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JAMESTOWN

Perch was caught in a lake slough north of Jamestown.
U.S. Census Bureau data indicates births actually declined during the pandemic
The Internship Reimbursement Program funded 15 interns for eight employers from seven universities or colleges prior to the board approving three internships Monday, said Corry Shevlin, Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. business development director.
The aftermath of a badly executed robbery resulted in a death on Christmas Day, 1920, in the Stutsman County Jail.

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In the waning days of Prohibition, North Dakota made national news as being home to one of the biggest illegal bootlegging operations in the nation.
Three transients were killed by railroad detectives in Jamestown.
First it was a motorcycle crash. Then it was a suicide. Now murder. A Jamestown family says the past few months have been an emotional roller coaster ride.
The coronavirus pandemic has turned most families lives upside-down as kitchen tables are turned into classrooms for students doing distance learning, bedrooms are turned into offices for people working from home and grandparents are isolated from their loved ones in order to prevent the spread of the virus. Through it all, families are finding ways to stay connected and realizing that loving each other can be enough.
This story is best viewed in a wide-screen format. For those on mobile devices, turn your device to the side for best viewing experience. This is a map of our Forum Communications footprint. Over the years, our reporters have worked hard to share the stories of the men and women who've served in our nation's armed forces and who have sacrificed so much so that we might know freedom. To read a few of the many stories from our archives, hover over the property name and click the link that appears. There are two stories from each location.
Pine River-Backus senior Gabby Rainwater has signed to compete in track and field for the Jamestown Jimmies next year. She also plans to major in nursing.

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