednesday was one way to express support for the murder of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind and show support for her family.
University of Jamestown students Brittany Matejka, left, a junior from Fargo studying exercise science, and Alexis Young, a junior from West Fargo studying communications, go over some course material outside on the UJ campus Wednesday. Tom LaVenture The Sun
Area residents said a candlelight service Wednesday was one way to express support for the murder of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind and show support for her family. Around 70 people took part in the service at Nickeus Park. There were prayers, music and an opportunity to sign a poster board for the family. Many wore red, a symbol to recognize indigenous women who go missing or are murdered.
The Jamestown Education Association tentatively accepted a two-year contract agreement Wednesday with the Jamestown Public School Board. “We are very satisfied and we’re glad to be through it and get moving onto other things,” said Roger Haut, president and lead negotiator for the Jamestown Public School Board.
Ringdahl EMS strike team are in Texas helping with hurricane relief operations, according to PJ Hardy, North Dakota operations director for Ringdahl EMS. “We have some staff and trucks from all of our locations including Jamestown,” Hardy said.
The Jamestown Tourism Board started a dialogue on a future expanded role at its Monday meeting. Searle Swedlund, executive director of Jamestown Tourism, discussed planning now for future options of renovating the 15-year-old Jamestown Tourism office, building new or partnering with another agency with shared space.
ALKALI LAKE, N.D. — A multipurpose barn venue set to open this fall will allow more people to experience the grasslands sanctuary of Edward M. Brigham Alkali Lake Ranch, according to Audubon Dakota, a nonprofit organization that works to conserve and restore the habitats for birds and wildlife in North and South Dakota.