First Run Report For Jamestown Fire Department Released

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Fire Department has released their first run report for 2015. It was a busier year last year, with slightly more call outs for the Department. 2014 saw 268 total calls, which was about 9 more calls than 2013. To kick off 2015, they have already responded to more...
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Darrell Boggs

Hazen Man Sentenced To Nine Years After Robbery Last April

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) — A Hazen man who fled police last April following a strong-armed robbery has been sentenced to nine years in prison for possession of firearms and ammunition by a convicted felon. Authorities say 38-year-old Darrell Boggs led police on high-speed chase on Interstate 94 after the juvenile he was with robbed...
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left to right back row Taylor Johnson, Sean Blaskowski, Darrin Thoreson, Mr. Egan and John Halgrimson and front row left to right are Nathan Johnson, Tyler Clarke and Alex Syverson.

Teacher Frank Egan Receives Teacher of the Year Award

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( The VFW recognizes teachers who care about America and local teacher Frank Egan was the recipient of a prestigious award recently. Sheyenne Valley Area Career Technology Center Director Jeff Bopp nominated Egan through the Schwandt Goodman VFW Post 9050 in Enderlin for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of North...
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Barnes County Woman Attends Right To Life Rally (Audio)

WASHINGTON, D.C. ( A number of people from North Dakota and across the nation marched in the Right To Life rally on January 22 in Washington, D.C. Karla Knutson Emery of rural Valley City rode a bus to Washington. D.C. along with several people from North Dakota. She tells us about the focus behind...
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