McLean County Independent News

July 8, 2015

Let the chips fall

Street chip sealing will begin in the next few days in Garrison. ASTECH Corporation is in charge of the project.

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Drums pounding in the distance, dazzling multi-colored feathers blowing in the Sakakawea breeze and dancers pounding the earth in a thunderous dance.

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The Max School Board would like to unload the rodeo grounds on the west side of the community.

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The first football game of the season for the Garrison-Max Troopers is about eight weeks away.

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When the school year resumes in a few weeks, 11 new staff members will greet students at Garrison Schools. The only position left to fill is special education.

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June 24, 2015

Time is ticking

Time is ticking to get your meal tickets for the tasty Pitchfork Fondue and Burger & Brats Picnic. Monday (June 29) is your last day to buy tickets to the meals. Both meals are open to the public, however you can only purchase your meal tickets in advance.

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June 17, 2015

Trail gains traction

The announcement that a Transportation Alternative Program grant of $80,000 has been approved for a proposed walking/hiking/biking trail in Wilderness Park received a round of applause from Garrison Chamber of Commerce members at their regular meeting Monday.

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Seventy is a good number if you are served by McLean Electric Cooperative.

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June 10, 2015

Storm clouds brewing

When it rains, it pours. That seems to be the conversation going around town since this past weekend.

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Steve Dangel is the new principal at Garrison High School.

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