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Jamestown Sophistikix perform twice last weekend
The Jamestown Sophistikix performed last weekend during the Blue Jay basketball games on Friday, Jan. 11, at Jerry Meyer Arena and Saturday, Jan. 12, at Bismarck St. Mary's High School. Pictured is the pom routine at the Saints' gym. Next up is an invite this Saturday at Bismarck Legacy. Submitted p
Resolution would eliminate names, locations of North Dakota universities, colleges from state Constitution
BISMARCK—Voters in 2020 could eliminate language about higher education institutions from the North Dakota Constitution should House Concurrent Resolution 3016 pass this session.
How they voted: North Dakota House passes repeal of Sunday morning shopping ban
BISMARCK — A renewed effort to repeal North Dakota's ban on Sunday morning shopping cleared its first major hurdle Thursday, Jan. 17, as House lawmakers agreed to ditch what some called an outdated and unfair law.
Cabin Fever Days relieve winter doldrums
We’re into the throes of winter and the whole family itches to get outside to do something. Oh wait … there’s “nothing to do” you say? Ah yes, there are things to do and many give the options of warm places and lots of laughter.
Officials investigating death in Valley City
VALLEY CITY, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Valley City Police and Barnes County Sheriff's are conducting a death investigation after responding to a medical issue call in Valley City.
BUNDLE UP: Hockey Day N.D. calls for freezing temps
Pure Hockey Skills President Jeff Romsdal isn't worried about the impending cold weather at Hockey Day North Dakota. "My kids will go out on our pond hockey rink and skate for an hour when it's 30 below and the winds blowing," Romsdal said. "I would have to tell them to come in to warm up, so their
Bills to seal first-time DUI offenses, other crimes introduced in ND
Drunken driving offenders with a single offense may have their records sealed if they don’t have any convictions for criminal offenses in seven years under a bill introduced in the North Dakota Legislature.
Openings available on city boards
The city of Jamestown is currently accepting applications for the following:. one open position on the Board of Adjustment – three-year term to January 2022. one open position on the James River Valley Library System Board – three-year term to March 2022.
Neighbors: North Dakota's smallest town had a population of 4 — until the mayor died
A mayor’s death is a loss to any town, but it was especially so for Ruso, as it was the smallest incorporated town in North Dakota, with (before Bruce’s death) a population of four in the summer and two in the winter.
Airport to allow option of employee bonuses
The Jamestown Regional Airport Authority at its meeting Wednesday took steps to allow employee bonuses. The airport authority approved 6-0 the drafting of an local ordinance that would allow the Jamestown Airport Authority Board to award bonuses to Jamestown Regional Airport employees with the major
McHenry woman claims North Dakota's first online Powerball million-dollar ticket
BISMARCK — A northeast North Dakota woman has claimed a $1 million lottery prize she won Saturday, Jan. 12, through Powerball's online lottery service. Tammy Edland of McHenry, a town about 50 miles north of Jamestown, claimed the prize in Bismarck on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 15, the North Dakota Lot
NYNY Week 1 is Over: 1st HBO in North Dakota
JAMESTOWN, N.D. (JRMC) – Congratulations to The Slimsons, the top point earner for New Year, New You challenge week one. The Slimsons includes two participants in the Friends & Family category.
'It was crazy': Farming titan among the survivors of ‘80s crisis
PINGREE, N.D. — David Glinz worries that farmers are coming dangerously close to reliving the 1980s farm credit crisis. Glinz, 73, farms as Glinz Farms LLC, near Pingree, and is the only farming survivor in an epic farming meltdown. He, his audacious father and his younger brother together controlle
Shopko Stores closing stores in North Dakota, Minnesota
MINOT, N.D. (AP/KFGO) - Wisconsin-based retail chain Shopko Stores is closing stores in five North Dakota communities along with five stores in Minnesota. The company has filed for bankruptcy protection, citing excessive debt and ongoing competitive pressure. It says it will close 38 more stores nat
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NUMBER ONE: Blue Jay boys ranked first in Class A poll
Jamestown High School is on top of the Class A boys basketball poll for the first time in nearly 25 years. The Blue Jays (12-0) received all 19 first-place votes in the seventh Class A statewide media rankings released on Wednesday, Jan. 16. The polls are voted on by members of the North Dakota Asso
North Dakota Class A Basketball Polls
(KFGO/KNFL) – Jamestown and Bismarck Century are the number one teams in the latest North Dakota Class A boys and girls basketball polls. Jamestown jumped to first in the boys’ poll, after Fargo Davies lost 78-72 against West Fargo last Thursday.
North Dakota attempting to regulate 'lab-grown' beef labeling
North Dakota joins the ranks of several states aiming to regulate labeling of lab grown meat substitutes. If passed by state lawmakers, House Bill 1400, would define meat as “flesh of an animal born, nurtured and processed for the purpose of human consumption” and ban advertising non-meat as a meat
OVERTIME HEROICS: Jays' Thompson scores game-winner
Jamestown High School boys hockey has lately taken advantage of plenty of free hockey. The Blue Jays played their fourth straight overtime game Tuesday evening at John L. Wilson Arena, receiving a game-winning tally by sophomore forward Jace Thompson with 16 seconds remaining in the 8-minute extra f
Lions learn about Dollars for Scholars
At the Jan. 8 meeting, Randy Lebahn introduced Bob Toso, member of Jamestown Dollars for Scholars committee, as guest speaker. Jamestown Dollars for Scholars is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to making post-secondary education more affordable by increasing scholarship opportunities.