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Lange missing 9 days during which baby died
Justice Lange, 25, is being held in the Stutsman County Correctional Center on $250,000 cash bond. She is charged with manslaughter, a Class B felony, and child neglect, a Class C felony.The criminal complaint said her child, Tyr Lange, 4 months old, died on or about July 4. The baby’s body was disc
Way up North--to lake trout nirvana
KAMATSI LAKE, Sask.—We'd been exploring a new part of the lake, catching lake trout with just enough regularity to keep things interesting, when Peter Howard suggested we try a nearby shoreline point at the mouth of a narrows we'd been fishing for the past hour.
Sex offender moves to city
Nicholas Wayne Asmann, 25, lives at 1530 6th Ave. SW No. 20, the Buffalo Motel, room 20. He drives a black 2009 Pontiac G-5 with Wisconsin license 788XFJ.
Marsy's Law often invoked to withhold officers' names
Ramsey County State's Attorney Kari Agotness said she doesn't plan to release the name of the officer who fatally shot Daniel A. Fuller on July 5 until the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation completes its probe into the shooting."To tell you the truth, I have no issues with releasing the
Two sentenced on felony charges
Brandon Dupree Smith, 28, Omaha Neb., pleaded guilty to criminal conspiracy and theft of property, Class C felonies.
Bring some of the garden indoors
The flowers in the garden are in full bloom from now until the autumn frost arrives. Let’s just hope that we don’t see that until mid-October this year. We had a late start, so a late end would be so nice. Every day I find myself taking a 15-minute walk around to see what is new in the garden for th
Update: Three displaced in Jamestown house fire
The fire at 1008 7th Ave SE was reported to Stutsman County Communications Center at 9:25 a.m., and the Jamestown Fire Department arrived shortly after, according to JFD Chief Jim Reuther.
North Dakota is jungle for juneberries, but make haste
If you can get your hands on Fred Sharbono’s juneberry cobbler, better snag a piece.“It goes pretty fast at the church potlucks,” the Grahams Island landowner said.He’s picked juneberries for 45 years on the island in Devils Lake, but serious flooding took many of his good trees underwater. Still, h
Is this not treason?
I just have two questions: 1, is this not giving aid and comfort to the enemy which by definition is treason, and 2, how can any patriotic American defend this abominable behavior?
$600,000 deficit: City continues budget work
With two budget meetings already held, the Jamestown City Council still is dealing with about $600,000 in deficit spending.
Boardings at Jamestown airport continue to soar
JAMESTOWN, ND (KFGO NewsDakota) - With competitive fares and free parking, Jamestown Regional Airport continues to hold steady with impressive boarding numbers.
Tools to inspire: JHS to add robotics program
Robots tossing and retrieving balls, moving boxes high and low, and even climbing a rope can generate a lot of excitement for the students who built them and wrote the computer coding that makes it all happen.
$34 million referundum expected: School board to decide issue...
A $34 million school bond referendum will be considered at a special meeting, the Jamestown Public School Board decided at its regular meeting on Monday.In a roll call vote, the school board approved 8-0 to hold a special meeting at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, in the Vondergeest Room of Jamestown Mi
Fishing Hall of Fame inductees worthy of recognition
Ash and Candle, both of Devils Lake and members of the Dakota Anglers Fishing Club of Jamestown, were singled out for induction because of their dedication to the sport. Whether it is teaching a kid how to rig a slip bobber to enhancing fishing opportunities or preserving fisheries, such important w
Busche, Trautman join staff of FCCU
As a member relations specialist, Busche and Trautman are responsible for responding to and resolving member inquiries regarding accounts, service requests, operational-related matters and credit union products and services. Busche is originally from Rugby, N.D., and Trautman is originally from Clev
Historic 1883 wedding takes place next week
Like great artists, each generation seeks to make its mark in style, fashion and trends. Traditions continue, yet how they are interpreted changes. That includes wedding attire, whether in church, or before a judge at a courthouse. The 1883 Stutsman County Courthouse had its last ceremony in 1982.
GARRISON BOUND: Jamestown's Dakota Anglers inducted into Fishing...
After careful consideration, the Board of Directors decided to induct Jamestown's Dakota Anglers club along with Duaine Ash and Johnnie Candle, both out of Devils Lake, for its 2018 Hall of Fame class. The ceremony will be today, July 19, at the Garrison City Auditorium"Everybody was glad to be indu
Kiwanis learns about cluttering business
Upcoming events include the blood drive at Ave Maria July 25-26 and district convention in Willmar, Minn., Aug. 10-12. Volunteers are needed for the Camp Rokiwan Kids camp from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. July 16-19.
Sex offender moves to State Hospital
Eugene Wayne Fluge, 44, lives at 2605 Circle Drive, North Dakota State Hospital Jamestown. He does not drive a vehicle.
Ride to Silence the Stigma
The fifth annual Ride to Silence the Stigma got started at Stutsman Harley Davidson Sunday afternoon. The intent of the ride is to erase the stigma of mental health problems that lead to as many as 22 suicide deaths each day among American veterans. The motorcycle run will cover 144 miles with stops