Jamestown, ND

Central Valley Health District Hosting Flu Shot Clinic

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The flu shot continues to be the most effect way to combat contracting the flu during the fall and winter. Central Valley Health Unit Administrator Robin Iszler says flu season typically ranges from November through April of the following year. She added getting the flu vaccine remains the best way to limit the spread and stay safe.
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Jamestown Sun

Blue Jays Roundup: Soccer defeats Dickinson at home

Brandi Harty got a full 80 minutes out of her guys Tuesday night at Jamestown's Rotary Field. "I am so proud of how our entire team played the full 80 minutes," Harty, the Jamestown High School head soccer coach said. "It was a physical game and the team stepped up their play to maintain possession."
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City, County Approve JSDC Request for Various Projects

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Both the Jamestown Finance & Legal Committee and Stutsman County Commission heard from the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corporation (JSDC) regarding various projects that needed funding. The first of these requests was for expansion of the James Valley Career and Tech Center (JVCTC). JSDC Business Development Manager Corry...
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Jamestown Awarded Loan for Water Distribution Project

BISMARCK, N.D. (NDDEQ) – The North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality (NDDEQ) awarded loans for water and sanitary sewer projects to two communities through the State Revolving Fund Programs in August. Jamestown received a $1,991,000 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) loan to replace portions of the existing water distribution...

Audio/Video Project Proposed for Stutsman County Commission

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The COVID-19 Pandemic has shown a need for improved audio and video of County Commission and Park Board meetings. That’s according to Director of IT Josh Smaage. Smaage informed the Stutsman County Commission that he has collected quotes on different equipment and features that range between...
Jamestown Sun

More activities added to A-MAZE-‘N Clown Pumpkin Patch

The A-MAZE-‘N Clown Pumpkin Patch corn maze in Jamestown is twice the size than it was in the past, according to Steve Looysen, a member of the El Zagal Jamestown Shrine Clowns. Pumpkin Patch organizers hired someone from Idaho this year to design the maze and used a GPS planter...

Jamestown calendar: What's coming up

1. Dakota Motocross Double Header | Dash for Cash; 2. Virtual Speed Dating for Professional Singles!; 3. "WOW" — First United Methodist Church; 4. 10th Annual Don Wilhelm 5K Run/Walk & Car Show for Huntingtons; 5. CRAFT TIME;
Jamestown Sun

Sports Shorts: Bismarck man shoots hole-in-one at Hillcrest

Fans encouraged to attend last-ever game at Gates Field. The Jamestown High School 2021 homecoming game will be held on Oct. 1 at Ernie Gates Field. The tilt between the Blue Jays and Valley City will be the last game ever played at Ernie Gates Field. JHS would like to welcome back all former Blue Jay players, coaches, cheerleaders and support staff to attend and be recognized at halftime. The game is slated to begin at 7 p.m. and a social will follow at the local Elks Club.

Blue Jays Shutout Dickinson in Final Regular Season Home Match

JAMESTOWN, ND. ( – A pair of first half goals from junior Jack Paulson was the difference on Tuesday evening as the Blue Jays kept Dickinson off the scoreboard in a 2-0 win. Jamestown led from the start against the Midgets with Paulson scoring just three minutes into the match....
Bismarck Tribune

Nailbiter goes to the Demons in 3-1 victory over Jamestown

Volleyballs had a tough time finding the floor on Tuesday when the Bismarck Demons took on the Jamestown Blue Jays. What else can you expect when two teams ranked in the top-five of Class A volleyball meet up?. A big first-set victory was the tone-setter as the Demons pulled out...

Class 11AA & 11A football polls after week four

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Century won its football game in Dickinson last week, but it was 15-12, which was close enough to convince some of the voter to go with West Fargo Sheyenne are their top team. The Patriots received 13 first-place votes. The Mustangs got three. Jamestown is the...
Jamestown Sun

Plan now for next year's garden

One of the most positive outcomes from the 2020 pandemic has been an uptake in gardening. It’s inspiring to read about 20-somethings wanting to put in a vegetable plot. Most have friends who already tried a hand at the seed-in-the-ground thing, that under proper care, produces tomatoes, cucumbers or peppers. Getting started is not always taught from home, however.
Jamestown Sun

Hot Stops: Jimmies sweep Northwestern Tuesday

If there would have been a sign welcoming the Northwestern College volleyball team to Harold Newman Arena, it probably would have read something like:. "Hello, welcome to the block party." It was like a party down on the Newman floor as the University of Jamestown women's volleyball team took care...
Capital Journal

Vote authorizes update to Fort Pierre water study only

The Fort Pierre City Council authorized an update to the city's 2018 water study by Interstate Engineering of Jamestown, North Dakota, after contentious discussion and a near-split 4-2 vote during its Monday meeting. Greg Kenzy and Larry Cronin of Fort Pierre's Ward I voted against the $7,500 update. The overall...

Stuckle is top five producer

North Dakota Farmers Union Insurance based in Jamestown, recently announced that Aaron Stuckle of Linton, was a top five producer of New Annuity Sales for the company for the month of July. Top five consists of approximately 135 agents in the state of North Dakota for Farmers Union Insurance.
Jamestown Sun

Committee recommends approving funds for James Valley Career and Technology Center

The Jamestown Finance and Legal Committee unanimously recommended approval Tuesday, Sept. 21, of a request from Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. to deobligate $100,000 approved for the Career Builders Program and approve $105,200 from economic development funds for the James Valley Career and Technology Center. Jamestown City Councilman Dan Buchanan was absent.