Jamestown Regional Medical Center announced Wednesday that the JRMC Cancer Center will open sometime in June. With the help of Davis Group, Hillerud Construction team and BWBR Architects, construction of the 3,200-square-foot space includes two exam rooms and six infusion rooms. Those rooms will serve more than 100 people a month, saving 160,000 miles of travel each year. Patients can expect to schedule appointments this summer, said Mike Delfs, CEO of JRMC.
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to email@example.com — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Thursday, March 21 Buffalo City Group AA, 7:30 p.m., open meeting, 302 2nd Ave. SE, alley door of United Presbyterian Church.
The sentence handed down by Judge Cherie Clark in the Justice Lange case Monday will stand. Lange had 48 hours to reconsider her acceptance of a plea deal after Clark’s sentence was harsher than the plea deal recommendation. Lange was accused of traveling to an isolated part of rural Stutsman County and using methamphetamine in June and July. Her 4-month-old child died during that time.
The Northarvest Bean Growers Association will award two, $1,000 scholarships in 2019 to children or grandchildren of Northarvest members. Northarvest is comprised of dry bean growers from North Dakota and Minnesota. In order to be eligible for the NBGA scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria: • Applicant's parent or grandparent must be a current grower-member of the Northarvest Bean Growers Association • be enrolled or plan to be enrolled in first year of college or technical college in 2019 • have a 3.0 GPA or higher from high school
The North Dakota Water Education Foundation's deadline for applications for the Dushinske & Jamison Water Resources Scholarship is April 1. There will be four $1,500 scholarships awarded to two female and two male applicants.
Registration is now open for the Lignite Energy Council's 34th Annual Lignite Education Seminar: Energy, Economics and Environment. The four-day seminar gives elementary, middle and high school teachers in North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana and Iowa a first-hand look at North Dakota's fifth largest industry — lignite mining and related energy production. The seminar will be June 10—13 at Bismarck State College's National Energy Center of Excellence, Bismarck.
Seth Hazer, Woodworth, was one of five Bismarck State College Engineering Technology students recently chosen to attend the Frontier Precision North Dakota User Group Forum and the North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors annual convention in Grand Forks Feb. 5-8. Two BSC instructors also attended. "The 40th Annual NDSPLS Convention was a great experience. We were able to meet potential future employers and listen to a wide variety of speakers," Hazer said.
JHS Drama is presenting two one-act plays, "Tracks" by Peter Tarsi and a JHS original play, "On the Way," at 7 p.m. Friday, May 29, in the JHS Theater.
Farmers Union Enterprises recently released STEM:IT AG, a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) curriculum focused on agriculture, food and natural resources for kindergarten through 12th grade students.
The Jamestown High School speech team traveled to Carrington the weekend of March 1 to compete against 274 student entries. There were 17 schools competing, and Jamestown won the meet.