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First festival weekend called ‘great’

In terms of days, it’s three down, four to go.

Posted 12/02/09 (Wed) read more »

Welcome to the Dickens Festival

Even though there’s no snow on the ground doesn’t mean one can’t get into the Christmas spirit.

Posted 11/25/09 (Wed) read more »

Living with Alzheimer’s

Elaine Noon doesn’t read any books about Alzheimer’s. She doesn’t need to, she’s living with it.

Posted 11/25/09 (Wed) read more »

Closed lunch hour serves up some frustration

A solution is imminent that could ease the situation regarding a closed noon hour at Garrison High School.

Posted 11/18/09 (Wed) read more »

‘Impasse has no end in sight’

Garrison School Board members won’t settle with teachers on this year’s contract for fear that they’ll be sued.

Posted 11/18/09 (Wed) read more »

Request for increased federal disaster aid OK’d

Gov. John Hoeven announced this past Friday that President Obama has approved the state’s request for the federal government to reimburse 90 percent of the eligible costs for public emergency measures, debris removal, and repair of publicly owned infrastructure damaged by the severe storms and flooding last spring.

Posted 11/11/09 (Wed) read more »

Marina poised to provide lifetime of fun

The Garrison Bay Marina is now complete. Work concluded on the new facility on the west side of Fort Stevenson State Park about six weeks ago.

Posted 11/11/09 (Wed) read more »

Council moves on redy-mix plant

Garrison city officials put bringing a redy-mix plant to Garrison on the fast track Monday night.

Posted 11/04/09 (Wed) read more »

City picks Ellison

The Garrison City Council talked a little trash Monday night, and who should provide residential garbage service to the community for the next three years.

Posted 11/04/09 (Wed) read more »

Hoeven-Dorgan race would be neck, neck

A U.S. Senate race between Gov. John Hoeven and incumbent Sen. Byron Dorgan would be neck-and-neck if the election were held today, according to the latest North Dakota Prairie Poll.

Posted 10/28/09 (Wed) read more »