McLean County Independent News

Dollar General has its sites on Garrison. The city's planning and zoning commission will consider the company's interest at a meeting Monday at 5 p.m. at City Hall.

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Service recognizes loved ones

Gone but not forgotten. That's why the Angel of Hope Memorial will be having a program Thursday (today) at 7:30 p.m. at the south side of Wilderness Park.

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Dickens By the Numbers
November 28, 2018

Dickens By the Numbers

BIG. That is one way to describe the first weekend of the 25th annual Dickens Village Festival. The coming Friday and Saturday’s events promise to bring in large crowds.

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November 28, 2018

Super: legacy fund source

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. Or at least that’s what Nick Klemisch, Garrison superintendent, is hoping.

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Give THANKS and pass the TURKEY

It’s a fourth grade long-standing tradition. Teacher Kim Gehring said she’s been doing this potluck style Thanksgiving meal for around 18 years

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Not checking your bank statement? It might be time.

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Veterans breakfast
November 14, 2018

Veterans breakfast

Glen Nygard, left, and Gary Angell serves breakfast Sunday to Dean Gunther, one of the many veterans and families who attended the American Legion event.

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City council tabled the decision for a conditional-use permit at its meeting Tuesday night. The permit was requested by Jake Lambert for “the ballroom” on the south end of Main Street for a taxidermy and custom furniture refinishing business.

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A proposed contract between Garrison-Max Ambulance (GMA) and Three Affiliated Tribes (TAT) was reviewed at the ambulance board meeting Nov. 7.

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Monsters on the loose downtown

It’s that time of year again. The wind is crisp, the air smells like fireplaces and the leaves have fallen. Even a few flakes have fallen. With that comes the annual Sakakawea Area Optimist Club’s Halloween Party.

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