• Wednesday ND News From Associated Press
  • This Day in History – May 25, 1882
  • Jaeger Denies Measure for Change in ND Constitution
  • Testing of the Electronic Voting System May 26
  • Jamestown Police investigate Home Invasion
  • Message from VC Mayor Dave Carlsrud to Residents
  • Jamestown Resumes Alleyway Collection May 31

Wednesday ND News From Associated Press

Infant Starved Sentence Five-year prison term ordered in child starvation death BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota woman accused of allowing an infant in her care to starve to death two years ago has been sentenced to five years in prison. Twenty-seven-year-old Paige Howling Wolf, of Parshall, pleaded guilty […]

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 and a half east of town.  

Jaeger Denies Measure for Change in ND Constitution

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Secretary of State Al Jaeger has denied a move by group that wants to change the voter threshold for amending the state constitution. Jaeger said in a letter to the sponsoring committee Monday that nearly 6,000 of the signatures were invalid. The sponsoring committee last month […]

Testing of the Electronic Voting System May 26

Pursuant to NDCC 16.1-06-15, the public testing of the electronic voting system will take place on Thursday May 26 11:00 a.m. Election Room of the Stutsman County Courthouse 511 2nd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND 58401. If you wish to attend and assist with testing, please contact the Auditor’s Office at […]

Jamestown Police investigate Home Invasion

(Jamestown, ND) On May 23, 2022, at 0417 hrs., the Jamestown Police Department received a report of a male trying to break into a residence at Northland Estates in northeast Jamestown. The caller described the male as carrying a shovel. Officers responded and attempted to locate the male in the […]

Message from VC Mayor Dave Carlsrud to Residents

Hello Folks, I hope all is well with you and yours this week. Last Wednesday a ribbon cutting ceremony was enjoyed by a nice crowd at the Mel Rieman Visitor Center celebrating the center’s refurbishing. Local USACE staff and USACE staff from St. Paul attended. Stop out and take a little tour. Colonel […]

Jamestown Resumes Alleyway Collection May 31

Beginning Tuesday, May 31, 2022, City Sanitation crews will resume residential alleyway collection. Recycle North Dakota crews will also resume residential recycling collection in the alleyways. Place carts so arrows face the alley for automated collection. All materials must be INSIDE the cart for automated collection. Any materials on top […]

 

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This Day in History – May 25, 1882

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