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This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day in History – June 26, 1924

This Day In History, June 26, 1924 – Dinehart Garage is open for business. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Photo: North Dakota State Archives. Dinehart garage on the corner of Sixth Ave North and Front Street...

 

Door to Door Scam again in Jamestown Sat

Door to Door Scam again in Jamestown Sat

SCAM ALERT – There have been reports of individuals again going door-to-door Saturday JUne 20,  in Jamestown pretending to be a “techs” asking to get into home to update or look at equipment.   Customers of Dakota Central...

 

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This day in History – June 18, 1872

This Day In History, June 18, 1872 – Fort Sykes Becomes Fort Cross. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History & Fortwiki.com. Camp Sykes (Jamestown) officially becomes Fort Cross and is established by Special order...

 

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944

This Day in History – June 17, 1944 – Roller skating to be held tonight at Franklin School Gymnasium. Free for those with skates . . . . From the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History Photo – artist rendering of...

 

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day in History – June 15, 1883

This Day In History, June 15, 1883 – supplies and tobacco at the post office. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History and Images of America: Jamestown. A. W. Kelley, the Postmaster, will sell entire stock of books,...

 

Running of the Pink will now be Virtual!

Running of the Pink will now be Virtual!

From June 9 Facebook post:   Your RM Stoudt / Running of the Pink family has made the decision to forgo the day of/live event scheduled for 7.11.20 and move forward with just the virtual walk/run option. While we’re at the ready to host...

 

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day in History – June 10, 1988

This Day In History, June 10, 1988 – Death of Louie L’Amour  –  from Wikipedia and the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History Louis L’Amour dies in California. Born here in Jamestown in 1908.  Louis L’Amour’s...

 

Traffic Signal “test” on First Avenue – take poll

Traffic Signal “test” on First Avenue – take poll

The city Road Diet Plan Test runs 90 days, June, July, & Aug.  During the test,  5 traffic signals on First Avenue will be disabled, keeping only the one at 3rd St S, at the Alfred Dickey Library intersection.  East-West traffic will...

 

This Day in History – June 2, 1931

This Day in History – June 2, 1931

This Day In History, June 2, 1931 – Air mail comes to Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Jamestown becomes part of air mail system as planes begin to fly Fargo to Bismarck route. Photo from the Smithsonian...

 

This Day in History – May 25, 1882

This Day in History – May 25, 1882

This Day In History, May 25, 1882 – New Brick Making Machine in Jamestown. . . .  from the 125th Anniversary Calendar of Jamestown History. Anton Klaus’s new brick machine arrives in Jamestown  and is taken to the brick yard, a mile...

 
 
 
 

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