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  • Home Invasion/Shooting Incident on Friday Morning
     JAMESTOWN - Police are investigating an early morning shooting following a home invasion.Lieutenant Justin Blinsky says that at 12:17 a.m...
  • Proposed ATV/UTV Ordinance Stopped in Its Tracks
     JAMESTOWN - For now, Dickinson will remain the only larger city in North Dakota allowing all-terrain and utility-task vehicles on the streets. A proposed ordinance that would have allowed licensing of ATVs and UTVs for street use in Jamestown failed to get a recommendation from the city's Police Committee. Police Chief Scott Edinger told city commissioners the vehicles are allowed in Jamestown under current ordinances, but only to the degree that they're driven along the shortest route from the owner's residence to outside of city limits.  Any other use, other than by law enforcement and emergency responders, is prohibited under current law. Edinger said he didn't see any difference between the vehicles and a more traditional car or truck, noting that it's the driver who determines whether the vehicle is causing a problem. Council members Steve Brubakken and Dan Buchanan begged to differ. Brubakken noted that none of the larger cities in the state allow the vehicles to be licensed for street use.  He also said the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the manufacturers of the vehicles advise against allowing operation on the street. Buchanan emphasized that he has no problem with people who use the vehicles for the occasional clearing of driveways in winter.  He then went on to cite studies by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety., and the Department of emergency Medicine at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. Buchanan also said that Progressive Insurance Co., which bills itself as the largest insurer of ATVs and UTVs, only insures the vehicles for off-road purposes. Referring to Police Chief Edinger's remarks earlier in the week about the personnel shortage in the department and the rising number of service calls, Buchanan argued that licensing the vehicles would add another problem to the challenge. Buchanan, Brubakken and Charlie Kourajian voted to not forward the proposal to the City Council.  Mayor Katie Andersen and Ramone Gumke voted in favor.
  • Bimbo Bakeries Recall Bread Under Six Brand Names
      NEW YORK (AP) - The maker of Sara Lee, Nature's Harvest and other brands is recalling bread sold in 11 states because it may contain fragments of glass from a broken light bulb at a company factory.Bimbo Bakeries say one consumer found small pieces of glass on the outside of the bread...
  • City Moves Closer to a 2016 Budget
     JAMESTOWN - In what has become a familiar scenario over recent years, the Jamestown City Council's preliminary budget for 2016 includes a 5% increase in property taxes and a 5% increase in charges for all city-operated utilities. The revised budget that was reviewed on Tuesday afternoon shows revenues of $7.99 million and expenditures of $7.96 million...
  • Jamestown Choralaires Launching 61st Season
     JAMESTOWN - (Mark Sherfy) - The Jamestown Choralaires will begin their 61st year of choral music with their first rehearsal on Wednesday, September 9 at 8:30 PM in the Jamestown Middle School band room...
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