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Yields look promising

Statewide, officials expect record yields this harvest. That will just add further pressure to North Dakota’s grain storage and delivery system. In the area, crops are also showing promise.

Posted 8/13/14 (Wed) read more »

Oil activity to increase

Forty additional oil wells are being planned in extreme northwest McLean County. The number will nearly double the amount of wells in the county. Presently, there are 58 oil sites. Of those, as of May, 49 are producing wells.

Posted 8/06/14 (Wed) read more »

County Deputy demoted

McLean County Deputy Curt Olson has been demoted from his captain’s position. The move was July 9. No replacement has been made.

Posted 8/06/14 (Wed) read more »

A great day for White Shield

A field north of White Shield is much more than a plot of land with a crop of maturing grain. It’s been chosen as the site where three new facilities will soon be built.

Posted 7/30/14 (Wed) read more »

Tower plans advance

Garrison’s proposed new water tower will have four times the capacity of its two predecessors.

Posted 7/23/14 (Wed) read more »

City council has full slate

All seats on the Garrison City Council are now full. Monday evening, the council held a special meeting to address filling the lone vacancy on the board.

Posted 7/16/14 (Wed) read more »

Celebrating 50 Years

Since 1964, Triangle Y Camp, 13 miles southwest of Garrison and supported by Minot Family YMCA, has been impacting and serving campers, offering them the opportunity for meeting friends and trying new things. This summer, the camp is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Posted 7/16/14 (Wed) read more »

Gone in a flash

Elmer and Evelyn Herdt of Garrison have been on the phone almost non-stop this past week. They aren’t making social calls to family and friends, though they wish they were.

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »

Too much boom?

Last year, Garrison city officials established guidelines for discharging fireworks. Dates and times are: June 27- July 3 – 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.; July 4 -- 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.; July 5 – 9 a.m. to midnight. Apparently few got the memo.

Posted 7/09/14 (Wed) read more »


Rain showers this past weekend dampened the spirits of those who would have preferred the great outdoors to be sunny and dry.

Posted 7/02/14 (Wed) read more »