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Heritage Park needs help to survive

Since the early 70s, a group of dedicated volunteers have worked to develop, improve and maintain a small museum “village” in southwest Garrison.

Posted 4/09/09 (Thu) read more »

Old landfill eyed as development site

The City of Garrison has OK’d Garrison Area Improvement Association (GAIA) officials to be the representative for any possible development of the old city landfill property.

Posted 4/08/09 (Wed) read more »

Fargo patients arrive at Garrison facilities

Over the past several weeks, the city of Fargo has wrestled with a huge task - to keep the swollen Red River from drowning homes and businesses.

Posted 4/01/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison Dam makes history

The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers made history Tuesday, March 24 when it made the decision to close the Garrison Dam release gates,

Posted 4/01/09 (Wed) read more »

Road closings begin in county

With all the snow across the county this winter it was inevitable -- water, water, water everywhere.

Posted 3/25/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison property valuations to change

The sale of a few homes this past year has precipitated a closer look at the present valuation of residential property in Garrison.

Posted 3/25/09 (Wed) read more »

City promoted at KX Sports Show

Last week's KX Sports Show proved to be a good event to promote Garrison.

Posted 3/18/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison School Board hires consultant to negotiate salaries

The McLean County Independent might be able to cut back how much black ink it buys after a decision by the Garrison school board Tuesday evening.

Posted 3/18/09 (Wed) read more »

Snow removal expense burying county, townships

Snow removal expenses for counties impacted by this winter's snow could prove to be a double whammy.

Posted 3/11/09 (Wed) read more »

Garrison bus drivers coping well

The winter of 2008-09 will certainly be remembered long after the last patches of snow and ice melt away.

Posted 3/11/09 (Wed) read more »