Some Residents Opposed To Silver Creek Drain Project (Audio)

VALLEY CITY, ND – ( Griggs and Barnes County landowners in a newly formed assessment district want to drain a portion of Rose Slough. In January, eligible landowner’s voted in favor of building the Silver Creek Drain to lower a portion of Rose Slough into the Sheyenne River using ditches and culverts along a...
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University of Jamestown Announces 2015 Fall Dean’s List

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Paul Olson has announced the 2015 fall semester Dean’s List. According to the University, 267 students were named to the list. The list includes all full-time students who earn a grade point average of 3.50 or better on a minimum of 12 total semester...
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Jamestown Police Warn Of Registered Sex Offender

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Jamestown Police Department is warning Jamestown residents of a new high risk sex offender living within the community. 47 year-old Stuart Duane Kelly currently resides at 517 4 St NW in Jamestown and has been assigned a high risk assessment by the North Dakota risk level committee. Kelly has...
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*Update* One Man Is Dead; Another Man Arrested In Enderlin Drive-By Shooting

ENDERLIN, N.D. ( – The Ransom County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the shooting death of a man in Enderlin that happened early Sunday morning around 2:30am. Fargo Police report that 28 year-old Paul Allen Miller has been arrested in connection of the fatal shooting in Enderlin. Fargo Deputy Police Chief Joe Anderson describes how...
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Several Travel Alerts Issued By NDDOT

BISMARCK, N.D. ( – Several travel alerts have been issued by the North Dakota Department of Transportation and Highway Patrol for parts of the state today. Travel Alerts mean conditions allow motorists to travel, but drivers should be advised of rapidly changing conditions. According to the NDDOT, a Travel Alert has been issued for...
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NDFU Continues To Advocate Against Anti-Corporate Farming Law

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The North Dakota anti-corporate farming law dates back to 1932 and prohibits corporations from owning and operating farm land and the North Dakota Farmers Union continues to advocate against the newly amended law. In 2015, North Dakota Legislature amended the law to exempt swine and dairy operations with the hopes...
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CHI Mercy Health Foundation To Conduct Giving Hearts Day February 11

VALLEY CITY, ND – ( CHI Mercy Health Foundation has been chosen by Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation to participate in “Giving Hearts Day” on February 11. It’s a 24-hour online fundraising event. Contributions of $10 or more (given online) will be matched by DMF or other generous donors (up to $4000.)  To...
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Plans Move Forward On New Bookmobile

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Plans are continuing forward for the new James River Valley Library System Bookmobile. The Board of Directors recently approved of finalizing the order through OBS Inc., an Ohio Company that specializes in making vehicles and are undertaking the bookmobile project. The total cost to build and purchase the vehicle will...
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