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County to do Garrison assessments

The county commissioners agreed at last Tuesday’s regular meeting that the county will do the assessments on Garrison’s commercial properties per a recent email request from the city, but they want to be sure Garrison knows it is going to have to pay for the assessments.

Posted 3/25/15 (Wed) read more »

Trees dominate board meeting

A forest of tree issues kept Garrison Parks and Rec. officials busy during their regular monthly meeting this past week.

Posted 3/18/15 (Wed) read more »

Legendary? Says who?

Would Bully Pulpit Golf course in Medora still set attendance records if the road to the nationally-acclaimed course wasn’t paved?

Posted 3/18/15 (Wed) read more »

County gets $3.6 million in Surge funds for county roads

McLean County has been allocated $3.6 million from the recently passed Surge Bill (SB 2103) in the Legislature, which is good, because there are plenty of roads that are in need of repair.

Posted 3/11/15 (Wed) read more »

Bit o' blarney

There’s nothin’ like wearin’ a bit o’ the green Sunday. The Benedictine Living Center is hosting it’s St. Patrick’s Day bash, the annual brunch and auction.

Posted 3/11/15 (Wed) read more »

Bond vote continues to fester at Max School

A second school bond issue at Max was soundly defeated Feb. 20, but the dust is far from settled.

Posted 3/04/15 (Wed) read more »

Surge funds coming

Garrison City Council members received a pleasant surprise Monday night.

Posted 3/04/15 (Wed) read more »

Syrup on tap

Winter still has its grip on the North Dakota prairie, but that doesn’t mean things are at a standstill at Fort Stevenson State Park south of Garrison.

Posted 2/25/15 (Wed) read more »

Garrison board OK’s open enrollment

The Garrison School Board has lifted its freeze on open enrollment.

Posted 2/25/15 (Wed) read more »

Brannan announces retirement

A 12-year run as Garrison’s top administrator will come to an end June 30. Superintendent Steve Brannan has announced his retirement. School officials and board members learned of Brannan’s plans this past week.

Posted 2/18/15 (Wed) read more »