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No drop in the bucket

Garrison Rural Water District customers should see better volume and stronger pressure at the faucet in the next couple years, thanks to a cost-share grant of more than $2 million.

Posted 3/16/16 (Wed) read more »

Keeping the law in enforcement

There are no more safe havens on the Fort Berthold Reservation for people trying to elude law enforcement.

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Garrison goin' Irish

This year’s Cabin Fever event is going to the Irish, lucky coins and leprechauns included. "I-Rish I was somewhere warm" kicks off March 17 at 11:30 a.m. and the fun doesn’t stop until 2 p.m.

Posted 3/09/16 (Wed) read more »

Time to upgrade infrastructure?

It’s like floating down a cavernous cave, the walls slowly closing in, smaller, smaller, smaller.

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

No funding, no building

Construction on the Camp of the Cross’s new dining facility was stopped.

Posted 3/02/16 (Wed) read more »

What's for breakfast

At least half the elementary student body use the breakfast service offered by the school. Elementary Principal Shelley Fuller told school board members last week she thinks that’s phenomenal.

Posted 2/25/16 (Thu) read more »

Take a book, leave a book

The Sakakawea Area Council for the Arts, in conjunction with the Garrison Public Library, has found a way to encourage reading in community members, young and old.

Posted 2/25/16 (Thu) read more »


Last weekend’s District 10 Girls Basketball Tournament in Turtle Lake proved once again that regular season results don’t often translate into success come tournament time.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

Celebrating a true leader

It was a day to honor and recognize a faithful leader in White Shield, Monday.

Posted 2/17/16 (Wed) read more »

County asks for busdget cuts

It’s only February, and the scissors is being brought out to trim the fat off an already lean McLean County budget.

Posted 2/10/16 (Wed) read more »