The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week: *Bravo to the University of Jamestown adding a SmartLab to its campus for students who plan to become teachers. The lab helps future teachers learn critical thinking, problem solving, communication collaboration and other skills through projects.
First Community Credit Union had several employees who recently celebrated milestone years of service to the company. They were recognized at the annual Christmas party in December. Celebrating her 40-year anniversary with First Community Credit Union was Deb Backer, financial services officer. Mary Radenz, vice president of mortgage lending, celebrated 20 years with FCCU and Carrie Kapp, ag/commercial loan processor, celebrated her 10-year anniversary.
One person was sentenced on felony charges recently in Southeast District Court in Jamestown. Ashley Michelle Frenzel, 34, 1002 9th St. SE, pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of personal identifying information, a Class A felony, theft of property and possession of drug paraphernalia, Class C felonies, possession of a controlled substance, meth, a Class A misdemeanor, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class B misdemeanor.
MUNICIPAL COURT The Jamestown Municipal Court judge is Lawrence Kropp. Note: Individuals with a deferred imposition of sentence will have the charge or charges dismissed at the end of the deferred imposition if they have met the conditions of the sentence. CONTEMPT OF COURT Lilly Ann Lucille Brant, 32, Valley City, N.D., one day, one day credit for time served Kelsie Rae Snyder, 33, Mandan,N.D., five days, four suspended, one day credit for time served. CONTEMPT OF COURT/UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL
The Calendar publishes public events, meetings and fundraisers in The Jamestown Sun free. To submit an activity, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org — with “Calendar” in the subject line or fax to 701-952-8477. Saturday, Jan. 19 Buffalo City Group Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 a.m., AA Clubhouse, 518 10th Ave. SE. Necessary Serenity Narcotics Anonymous, 6 p.m., 518 10th Ave. SE.
Jamestown High School boys wrestling pinned 15 opponents at the 2019 Metro Duals Friday en route to a 57-20 victory over Williston and 57-21 victory over hosting Fargo Davies. The Blue Jays started off the Coyotes' dual with four straight pins from Aden Braun (0:29), Joel Bowman (1:26), Talor Huebner (1:31) and Jackson Walters (1:35), cruising from there for the victory. Jamestown once again won the first four matches against the Eagles, including three consecutive pins, to pull away with the victory.
Second-ranked Kidder County improved to 15-0 Friday night with a 62-54 road victory over 10th-ranked Linton-HMB. The Lions dropped to 14-2 on the season. No stats were available when The Sun went to press. DP 65, MID 50 Dakota Prairie doubled up Midkota in the opening quarter and went on to defeat Midkota by a score of 65-60. Carly Lippert scored a game-high 22 points, teammate Payton Lippert add 18 of her own for the Knights. Hunter Peterson scored 14 to pace Midkota. Dakota Prairie 65, Midkota 50 DP 20 15 14 16 -- 65
H.S Scores 6 CLASS A BOYS BASKETBALL (2) Fargo Davies 98, Fargo South 81. (3) West Fargo Sheyenne 68, Grand Forks Red River 61. (RV) Mandan 72, (5) Minot 70. Moorhead (MN) 84, (RV) West Fargo 63. Devils Lake 52, Grand Forks Central 46. Wahpeton 70, Valley City 58. CLASS A GIRLS BASKETBALL (2) Devils Lake 81, Grand Forks Central 27. Jamestown 54, Minot 51. West Fargo Sheyenne 75, Grand Forks Red River 59. Williston 60, Turtle Mountain 52. CLASS B BOYS BASKETBALL
GPAC Basketball 6 Men Team GPAC Over. (4) Morningside, Iowa 10-1 17-1 (7) Briar Cliff, Iowa 9-3 15-4 (21) Jamestown 8-4 18-4 (15) Dakota Wesleyan, S.D. 8-5 14-6 Northwestern, Iowa 7-5 13-8 (RV) Hastings, Neb. 7-6 14-7 (RV) Dordt, Iowa 7-6 14-8 Concordia, Neb. 4-9 11-10 Midland, Neb. 4-9 9-13 Doane 3-10 6-15 Mount Marty, S.D. 2-11 6-16 Jan. 19 Concordia at (21) Jamestown, 4 p.m. Mount Marty at Midland, 4 p.m.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Jan. 18: * 1 traffic citation * 3 traffic warnings * 2 accidents investigated * 3 criminal arrests * 2 juvenile referrals * 1 warrant served