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Board election wording questioned

The vote for the Garrison School Board is official. Results stand. Elected are incumbents Rodger Affeldt and Janice Katin, both for "Rural" seats, and newcomer Kevin Rime for member "At-Large."

Posted 5/20/15 (Wed) read more »

Three elected to school board

Three people were elected to the Garrison School Board Tuesday night. Two are incumbents, while one is a newcomer.

Posted 5/13/15 (Wed) read more »

Where there’s a constant need ...

What if you went to the McLean Family Resource Center expecting to receive food items, only to find that the shelves were bare?

Posted 5/13/15 (Wed) read more »

Auditorium rental fee updated

A new rental and fee schedule for the Garrison City Auditorium is in the books.

Posted 5/06/15 (Wed) read more »

Having diversity

It’s not very often that you see the same people own a catering business and a yard and garden center. But, Garrison has those special people, Kyle and Sandy Giffey.

Posted 5/06/15 (Wed) read more »

Woman cited for conspiracy to commit forgery, counterfeiting

A 32-year-old rural Garrison woman is free after posting a $2,500 unsecured bond for her part in attempting to defraud individuals of money or property by printing counterfeit checks on her home computer.

Posted 4/29/15 (Wed) read more »

Sheriff’s department talks changes, coverage, contracts

With changes come questions. And with questions come answers.

Posted 4/29/15 (Wed) read more »

She's a natural

Sit, lay down, roll over, and stick ‘em up are all of the many dog tricks that Kasey Seidler, Garrison, can teach your dog. Seidler has always had a love for animals.

Posted 4/22/15 (Wed) read more »

Petitions presented to stop Max school building project

It’s possible that a planned construction project at the Max School could come to a halt before it even starts.

Posted 4/22/15 (Wed) read more »

‘Watchdog’ keeps eye on state’s budget

The financial forecast for North Dakota may not be as bright as it once was, but that doesn’t dampen District 8 Rep. Jeff Delzer’s optimism that the state will persevere and thrive well into the future.

Posted 4/15/15 (Wed) read more »