June 9, 2011 RSS feed / Letters to the Editor

Jamestown is a unique island

At the time of writing, I am preparing to fly back to Denver, which has been home for me for the last three years. I left my home in Jamestown in 2002 and lived in Phoenix until about a year after I had finished college. More...

Thanks to all whom helped with parade

Many thanks to those who made it possible for the Jamestown Fire Department to participate in the Memorial Day Parade. More...

Island Treasures a success again

May 20, the fifth annual Island Treasures Day was held at Lawn Avenue School. The Lawn Avenue School Improvement Team and the Jamestown School Department sponsored the event. More...

Local group should record its music

Morning stirs up with musical birds chattering away to wake up the sun. Always there at that time, trying to chase off my sleepiness, is radio CAT Country 98.1. More...

Your letters are welcome

The Jamestown Press invites readers’ letters about issues of local concern. Letters are limited to 500 words in length and should include a daytime telephone number for verification. Your letters may be e-mailed to News@ JamestownPress.com. More...

Community a big help with food drive

The members of St. Mark Outreach Committee would like to thank the postal workers for their donation of food items from their food drive. Our food closet is well stocked thanks to your generosity of those who donated items to the drive. More...

Birdbath thief must have no conscience

On April 30, my husband and I returned home from a vacation to discover that a birdbath had been stolen from one of my gardens. More...

Thanks for support of annual bake sale

We at Central Baptist Church would like to thank everyone who stopped by and supported our annual Memorial Day bake sale. We are glad to be part of the Jamestown community and its celebration of this holiday. Lynda King Central Baptist Church More...

Downtown project a great success

This sidewalk project has been a great success, and it is a step in the right direction for Jamestown because it proves what we can do to improve this town, despite the project’s minor flaws: the narrow street and sharp curb edging. More...