McLean County Independent News

Protecting the Protectors
November 20, 2019

Protecting the Protectors

Editor’s Note: “Boys with their toys.” That’s what the McLean County Independent called the armored vehicles the McLean County Sheriff’s Department purchased four years ago.

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“You just got to stay positive and optimistic and put one foot in front of the other.”

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We salute you
November 13, 2019

We salute you

For the second year in a row, students from both Garrison schools gathered for a Veterans Day program to honor vets from our community.

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For the first time since Garrison issued an ultimatum for Max to vote for a full sports co-op by December, representatives from the two school districts met for a co-op committee meeting Nov. 6.

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Residents will soon be penalized for parking overnight in a storm on Garrison’s emergency snow removal route, which provides emergency access to the CHI St. Alexius Heath and the Benedictine Living Center.

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GAIA highlighted by governor

Members of GAIA went to a Main Street Initiative Conference in Bismarck. Garrison was one of four cities chosen to be featured in Gov. Burgum’s keynote speech.

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Equipment failure causes blackout

It was late on a seemingly typical Thursday morning, but Krause’s closed up shop, Shannon Staehr standing guard by the doors and letting people know the refrigerators had to stay closed and the tills had quit running a half hour ago.

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As this newspaper is being printed, representatives from both the Garrison and Max FFA chapters are competing at the 92nd National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis.

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Squinting from his spot in Tokyo Bay in the summer of 1945, Garrison native Ed Boger could see the USS Missouri.

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Garrison makes happy hunting for vets

A rustling sound comes from the brush. This is it; this is the moment.

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