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Why is Johnny getting bad grades?

The numbers are staggering.

Posted 10/21/15 (Wed) read more »

BFLG names Wilderness its signature project

Earlier this year, Garrison received a $80,000 Transportation Alternative Program grant for a proposed walking/hiking/biking trail in Wilderness Park.

Posted 10/15/15 (Thu) read more »

Ordinance Officer OK'd

City officials in Garrison would like their ordinances enforced to the fullest.

Posted 10/15/15 (Thu) read more »

Homecoming parade Friday

Trooper homecoming is underway in Garrison.

Posted 10/07/15 (Wed) read more »

An upside down system

For Frank Felix, things are getting out of hand in the White Shield area.

Posted 10/07/15 (Wed) read more »

Community loses a visionary

A man described by those who knew him as dedicated to his business, Garrison State Bank & Trust, and his community, has died.

Posted 9/23/15 (Wed) read more »

Local cowboy celebrates 85 years

Jack Walcker, of rural Turtle Lake, celebrated his 85th birthday on Aug. 27. While turning 85 is pretty special, Walcker who has a love for horses and the western way of life, is still training horses to drive. On his 85th birthday he trained a Tennessee Walking horse to drive who is owned by a good friend of Walcker.

Posted 9/23/15 (Wed) read more »

Help wanted

Signs, signs, everywhere there are signs. There are apply within signs, help wanted signs and cashiers wanted signs around Garrison.

Posted 9/16/15 (Wed) read more »

Property tax levy hearing set

A public hearing is Monday, Oct. 5, at 7:10 p.m., to consider increasing the 2016 City of Garrison property tax levy by 33.75 percent. The meeting is in conjunction with the next city council meeting.

Posted 9/16/15 (Wed) read more »

Things are going to get a bit corny in Garrison

Corn, hay and scarecrows will decorate Garrison’s City Park Saturday for the annual Corn, Wheels ‘N Grill Fest.

Posted 9/09/15 (Wed) read more »