McLean County Independent News

Their days are numbered

Some may likely be over a century old, but no matter how deep their roots extend, the Ash trees in Garrison, and other western North Dakota towns, will not be providing shade and beauty for much longer. Of all the trees in Garrison, roughly 30 percent are Ash trees, and within the next decade, most are going to die from what is known as the Emerald Ash Borer.

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Rode Vocu, a 22-year-old, is facing a felony arson charge in federal court regarding the April 22 burning of the historic Elbowoods Memorial Church west of Raub.

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The rural water rate structure came under fire at the Garrison district’s annual meeting Saturday.

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Saluting the scouts
June 5, 2019

Saluting the scouts

Members of Young Hawk-Bear Legion Post 253 in White Shield went between cemeteries on the reservation May 30 to honor the men and women who fought for both American, and tribal, freedom.

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Ready to respond
May 29, 2019

Ready to respond

Garrison is becoming a safer place to live than ever before. As of Thursday, the city is now considered by the North Dakota Department of Health to be a “cardiac ready community.”

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After four years at Max Public School, Supt. Pat Windish will be leaving the Max School District. His last day with the district will be June 30.

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City officials offered the public a chance to give their two cents worth before Dollar General could build on the east edge of Garrison.

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New chaplain joins McLean County Jail

The McLean County Jail printed an advertisement earlier this year looking for a chaplain, someone to sit down and talk with the inmates a couple times a week about bible studies and personal struggles.

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Imagination Library popular program

Betsy Dalrymple could only have imagined how far the former first lady’s efforts would go.

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A Garrison food pantry is a few steps closer to reality.

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