Finally. Some action on the diamond. The Garrison Troopers baseball team got a chance to get some playing time in for real Monday afternoon in Velva.
Posted 4/28/11 (Thu) read more »
Three boxers from White Shield have advanced to regional competition following this past weekend’s North Dakota State Junior Olympics Boxing Tournament. Moving on to compete regionally are Tate Connors, Cody Dixon and Bobby Dean.
Posted 4/21/11 (Thu) read more »
The note on the simulator at the Garrison Golf Club has been paid in full. The announcement was made this past Sunday during the club’s annual meeting. All that remains is for stockholders to be reimbursed.
Posted 4/14/11 (Thu) read more »
The Garrison-Max Troopers track team is patiently waiting to get outside and spread its wings on an outdoor surface.
Posted 4/07/11 (Thu) read more »
The Garrison Dam National Fish Hatchery’s annual operating budget is $667,492, but that funding is being threatened by proposed budget cuts in President Barrack Obama’s 2012 budget.
Posted 3/31/11 (Thu) read more »
The Tailrace below Garrison Dam has been a cure for “fishing fever” all winter long. More recently, the waters of the Tailrace have proven a medicine for open water fishermen stricken with a severe case of “spring fever.”
Posted 3/24/11 (Thu) read more »
Thirty-four young wrestlers from grades 1-6 at Garrison’s Bob Callies Elementary School are learning the fundamentals of the sport over the next few weeks.
Posted 3/17/11 (Thu) read more »
It was a case of the killer “B’s” Monday night for both the Garrison Troopers and Max Cossacks at the opening round of the Region 5 Girls Basketball Tournament in Mandan.
Posted 3/10/11 (Thu) read more »
They are still smiling in Garrison. The drought of being absent from a regional tournament berth is over. In Max, Cossack fans are smiling, too. But their excitement at being part of the Region 5 girls basketball tournament Monday is tempered as one of the team’s stars, Whitney Huesers, suffered a leg injury late in the third quarter Monday night.
Posted 3/03/11 (Thu) read more »