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New High Risk Registered Sex Offender in Jamestown

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Police Department is warning residents of a new high risk registered sex offender living within the community. 20 year-old Kyle Greenough currently resides at 106 4th Avenue SW. He has been assigned a high risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee. Greenough was convicted of Gross...
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Rules of Order For City Commission Meetings Issued By Valley City Officials

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( Valley City Mayor Dave Carlsrud made a plea to city residents to remain civil and recognize the rules of order during regular city commission meetings. Valley City resident, Lloyd A. Nelson apparently ignored the rules of order by walking up to the podium to speak before the chairman (Mayor Carlsrud)...
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JRMC Introduces New ENT Doctor to Begin March 2017

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Regional Medical Center announced Monday that they will be introducing Dr. W. Thomas Coombe as an ear, nose, and throat doctor. Dr. Coombe will begin seeing patients in March. According to a hospital press release,┬áDr. Coombe has more than 30 years of experience as an ENT. Upon completion...
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“Ole’s Attic” To Open April 1st In Valley City (Audio)

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( A new store called Ole’s Attic will open April 1st inValley City. Ole’s Attic is owned by Dawn Riley is located at 341 Central Avenue in Suite #5. Riley said the gift boutique store sells vintage items, re-purposed furniture, exclusive gourmet chocolate pretzels and candies. The store will also do...
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Tony Hoffman To Speak About Substance Abuse Issues Tonight in V.C. (Audio)

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( Speaker Tony Hoffman is in Valley City addressing the importance of recognizing and recovering from drug addiction. The California native and former Pro BMX racer hopes to help people by sharing his story of addiction and recovery. During an interview with Steve Urness, Hoffman talked about his addiction and recovery...
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Supporters Vow to Keep Seeking Sexual Discrimination Bill

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Supporters of a bill that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation vow to keep fighting for rights, despite the bill’s rejection by North Dakota lawmakers for the fourth time in recent years. About 50 of the bill’s supporters watched Friday as the House bill was defeated 69-22. Kevin Tengesdal,...
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Host of Gun Bills Up for ND Legislators’ Consideration

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – North Dakota legislators will consider more than a dozen bills relating to guns as the first half of the current session winds down. Among them is a proposal to allow carrying a concealed firearm in schools, if education officials allow it. The bill is aimed at rural schools without a...
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Interstate Engineering Seeking Public Input on 5th Street NE Project Tonight

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Interstate Engineering & the City of Jamestown are seeking the public’s input regarding the proposed project on 5th Street Northeast. Engineer Ben Aaseth reports that the proposed project would pave the road leading to TRAC from 12th Avenue NE to 27th Avenue NE. The open meeting is scheduled for Monday,...
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