Police Chief to Tenants and Landlords: Call
October 31

JAMESTOWN – If you're a landlord or a tenant and you suspect there may be criminal or other suspicious activity in your building, Jamestown Police Chief Scott Edinger has one word of advice, “Cal...(more)

Jamestown Forester says Tree Trimming has Begun
October 31

JAMESTOWN - Jamestown City Crews will be clearing alleyways and overhanging branches, according to an announcement from Doug Wiles, City Forester.

The City Street Department Crews along with t...(more)

Housing Authority Exec says Oil Boom Impacting Stutsman County
October 31

JAMESTOWN – North Dakota lawmakers during their last legislative session maintained as a body that the oil boom was not impacting communities as far east as Stutsman County. But David Klein, execu...(more)

Fargo Man Held after Search in Jamestown
October 31

JAMESTOWN – A 31-year-old Fargo man is awaiting formal charges while being held in the Stutsman County Correctional Center after allegedly breaking into a home in southwest Jamestown and stealing ...(more)

Fargo-to-Jamestown Phone Line Damaged
October 30

JAMESTOWN - Century Link is reporting that a fiber optic cable has been cut 7 miles northwest of Valley City. It's the main transmission line from Fargo to Jamestown. Phone services for Century Link...(more)

UPDATED: Victims in Submerged Car Identified
October 30

DEVILS LAKE, ND - The North Dakota Highway Patrol says the bodies of two men reported missing last week have been recovered from Devils Lake in northeastern North Dakota. And in a corrected release h...(more)

Farm Rescue Marks Milestone
October 30

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The Farm Rescue nonprofit in the Midwest is helping its 300th family this week, just eight years after former North Dakota farm boy and UPS pilot Bill Gross launched the unique o...(more)

Mason Named New President for VCSU
October 30

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - An administrator from a university in Kansas is the new president at Valley City State University. The North Dakota Board of Higher Education on Thursday named Tisa Mason to take o...(more)

Deer Poaching Reported Near Streeter
October 30

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Authorities are investigating another deer poaching case in southeastern North Dakota. KXMB-TV says a dead buck was found southwest of Streeter on Tuesday night. The North Dakot...(more)

Kansas Fugitive Arrested in Barnes County
October 29

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) — Deputies in Barnes County have arrested a man out on parole for murder who's wanted in Kansas on a felony warrant.

Authorities say 56-year-old Robert Synoracki was dr...(more)

Jamestown Seeking Christmas Tree
October 29

JAMESTOWN - The City Forestry Department is searching for this years’ Christmas tree to be placed at the Jamestown Civic Center. The preferred tree should be a ‘Spruce’ tree suitable for remova...(more)

Firehouse Ribs in Consideration for State Funding
October 29

Bismarck, N.D. -- The North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission (APUC) will review funding requests for eleven projects totaling $346,025 at its quarterly meeting November 20th at the ...(more)

State Supreme Court Upholds ND Abortion Med Law
October 28

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – The North Dakota Supreme Court has overturned a lower court judge and upheld a state law limiting the use of drugs to terminate pregnancies.

The Supreme Court, in its r...(more)

Music Boosters Seek Committee Members
October 28

JAMESTOWN - Michelle Weatherly, president of the Jamestown Schools Music Boosters, says the group is seeking people to participate in five committees.

Weatherly says in her email, "As you can s...(more)

Comments Sought on Human Services Waivers
October 28

BISMARCK, N.D. - The North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Developmental Disabilities Division is seeking public comment on a draft amendment to the Traditional Individual with Intellectual Dis...(more)

Couple Sentenced for Valley City Church Arson
October 27

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) — Two people accused of torching a Valley City church to cover up a break-in have been sentenced.

Andrew Miklas has been ordered to spend over 8 years in prison and pay...(more)

ND Highway Patrol Honors Rev. Al Bitz
October 27

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A Bismarck priest has been honored by the North Dakota Highway Patrol for his service as a Highway Patrol chaplain for the past 11 years.

The Rev. Al Bitz has received t...(more)

CWD Surveillance Continues in ND
October 27

BISMARCK - The state Game and Fish Department will continue its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2014 hunting season, by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease and bovine tuberculos...(more)

Photos Sought for Women Behind the Plow Exhibit
October 27

(Napoleon) – German Russian women contributed greatly to work on the farm in North Dakota and still had time to be creative. To honor their contribution to the settling of North Dakota, the Tri-Coun...(more)

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