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Planting delays worry producers

When one nears Butte from the west, the view to the east is one of grandeur.

Posted 6/06/13 (Thu) read more »

Mapping plan pondered

Want to determine who is at risk if a hazardous spill occurs in the county or find out whose property is within a matter of inches?

Posted 5/30/13 (Thu) read more »

Teacher pay settled

Garrison teachers will receive a 5 percent salary increase plus an extra $500, it was decided at a meeting of educators and board members May 22.

Posted 5/30/13 (Thu) read more »

Local groups benefit from ‘Hunger’ campaign

The efforts of Garrison Farmer’s Union Elevator/CHS will benefit two local organizations.

Posted 5/23/13 (Thu) read more »

$5 million project gets green light

A $5 million fall bond election for remodeling and additions at the elementary and high schools received unanimous board approval at a Garrison School Board meeting Tuesday evening.

Posted 5/23/13 (Thu) read more »

Teacher pay unresolved

Garrison educators may not have a contract offer before the end of the school year, if the Garrison Education Association doesn’t accept the district’s most recent offer.

Posted 5/16/13 (Thu) read more »

Totten Trail’ has new owners

After months of inactivity, there’s new life at the Totten Trail Resort.

Posted 5/16/13 (Thu) read more »

'Spring'ing into action

Winter is just a fading memory, but it’s mid-May and buds should be on trees, fields should be greening up and recreation areas should be ready to welcome visitors.

Posted 5/09/13 (Thu) read more »

Ryder annexation sees another day

One hurdle has been cleared in an effort to have land annexed from the Lewis & Clark District to the Max School District.

Posted 5/02/13 (Thu) read more »

School expansion discussion begins

Members of the Garrison School Board Building and Grounds Committee, along with administrators Steve Brannan and Shelly Fuller, and maintenance supervisor Doug Gienger, put pencil to paper Tuesday night.

Posted 5/02/13 (Thu) read more »