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  • Great Plains Food Bank Reaching out to Vets Pop-up Coming to Jamestown
     FARGO, N.D. (Jared Slinde) – Trucks supplying fresh fruit, vegetables, meats, shelf-stable items and more will be in Jamestown on Friday, July 28, as part of the Great Plains Food Bank Pop-up Perishable Food Program. Anyone in need of food assistance in each community or neighboring communities are welcome to attend and receive food at no cost. The Pop-up Perishable Food Program will make its stop on Friday, July 28, at the Jamestown Civic Center from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. “The Pop-up Perishable Food Program fills a strong need and puts food directly into the hands of those that need it most,” Great Plains Food Bank Regional Services Manager Andrea Block, who services Mobile Food Pantries and the Pop-up Perishable Food Program in eastern North Dakota, said. “This is all about convenience for the consumer. They know exactly when and where there will be fresh and nutritious food available. We want to make it as easy as we can for those who need help to be able to get it.” Individuals attending the distribution are asked to bring with any plastic bags or boxes to take food home with them. For more information on mobile and perishable food pantries in western North Dakota contact: Rachel Monge at 701-390-2513 or rmonge@greatplainsfoodbank.org. For more information on mobile and perishable food pantries in eastern North Dakota contact: Andrea Block at 701-476-9128 or ablock@greatplainsfoodbank.org. 
  • Drive Hopes to Provide Diapers for Financially Challenged Households
    JAMESTOWN, ND (Cassie DuBray) - South Central Homeless Coalition is having a 2nd annual diaper drive for Region VI July 5 – August 14...
  • JSDC Seeking Funding for Airport Business Park
      JAMESTOWN - The Jamestown City Council will be meeting in special session on Tuesday, July 25 at 4:00 p.m...
  • High Risk Sex Offender Changes Address in Jamestown
    Felita Bravebull Bredeson JAMESTOWN - Jamestown Police are warning residents of a convicted high risk sex offender who has changed her address in the city. Felita Bravebull Bredeson is living at 1003 5th Avenue NE #4...
  • Convicted High Risk Sex Offender Changes His Address
    Sawyer John Suko JAMESTOWN - Jamestown Police are warning residents of a convicted high risk sex offender who has changed his address in the city. Sawyer John Suko is living at 1101 1st Avenue North.  He does not have a vehicle.  Suko is a 24-year-old white male standing 5 feet, 7 inches and weighing 150 pounds.  He has hazel eyes and brown hair.  His file photo shows him with short-cropped hair, a high hairline and a close-cropped beard. Suko was convicted in January 2012 in Stutsman County District Court, ND for Gross Sexual Imposition involving a 13-year-old girl.  He provided the girl Apple Pucker Schnapps at a neighboring campsite and had sex with her after she was intoxicated. Suko is not wanted by police at this time.  Police Chief Scott Edinger cautions residents that attempts to harass, intimidate or threaten Suko, his family, landlord or employer, will be turned over for prosecution.  Printed handouts of his demographics are available from the Jamestown Police Department.
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