The Stutsman County Commission was informed at its regular February meeting Tuesday the average value of agricultural land will go up about 14 percent for next tax year, according to Noel Johnson, chief operating officer and tax director for the county.
Both the Stutsman County Fair and the Tatanka Festival had great results in Jamestown this past week, event organizers say.
“This year will be a benchmark for us,” said Al Lindberg, Stutsman County Fair Board president.
Beautiful weather and a lack of mosquitoes helped bring in near-record attendance for the four-day event, Lindberg said.
The Stutsman County Commission on Thursday approved a five-year tax exemption for a planned bulk dry fertilizer facility planned by Gavilon Grain. The facility is to be located with Gavilon’s grain elevator commonly known as Peavey West in James-town.
The plant would bring in fertilizer by unit train and then sell the fertilizer wholesale to retailers in a multi-county area.
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