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Paving to cost a pretty penny

Council members gasped. If the City of Garrison were to patch and overlay all 34 areas and streets marked as needing attention by Bechtold Paving officials in Minot, it would cost more than $450,000.

Posted 5/05/11 (Thu) read more »

Tennis court project contractors named

Groundwork will begin as soon as weather permits on two tennis courts in Garrison. The courts will be in northwest Garrison and adjacent to the swimming pool.

Posted 4/28/11 (Thu) read more »

Wouldn’t it be n’ice’

Consensus is that the indoor ice skating rink should be rebuilt. The question is – where?

Posted 4/28/11 (Thu) read more »

Street repairs to be expensive

The City of Garrison has budgeted $103,000 for street repairs this summer. It may sound like a lot, but with the amount of damage already seen around town, that amount is just a drop in the bucket.

Posted 4/21/11 (Thu) read more »

Water for sale?

Garrison city officials said the timing couldn’t be better. The community is facing what officials say is an insurmountable task of major repairs to streets this summer.

Posted 4/21/11 (Thu) read more »

It’s the worst he’s seen

What McLean County Highway Superintendent Ron Wagner saw as he toured the county Tuesday, surveying the damage to county roads was sobering.

Posted 4/14/11 (Thu) read more »

County declares flood emergency

Issues of flooding in the county has led to McLean County Commissioners declaring a flood emergency.

Posted 4/14/11 (Thu) read more »

Oil spill

It happened. Oil activity has impacted Lake Sakakawea. Oil has leaked into the lake.

Posted 4/07/11 (Thu) read more »

Price tag, bond issue plans get closer look

Dreams started to drift closer to daylight when a group of school administrators, teachers and board members met last week.

Posted 4/07/11 (Thu) read more »

Seniors hear school plans

Garrison senior citizens would like to learn more about what is planned for expansion of Garrison’s two school complexes.

Posted 3/31/11 (Thu) read more »