Victim identified in fatal Stutsman County crash

STUTSMAN COUNTY, N.D. (KVRR) — A man killed in a crash in Stutsman County late this week has been identified. North Dakota Highway Patrol says he is 74-year-old Kenneth Anderson of Ypsilanti. The patrol says the crash happened just before noon on Friday about three miles west of the town. Anderson last control of his Jeep on a slush covered…

Ypsilanti Girl Wins Bonnie Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage State Title

STUTSMAN CO., N.D. (KVRR) — A Stutsman county student in Ypsilanti is earning a lot of “green” after being selected as North Dakota’s winner of the Bonnie Plants 3rd Grade Cabbage Program. Sully Amundson won a $1,000 scholarship and bragging rights for her “Best in State” cabbage which is more than 11 pounds. Sully is a student at Gussner Elementary….

Man Wanted On Warrants Flees Police In Jamestown But Eventually Gets Caught

Deputies spotted Howard Larson Jr. near McElroy Park but he fled into the woods

JAMESTOWN, ND — A man wanted on outstanding warrants was arrested early this morning after fleeing authorities in Jamestown. Deputies spotted Howard Larson Jr. near McElroy Park but he fled into the woods. A perimeter was set up and Larson was eventually found driving a vehicle in southeast Jamestown. He fled towards Ypsilanti before the vehicle was stopped by spike…

Man Who Died After Crashing Into Horses Identified

The Crash Happened Just Before 5 a.m. Saturday

STUTSMAN CO., ND — Authorities have released the name of a man who was killed when his vehicle struck three horses standing on a county road west of Ypsilanti, North Dakota. The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office identifies the victim as 24-year-old Cruz Schumacher of Jamestown. The crash happened just before 5 a.m. Saturday. After striking the horses, Schumacher’s Pontiac Grand…