Changes In Jamestown Law Enforcement Center Operations

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Law Enforcment Center in Jamestown is informing the public on changes being made within the center.

According to Stutsman County Emergency Manager Jerry Bergquist, The Jamestown Police Department has moved its downstairs Shift Commanders office upstairs. This will help to improve internal work efficiency by being closer to its overall police operation. Individuals with law enforcement business can now go to the main floor lobby to speak to a representative.

Because of no law enforcement presence downstairs, beginning February 2nd, the lower level will be locked after regular business hours, weekends and holidays. During off hours, individuals can contact the Stutsman County Communications Center at 701-252-1000 and as always, in emergencies, call 9-1-1.

Jail operations will remain the same.

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Barnes County Warrant Wednesday

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( – The Barnes County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance to locate individuals with outstanding warrants for their arrest.

This week, they’re searching for Joseph Allen Uffelman. He’s a 28 year-old male, 6’00″ and 165 pounds with red hair and blue eyes. He is wanted for failure of North Dakota’s 24/7 program. His original charges include possession of a firearm, drug paraphernalia and simple assault.

If you have any information, contact the Barnes County Sheriff’s Office at 701-845-8530. You may also remain anonymous if you wish. You can also e-mail

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Eagles Soar Past Hi-Liners

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( For the second time this season, the Valley City Hi-Liners were swept in a basketball double header by fourth ranked Fargo Davies. The Eagles girls team dominated the post against Valley for a 77-36 win. The Davies boys used defense and team work to derail the Hi-Liners with a 82-58 win. 

Girls: Valley City 36 Fargo Davies 77

The fourth ranked Eagles gave the ball to Alexis Klabo, who did what she does best, score. The Eastern Dakota Conference’s leading scorer posted a game high 34 points on the Hi-Liners. 

Hi-Liners were led by Sadie Klingenberg and Rebekah Peters who each tallied 8 points in the loss. Valley City falls to 6-7 on the year with a 5-7 record in the EDC. 

Boys: Valley City 58 Fargo Davies 82

The Hi-Liners hung with the fourth ranked Eagles at the start of the game trailing by just nine points at the half. In the second period of play, Davies’ Austin Schults took over the show posting a team high 18 points and forcing the Hi-Liners into a 24 point hole. 

Valley’s Jared Lents led all players in the game with 24 points, while Dalton Ondracek posted a season high 16 points in the loss. 

The Hi-Liners are now 2-10 overall and 1-10 in the EDC. Both the Hi-Liners boys and girls team’s are on the road at Grand Forks Central on Friday evening. The boys will open up play at 5;45pm with the girls to follow at the conclusion of that game. You can hear both games on 1490 KOVC. 


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Bulldogs Strong Second Half Surges Over Tornado Girls Hoops

OAKES ( The Milnor-North Sargent girls basketball team used a strong second half; in particular a well executed third quarter to take down Oakes 54-33 on the road Tuesday night.

The hometown Tornadoes (3-12 2-3 Class B District 5) were tied with the visiting Bulldogs (6-9 2-2 Class B District 1) at the end of the first quarter, and were only trailing by a modest five at intermission. However, the Bulldogs found another gear that the Tornadoes simply couldn’t control; as they outscored Oakes 18-6 in the third quarter to pull away for good.

Minor-North Sargent had a team high 16 points from Brooke Tayer, while Karah Sandness and Lindsy Hansana each contributed an addition 10 points. Oakes was lead in scoring by Lydia Hansen, who had 10 points at half, but only managed two the rest of the game.

Oakes returns to Class B District 5 play on Thursday when they welcome LaMoure-Litchville/Marion. Coverage on KDDR-AM 1220/95.9 FM and starts at 7:15, with tip set for 7:30 p.m.

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