The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office identified the man Thursday whose body was recovered in a lake Wednesday after a crash near Streeter. Garrick Bonnett, 25, Streeter, was found dead around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Maj. Jason Falk, investigator with the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office. He said the case is under investigation, and no cause of death has been determined.
Two North Dakota men died Thursday morning when the pickup truck they were riding in crashed in Ward County, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The patrol said the two Minot men, ages 37 and 29, were ejected from the pickup and died at the scene of the crash. Their names will not be released until sometime Friday pending notification of family.
The city of Jamestown said crews from Rehrig Pacific have distributed the majority of the brown garbage containers to Jamestown single-family households, mobile homes and most multiunit housing (apartment) facilities. Rehrig Pacific has ordered additional containers and, at this time, the city is unsure when the containers will be available for distribution. In the meantime, the city will be distributing the old green containers this week to those residents who have yet to receive their new brown container.
Allen Jacobson, 67, Bismarck, Aug. 10. Vera Lee, 98, Forsyth, July 30. Richard Kramlich, 72, West Fargo, Aug. 9. Jerome Bakke, 86, Fargo, Aug. 9. Raymond Klindworth, 89, Fessenden, Aug. 9. Rodney Thompson, 75, Hatton, Aug. 9. John Rieger, 84, Lisbon, Aug. 5. Morris Vigen, 67, Adams, Aug. 8. Ruth Sanden, 92, Wyndmere, Aug. 9. Anthony Roob, 74, Wahpeton, Aug. 14. Donald Almen, 91, Grafton, Aug. 12. Leroy Bowman, 88, Fargo, Aug. 12. Margaret Tharldson, 90, Cooperstown, Aug. 14. Lucille Engbrecht, 99, Devils Lake, Nov. 15. Dennis Schafer, 73, Northwood, Aug. 13. Jeanne Kelly, 90, Fargo, Aug.
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The University of Jamestown volleyball team is ranked No. 17 in the NAIA top 25 preseason poll. Also, the Jimmies are picked to finish second in the North Star Athletic Association behind only Viterbo. The V-Hawks are ranked No. 6 in the preseason rankings. The Jimmies open the season Aug. 25-26 at Montreat College (N.C.) with four matches. In the NSAA soccer polls, both the UJ men and women are picked third.
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Aug. 16: * 1 traffic warning * 1 accident investigated * 2 criminal arrests * 1 warrant served * 3 crimes investigated * 1 disturbance call * 45 public assistance calls
Statistics for the Jamestown Police Department for Aug. 15: * 7 traffic citations * 6 traffic warnings * 1 parking ticket * 4 accidents investigated * 1 warrant served * 2 disturbance calls * 45 public assistance calls
A North Dakota man was killed Monday in a single vehicle crash 5 miles west of Riverdale, N.D., according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Lawrence Kerzman, 60, was driving a 2000 Ford Expedition SUV south on 38th Avenue Northwest in the Wolf Creek Wildlife Management Area. The patrol said the Ford went of the road into the east ditch, continued south, crossed another road and struck a tree. Kerman died at the scene, according to the patrol.
Someone won the $25,000 a year for life prize playing the North Dakota Lucky for Life game, according to the North Dakota Lottery. The ticket was sold at Hamster Oil, 202 South St. W in Michigan, N.D. The ticket matched five white balls with the winning numbers of 4, 8, 15,17, 39 and the Lucky Ball was 2.