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From Garrison to South Africa

It seems like North Dakota grown crops are a hot commodity. Members of a N.D. trade mission recently traveled to South Africa in order to make business contacts and to hopefully produce sales.

Posted 6/03/09 (Wed) read more »

Business returns to ‘hometown’ owners

After more than 20 years, a Garrison implement dealership is under local ownership.

Posted 6/03/09 (Wed) read more »

New federal dollars to benefit Max School

The Max School is in line to receive a nice chunk of change, thanks to the state and federal government. And along with that, school patrons,

Posted 5/27/09 (Wed) read more »

State funds to fuel school improvements

“A tremendous opportunity.”

Posted 5/27/09 (Wed) read more »

Block-long, kite festival kickoff summer season

At times it might have seemed like the winter of 2008-09 would never end.

Posted 5/20/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison grad ‘did it her way’

It’s graduation time and congratulations are certainly in order.

Posted 5/20/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison board, teachers set fast pace toward salary negotiations

When your negotiator is paid $195 an hour, the meeting starts on time and moves along like a 4th grader racing to recess.

Posted 5/13/09 (Wed) read more »

Gieser to be marina concessionaire

A familiar face and a familiar business will be in charge of the concession operation at Fort Stevenson Marina this summer.

Posted 5/13/09 (Wed) read more »

Public invited to tour ‘The Meadows’

Area residents have heard a lot about “The Meadows,” an assisted living center that is being built in Garrison.

Posted 5/06/09 (Wed) read more »

Spring fieldwork at mixed stages in McLean County

The bad news this year is that North Dakotans were able to measure the snow in feet, instead of inches this winter.

Posted 5/06/09 (Wed) read more »