Young Professionals of Jamestown Hosting Annual Co-Ed Volleyball Tourney

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – The Young Professionals of Jamestown is a growing group of individuals who are either new to a career or the community and would like a way to connect. The group, which is a branch of the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce, is continually seeking members and getting them involved with learning...
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Vendors Already Applying for Jamestown Home & Garden Show

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – Springtime is closer than we realize and soon, residents will be getting started on Spring and Summertime projects. The annual Home & Garden Show, put on by the Jamestown Chamber of Commerce, is a chance for residents to view different vendors from the area while they are planning their future...
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University of Jamestown Senior Presenting Theater Production Feb. 16th-18th

JAMESTOWN, N.D. ( – University of Jamestown Senior Jana Lynch will be presenting her senior theater project to the public on February 16th, 17th, and 18th. As a theater major, Lynch is required to direct an entire production, overseen by Mike McIntyre. The show will be “Musical Comedy Murders of 1940″, a murder mystery...
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“Maria Maria” Restaurant Ribbon Cutting Ceremony In Valley City

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( “Maria Maria” opened up quietly on west main in Valley City back in September of 2016. The owner of this restaurant that serves Mexican and American food for breakfast, lunch and dinner is Noadias Gurrola of Nome, North Dakota. The restaurant employees about five people in Valley City and is...
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Family Fun & Fitness Night Highlights

VALLEY CITY, N.D. ( The tables were turned on Thursday, February 9th in Valley City when grade 4 students at Washington School became the teachers and taught their parents and grandparents what to do to maintain a healthy blood pressure at the Family Fun and Fitness Night.  Over 80 adults learned how to keep...
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A Legislative Report From District 24 State Senator Larry Robinson

BISMARCK, N.D. ( District 24 state senator Larry Robinson of Valley City gave another update from the state capitol on Wednesday, February 15th. In his legislative report he said funding for the Veterans Home in Lisbon is on track but the proposed cuts of two North Dakota DOT Maintenance Shops, one near Courtenay and...
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NDSU Students Remembered in Classmate Journals

FARGO, N.D. (AP) – Students at NDSU have a way to express their grief over the deaths of two students. The Biological Sciences Department set out journals in Stevens Hall so classmates of Danie Thomssen and Carson Roney can share memories and condolences. The journals will then be given to the families of Thomssen and...
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Over 100 Cited During Holiday DUI Crackdown

BISMARCK, N.D. ( - North Dakota law enforcement agencies cited or arrested more than 100 people for alcohol or drug violations during a crackdown on impaired driving over the holiday season. The North Dakota Department of Transportation says a total of 447 citations were issued during stepped-up enforcement patrols during the Drive Sober or Get...
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