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Jamestown Tarp Skunks general Manager, Frank Fanning and Russ Dietrick, president of Jamestown Community Baseball LLC unveiling the new Tarp Skunk Logo.

Jamestown Baseball: A New Era

At a packed press conference in JCC’s Carnahan theater, Frank Fanning, General Manager of the Jamestown Community Baseball LLC team, revealed the new name...
Mayor Eddie Sundquist takes the Oath of Office.

Handing Over The Torch

Jamestown’s new Mayor is part of a wave of young people who are being elected to local political office across the nation over the...
Eddie Sundquist, 25th Mayor of the City of Jamestown.

A New Era: Innovation City

Jamestown has a new Mayor and a new outlook. Meet Mayor Eddie Sundquist. The first thing you notice is his smile and openness. He...

10 Reasons for the Season

What is your reason for the season? Christmas is a Christian holiday set aside to celebrate God coming to earth in the form of Jesus....
Jamestown High School A Cappella Choir

Holiday Music: JHS Band & A Cappella Trip to Disney

Once again, the trophy winning Jamestown High School A Cappella Choir and Red Raider Marching Band are on the road again to make holiday...
Wreaths Across America

Remembering Our Veterans

Say these fallen heroes’ names out loud: Victor H. Bratt (1895-1918) US Army, killed in France James E. Lennartson (1918-1943) US Army, died in Manchuria, China at a...
“Under the Snow” is the topic for the Saturday morning, December 14, Little Explorers at Audubon Community Nature Center. Children ages three to eight and their favorite grownups are invited to learn about animals lives during the winter and how they adapt to the snow. Pictured is some of the landscape that could be explored.

Audubon Little Explorers Look “Under the Snow,” Saturday, December 14

Under the snow and the frozen ground, the natural world still teems with life. You and the three- to eight-year-old child(ren) in your life can...
Geer-Dunn and Girton's Florist Shop are shown in this 1970 era picture taken at the corner of Cherry and Third Streets by Cornell Seaburg. From the Fenton History Center collections.

Shop Local for You and Your Community

Do you remember Bigelow’s Department Store? What was your favorite floor or department? How about the escalators? Bigelow’s was a small business at its...
Susan Ramsey with Violin

The Ramsey Sisters – Introducing Susan Ramsey

Susan and Mary Ramsey are really sisters, not just a super talented duo. They share the same family and a love of music. Both...
Little Caesar Love Kitchen means free pizza!

Creating Holiday Memories

Think back to your fondest memory of the holidays. Was it sitting down to a delicious Thanksgiving dinner with your loving family and friend?...

Read This Week’s Issue – November 23, 2020

Read Jamestown Gazette - Week of 11-23-2020  

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