The first snowfall of the season prompts many drivers to give some thought to their car’s tires. It can lead to a busy time for the tire shops in Jamestown.
Officials broke ground here today for the first grain-based ethanol plant to be built in the U.S. since 2007. Speaking at the event were Gov. Jack Dalrymple and North Dakota’s congressional delegation.RELATED CONTENT
The Jamestown Finance and Legal Committee approved a $100,000 Flex Pace interest buydown for the Buffalo City Rotisserie Grill during its regular meeting Tuesday. The issue passed on a 3-2 vote with members Dan Buchanan and Steve Brubakken dissenting and Charlie Kourajian, Ramone Gumke and Mayor Katie Andersen in favor.RELATED CONTENT
RURAL WIMBLEDON, N.D. - A storage bunker containing the fireworks for the Sanborn Fire Department’s Fourth of July celebration exploded Thursday evening. The explosion destroyed the storage bunker and its contents but caused no other damage or injuries.RELATED CONTENT
VALLEY CITY, N.D. — Residents here are cleaning up basements and yards after storms Thursday night and early Friday dumped nearly 7 inches of rain on the community.RELATED CONTENT
Titan Machinery will proceed with hooking up to Stutsman Rural Water sometime yet this week, according to a consensus reached during a joint meeting between parties involved with the territory dispute.
The Jamestown/ Stutsman Development Corp. Executive Board reviewed an audit draft during its regular meeting Monday.RELATED CONTENT
Planning continues for the CHS nitrogen fertilizer plant the company expects to locate in the Spiritwood Energy Park, according to Brian Schouvieller of CHS.RELATED CONTENT
A bill to fund county roads with a portion of the sales tax proceeds has been withdrawn from consideration by its sponsor.
The North Dakota House of Representatives approved a bill Friday that provides $9.97 million in grants for Stutsman Rural Water District’s expansion project. The vote was 85 in favor with 3 no votes and six absent or not voting.
The people elected to the governing bodies at the city, county and state levels are all part-time officials. They continue their normal, day-to-day lives and jobs while attending meetings and making the decisions that manage the governments of the area. They earn a wide variety of wages for those tasks.RELATED CONTENT