McLean County Independent News

After years of supporting the American Cancer Society, the McLean County Relay for Life was eliminated by budget cuts.

read more

What is the need and what is the wish, and trying to meld the two for the best possible solution at Garrison School is the $8.6 million-dollar question.

read more

What is Garrison known for? Some would say fishing or being a “pretty city.” However, to most, Garrison is famous for its wide array of events that fill the summer months, along with the Dickens Village Festival.

read more

 Farmers on the northern end of the county will have a little more breathing room than anticipated after commissioners gave the go-ahead on powerline placement easements.

read more

North Dakota’s got a notoriety of being flat. But it’s got the Turtle Mountains, Killdeer Mountains and the Badlands.

read more

In 2002, a new, diverse business was started in Garrison. One where beautiful, lush plants grew in the greenhouse and a catering business was offered with several menu options.

read more

The National Walleye Tour is approaching rapidly as registration begins next week Wednesday. Pros and amature fishermen will launch from Garrison Bay Marina at Fort Stevenson State Park Thursday, May 11, and Friday, May 12.

read more

April 26, 2017

A whole new ball game

A full co-op between Garrison and Max for extracurricular activity is under consideration by both districts.

read more

April 26, 2017

Weathering the elements

What will the coming summer’s weather bring? How many 60-plus mph wind events will there be? How much rain will fall? Will there be a tornado? The last reported was in 2007.

read more

April 19, 2017

Cleaning up the Earth

The time has come to get yards cleaned up. The landfill will open for the season Friday. Hours will be the same, Fridays from 1-5 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. – noon and 1-5 p.m.

read more

The Weather Network