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Dam releases at a trickle

Releases from the Jamestown and Pipestem dams are a mere trickle this winter, according to Bob Martin, dam manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/29/2012

2012 was a year for the weather record books here

With less than three days left in 2012, the year is shaping up to be one for the record books, according to Patrick Ayd, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Bismarck.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/29/2012

City to add more counsel in water dispute

The city of Jamestown is looking to add additional legal counsel to its dispute with the Stutsman Rural Water District. An authorization for Ken Dalsted, city attorney, to retain additional counsel and consulting services came during a special City Council meeting Thursday.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/28/2012

Jamestown retail managers report strong year in ’12

Retailers in Jamestown report the holiday shopping season capped an excellent year. Most are also anticipating strong retail sales through 2013.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/27/2012

Shopping in the cold: Last minute shoppers brave cold weather to prepare for Christmas

Cold weather was not deterring the last minute shoppers in Jamestown Monday morning. Even with temperatures below the zero mark stores were busy with shoppers picking up Christmas items.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/24/2012

Business loop work dispute may end up in arbitration

A dispute between the city of Jamestown and the contractors responsible for the Business Loop East project may be headed for arbitration. The discussion occurred during the regular meeting of the Jamestown Public Works Committee Thursday.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/21/2012

Lettuce project investment: Endless Harvest asks JSDC Executive Board for $2 million loan

Organizers of Endless Harvest, the controlled-environment agriculture lettuce project planned for Jamestown, are looking for $2 million in loans from local development agencies to get the project off the ground.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/18/2012

Stomach flu makes the rounds

Gastroenteritis, sometimes called the stomach flu, is making the rounds of the nursing homes in the region, according to medical officials. Officials at Ave Maria Village said some residents were ill but the situation was not considered serious.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/13/2012

Right place, right time: Fill-in carrier pulls woman from burning duplex

Filling in on a newspaper delivery route at 3:44 a.m. Wednesday put a Jamestown man in the right place at the right time to pull a woman from a burning building.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/13/2012

Foundation donates to Veterans Home

The quality of life of veterans at the North Dakota Veterans Home in Lisbon improved Monday with a $9,250 donation, according to Chris Wingire, president of the North Dakota Veterans Home Foundation.

The Jamestown Sun, 12/12/2012

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