Tom LaVenture, Forum News Service
Olaf Anderson Construction employees work Thursday on building a $2.5 million fly ash storage facility east of Cavendish Farms. Owned by Kost Materials LLC of Fargo, the facility will be leased to Headwaters Corporation, to store excess fly ash from the Coal Creek Station power plant in Underwood, N.D. John M.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The effort to preserve and display a rare albino bison at the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown got a boost from a sizeable donation in November.
The Jamestown Tourism Board on Monday unanimously approved funds for the National Buffalo Museum to be applied to the White Cloud preservation project.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - The first winter storm watch of the season for the Jamestown area is in effect through Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Foster, Kidder, LaMoure, Logan,...
MEDINA, N.D. -- Several area fire departments responded to a fire at Diamond W Feeds Sunday night. The former Medina elevator smoldered for hours before a fire emerged and burned the structure to the ground. “They just got everybody out in time,” said Phil Hofmann, the bookkeeper for Diamond W. Feeds for the past three years.
A North Dakota heat wave forecast for Tuesday to Thursday has health officials concerned for people who suffer from a combination of high heat and humidity. The weather today (Tuesday)...
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - Coinciding with the Stutsman County State Fair this weekend is North Dakota's largest annual full-performance rodeo. Marlin Bertsch, president of Roughrider Rodeo Association, said moderate temperatures should bode well for the riders and livestock at the 15th annual James River Rodeo. Performances will start at 7 p.m. Friday and again at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the rodeo arena north of the Stutsman County Fairgrounds in Jamestown.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - Microbreweries are popping up across North Dakota - in Fargo and the Bismarck-Mandan area, along with Minot, Williston, Grand Forks and Watford City -- but no brewer has stepped up yet to open in Jamestown.
Easter Sunday brush fire about 12 miles northwest of Jamestown was the result of extremely dry vegetation, according to firefighters.