• Jamestown Public Schools Special Election Sept 25
  • Farmers Union wins lawsuit Re: Corporate Farming
  • Curbside, Alley, garbage Open House Sept 28,29
  • Wayne Byers Show – Evening – Sept 21
  • City to set open houses, garbage collection issues
  • Tourism approves Rural Fire fishing grant
  • Long load snarls traffic at 281, I-94 Overpass

Jamestown Public Schools Special Election Sept 25

Ballot language Shall Jamestown Public School District No. 1, Stutsman County, North Dakota, issue its general obligation school building bonds in the amount not to exceed $34,445,000, maturing within a maximum of 20 years, resulting in an estimated additional millage of 35.71 mills, equal to $35.71 on each $1,000 of […]

Farmers Union wins lawsuit Re: Corporate Farming

Jamestown   (NDFU) – North Dakota Farmers Union has won a lawsuit to uphold the state’s corporate farming law. Judge Daniel L. Hovland of the U.S. District Court for North Dakota handed down a decision Friday to preserve the Depression-era law, saying “the purpose of enacting the family farm exception was […]

Curbside, Alley, garbage Open House Sept 28,29

Jamestown (CSi)  The City of Jamestown invites the public to give their input into alley and curbside garbage collection options with two Open House dates: Fri & Sat Sept 28 & 29,  9am to 2pm, at the Jamestown City Fire Hall, at 209 2nd Ave NW. The news release from […]

Wayne Byers Show – Evening – Sept 21

CSi Weather… .TONIGHT…Partly cloudy. Lows in the lower 40s. South winds 5 to 10 mph. .SATURDAY…Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 60s. South winds 5 to 10 mph shifting to the east in the afternoon. .SATURDAY NIGHT…Mostly cloudy. Lows in the lower 40s. Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph. .SUNDAY…Mostly […]

City to set open houses, garbage collection issues

Jamestown  (CSi)  The Jamestown City Council’s Police & Fire Committee , Public Works Committee met Thursday evening at City Hall. Council Member Phillips was not present. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE: The committee recommends approving the request for a variance to allow a rollover curb at 1100 5th Ave SE. (West Side of […]

Tourism approves Rural Fire fishing grant

Jamestown  (CSi)  The Jamestown Tourism Grant and Executive Board met Thursday morning at The CSi Technology Center at Historic Franklin School. Members present were: President Matt Woods, Mitzi Hager, Frank Balak, and Tena Lawrence. Jamestown Tourism Director Searle Swedlund. No Ex-Officio Members were present. Grant request were made by the […]

Long load snarls traffic at 281, I-94 Overpass

Jamestown  (CSi) Traffic did not take long to back up on Highway 281 South, to 17th street SW   from a long load semi carrying a over size propane tank that could not make the corner coming off the I-94 eastbound exit, attempting to turn south onto Highway 281 at 8:30-a.m., Thursday. The […]

 

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Cramer celebrates, 1st Assembly 75th Anniversary

Cramer celebrates, 1st Assembly 75th Anniversary

Jamestown  (CSi)  First Assembly of God Church in Jamestown Sunday, celebrated its 75th Anniversary in Jamestown. Dignitaries on hand included: < U.S. Representative Kevin Cramer, with Philippus & April Holtzhausen. Jamestown Mayor...

 

Jamestown Public Schools Special Election Sept 25

Jamestown Public Schools Special Election Sept 25

Ballot language Shall Jamestown Public School District No. 1, Stutsman County, North Dakota, issue its general obligation school building bonds in the amount not to exceed $34,445,000, maturing within a maximum of 20 years, resulting in an estimated...

 

UJ Men’s Soccer shut out by Hastings, Saturday

UJ Men’s Soccer  shut out by Hastings, Saturday

Jamestown  (uj.edu)  Jonathan Lopez scored twice and four other Hastings players scored as the No. 7 Broncos defeated the University of Jamestown men’s soccer team 6-0 Saturday at Jimmie Turf Field. Lopez opened the scoring in the 22nd...

 

2 Cancer Center events planned

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Jamestown  (JRMC) — When Jamestown Regional Medical Center built its new location in southwest Jamestown, it dreamed of the day that cancer treatment would be available in Jamestown. To make that dream a reality, the JRMC Foundation is hosting...

 

Viking Football in shutout of Mayville State

Viking Football in shutout of Mayville State

From VCSU Saturday NAIA football played in Valley City. Valley City State University 37, Mayville State 0. Valley City  (VCSUVikings.com)-Valley City State’s defense recorded its second straight shutout Saturday afternoon, leading the Viking...

 

Bellevue nips Vikings, sweep Volleyball, Fri, Sat

Bellevue nips Vikings,  sweep Volleyball, Fri, Sat

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UJ football defeated by Doane, Saturday

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St. Mary’s rolls over Blue Jays, Saturday

St. Mary’s rolls over Blue Jays, Saturday

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Farmers Union wins lawsuit Re: Corporate Farming

Farmers Union wins lawsuit Re: Corporate Farming

Jamestown   (NDFU) – North Dakota Farmers Union has won a lawsuit to uphold the state’s corporate farming law. Judge Daniel L. Hovland of the U.S. District Court for North Dakota handed down a decision Friday to preserve the Depression-era...

 

Viking Women in Volleyball win, Friday

Viking Women in Volleyball win, Friday

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