McLean County Independent News

Called to Care is the theme of this year’s Emergency Medical Services Week.

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May 11, 2016

The aviator

Garrison’s Jerry Miller is one who looks to the sky. If he’s not farming, he’s often flying.

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Air traffic at the Garrison Airport is nonexistent this summer. That doesn’t mean it’s quiet.

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In the next few weeks, the Kota Theater in Garrison will set a milestone – the half-a-million-dollar mark in gross ticket sales.

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A group of concerned citizens is asking that the speed limit along a portion of North Dakota Highway 37 be reduced from the present 45 mph to 25 mph.

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Garrison High School students are receiving some hands on training in first aid.

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And the two shall become one.

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The horse left the barn. That was the take by the Friends of Lake Sakakawea board Friday when they met with the representatives of state and federal agencies, the Tribe and congressional delegation.

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April 20, 2016

April showers

Frowns and worried brows on the faces of area producers have turned into smiles following five days of steady to intermittent rain.

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Garrison is noted for being the home to a number of landmarks – Wally the Walleye, Dickens Village Festival, Lake Sakakawea and the "Hot" and "Cold" twin water towers.

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