February 2, 2011 at 12:46 am in The Jamestown Sun
The Stutsman County Commission unanimously declared a snow emergency at its meeting Tuesday.
In its declaration, the county refers to excessive snowfall amounts occurring particularly in December and January. The county recorded 10.5 inches of snow in November, 25 inches in December and 31 inches in January. Road Superintendent Mickey Nienow told commissioners the road crew has been out plowing snow almost daily since December. He added he’s called in seasonal help as well. Continue Reading&