A new ethics policy that prevents its employees from accepting gifts exceeding $50 in value was finalized yesterday by Gov. Doug Burgum’s office. Burgum had previously reimbursed Xcel Energy nearly $40,000 for Super Bowl tickets that the company had gifted to him. The new policy applies to employees of the office including the governor and lieutenant governor. The prohibition doesn’t apply to gifts exchanged between family and friends, so long as circumstances “indicate a personal rather than business relationship.”
A debate between incumbent North Dakota Senator Heidi Heitkamp and challenger Kevin Cramer will take place tonight in Bismarck. The race between Heitkamp and Cramer has been seen by both parties as vital to Senate control. The debate will be at 7 p.m. at the Bismarck Public School’s Career and Technical Academy at Bismarck State College.
A new ethics policy that prevents its employees from accepting gifts exceeding $50 in value was finalized yesterday by Gov.
A 37-year-old Williston man who allegedly hit an officer with his SUV and fled the scene is being held on $3,000 bond. Damon Granado was charged with reckless endangerment and attempting to elude a police officer as well as drunken driving and leaving scene of accident. The SUV had allegedly hit two other vehicles early Sunday morning. An officer found Granado in the SUV and asked him to step out of the vehicle. Granado didnâ€™t respond and the officer reached in through the window to put the SUV in park.
JAMESTOWN, ND (Natalie McKenna) – On Sept. 27, 2018, Dr. Polly Peterson, President of University of Jamestown, awarded senior Josselyn Pacheco with the inaugural Knight Award.
As students at the University of Jamestown progress on their Journey to Success, there is often a student who is challenged with obstacles during his or her pursuit to graduation. This award recognizes the resilience the student demonstrated in overcoming difficult obstacles.
Jamestown residents went to the polls yesterday in a special election to vote on the The Jamestown Public School Referendum, a $34.4 million general obligation school building bond for expansion, repair and upgrades throughout the school district.
According to unofficial results the referendum was defeated. There were 1,140 votes in favor and 2,769 against. The 3,909 voter turnout was more than the 3,517 Stutsman County voters who turned out for the June 26 primary election.
Voters will take to the polls today to vote on the Jamestown Public Schools ReferendumÂ The special election runs today from 7:00AM – 7:00PM. The polling location is at the Jamestown Civic Center.
Voters must bring proof of birth date and residency with them to the polls; this may include a North Dakota driverâ€™s license or ID card, an ID issued by a tribal government, ID issued by the North Dakota Secretary of States Office or a combination of these options.
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(Jamestown, ND) Jamestown High School is honored to release the following as its 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Class.Â Hall of fame induction will take place on Friday, September 27 during the JHS homecoming pep rally.Â Honorees will also be recognized at half-time of the football game on Friday night vs. the Valley City Hi-Liners.
JAMESTOWN HIGH SCHOOLÂ ATHLETIC HALL OF FAMEÂ CLASS OF 2018
Paul Anderson (â€™80) â€“ Basketball
Doug Beaudoin (â€™72) â€“ Football,
BISMARCK, N.D. â€“ Gov. Doug Burgum has announced the recipients of the 2018 Main Street Awards honoring communities that show excellence in elevating the three pillars of the Main Street Initiative through local projects or other efforts.
â€œWe deeply appreciate the commitment and dedication of communities to differentiate and enhance the quality of life for their residents, present and future,â€� Burgum said. â€œItâ€™s with great pleasure and gratitude that we recognize these communities for efforts to create vibrant communities poised to attract and retain a 21st century workforce.â€�
The Main Street Awards are a collaborative effort of the Office of the Governor,
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Valley City, N.D.â€”The Presidential Search Committee at Valley City State University has selected three finalists for the VCSU presidency. After a round of campus visits by five candidates Sept. 10-12, the committee selected a trio of candidates for final interviews with the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education on the VCSU campus Sept. 27.
The finalists are:
â€¢ Jack Geller, Ph.D., dean, College of Social Sciences,
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Jamestown, ND – The Alfred Dickey Public Library is set to re-open after summer renovations. An open-house will be held on Wednesday, September 12 fromÂ 10-5 pm at Alfred Dickey Public Library in honor of its re-opening for public serviceÂ following a summer-long renovation. Staff, library board members, and Friends of the Library will be available to answer questions about the renovations and future projects as the library prepares for itsÂ Centennial Celebration in February of 2019.