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Area vehicles stolen

McLean County authorities are reminding county residents to remove their keys from vehicles following a recent incident in the Garrison area that saw two local vehicles stolen.

Posted 7/11/13 (Thu) read more »

It’s crunch time for rentals

A request by Garrison’s economic development arm to ease the rental housing crunch in the community received a tepid response from city officials this past week.

Posted 7/11/13 (Thu) read more »

Plant getting new look

It’s a skeleton of what it once was, but in a few months, the Snake Creek Pumping Plant will have a brand new look about it.

Posted 7/03/13 (Wed) read more »

Lagoons get a closer look

Is Garrison’s present waste water system adequate, or is it time to consider expansion?

Posted 7/03/13 (Wed) read more »

Salary packages a wrap

Another year of salary negotiations is over. Steve Brannan, Garrison school superintendent, and Jennifer Bowerman, business manager, received a 6 percent raise at Monday evening’s board meeting.

Posted 6/27/13 (Thu) read more »

Pipe bomb reported east of Garrison

What could have been deadly wasn’t. But a report of a pipe bomb six miles east of Garrison Sunday evening brought the Minot bomb squad, a robot to attempt detonation and a brief shutdown of Hwy. 37.

Posted 6/27/13 (Thu) read more »

Passing the buck

The McLean County Planning and Zoning Board decided to leave it up to the McLean County Commissioners whether or not to allow Great River Energy to modify one of its inactive waste pits into a special waste landfill that would accept oil field waste.

Posted 6/20/13 (Thu) read more »

Retiring Old Glory

Members of Garrison’s Hugh P. Minehan Post 49 American Legion held a flag disposal ceremony Monday evening in the Garrison City Park. Six flags were disposed of at the conclusion of the retirement ceremony.

Posted 6/20/13 (Thu) read more »

Flood emergency

His voice was quiet, but his message rang loud and clear.

Posted 6/13/13 (Thu) read more »

Clock is ticking

A month ago, it was too dry. Now, it’s too wet. And with each passing day, the planting clock keeps ticking. One more idle day is one day closer to fall.

Posted 6/06/13 (Thu) read more »