Feasibility Study Proposed To Find Jamestown’s Ability to Recover Methane Gas for Revenue

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The city of Jamestown will be deciding whether or not to participate in a feasibility study to see if it’s worth recovering methane gas from wastewater treatment plants as an energy revenue source. Joe Regnery with New Phase Energy came before the Jamestown Public Works Committee with the request to...
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City of Jamestown Tasked with Listing & Identifying STIP Priorities for Future Improvements

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The City of Jamestown has been tasked with discussing and thinking about future improvements through the State Transportation Improvement Plan and NDDOT. City Engineer Travis Dillman says every year, the city needs to come up with a list of priorities they would like to see accomplished. This list is then...
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Carrington Fire Department Receives Grant from Otto Bremer Trust

CARRINGTON, N.D. ( РThe Carrington Fire Department will be the recipient of a $90,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Trust to support their Fire Safety Project. Fire Chief Ken Wangen says the grant requested funds are to replace the Fire Departments aging Self Contained Breathing Apparatus. “This Project has been a 3 year...
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Jamestown Couple Receives 2018 Leopold Conservation Award

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – A Jamestown couple has received the 2018 Leopold Conservation Award for their continued efforts in agricultural conservation. Jeremy and Sarah Wilson of Jamestown were announced as one of three finalists earlier this year by the Sand County Foundation. In North Dakota, a $10,000 award is presented to the recipient who...
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Victims of Air Ambulance Crash Sunday Identified

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Authorities have identified the three people who died when an air ambulance plane crashed in western North Dakota. Morton County identified the victims as 48-year-old pilot Todd Lasky and 63-year-old nurse Bonnie Cook, both of Bismarck, and 47-year-old paramedic Chris Iverson, of Mandan. Lasky and Iverson worked for Bismarck Air...
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Jamestown & Carrington School Districts Team Up for NDSU Program

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Carrington School District and Jamestown School District have partnered for a program through the North Dakota State University called the Teacher Leadership Academy. According to NDSU, the Educational Leadership Program is “committed to transforming students’ passion for education with the professional and organizational skills necessary to be leaders in...
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Salvation Army Lacking Volunteers, $5,500 Matching Funds This Weekend

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – It’s been almost a week since the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign began and currently, there’s a desperate need for more volunteers to man the kettles. The Jamestown Salvation Army has increased their fundraising goal to $168,000 after having achieved their goal in 2017. Major Tim Nauta says they have...
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Jamestown Arts Center Hosts New Exhibit “Figments”

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – North Dakota based artist Bob Matz considers himself to be a prairie realist painter. His artwork makes it from the prairie to the Jamestown Arts Center through December 11th. The gallery is called Figments which the Arts Center says “reflects feelings about culture, humor and history of the prairie.” Education...
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