McLean County Independent News

Saturday, people of all ages have the opportunity to learn where their maple syrup and other popular products come from.

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The ugly duckling has turned into a swan. At least that’s what members of the Garrison-Max Ambulance Service think after seeing the transformation of their decommissioned rig.

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March 22, 2017

Bidding in the budget

The Wilderness Park project is taking a big step toward completion.

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The Garrison School Board is putting sportsmanship under the microscope.

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March 15, 2017

The never ending chain

Many math students around the country celebrated March 14 in a big way, Tuesday. The day. called Pi Day, is celebrated around the world.

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The wait is over and all but three employees of the Max School were put at ease when names were read for the Reduction in Force process at a special meeting of the Max School Board last Thursday.

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March 8, 2017

A new building?

The Garrison-Max Ambulance Service hopes it qualifies for an Oil Impact Grant.

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Who will be behind the wheel when it comes time for Garrison and Max students to learn driver’s ed this summer?

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When it comes to being a seed farm, there is a lot more work and expense than people realize, according to Bob Finken and Chris Sobieck, owners and operaters of Finken Farms and Seeds

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February 22, 2017

It’s all about the ask

Should hunters be required to ask property owners permission to access their land before hunting?

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