McLean County Independent News

There wasn’t a big clap of thunder or a strike of lightning to announce that Camp of the Cross Fellowship Center is nearly ready for occupancy.

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For those stepping up to serve their community, county or school, it’s not all a labor of love without a financial reward.

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A township many people may consider no-man’s-land was a bustling place 100 years ago.

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August 15, 2018

Taking risks

There’s an air of excitement mingled with apprehension at the Garrison schools this week.

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August 15, 2018

Dancing at the Fort

Garrison’s annual Beach Party is just around the corner. Garrison Chamber of Commerce and Fort Stevenson State Park are encouraging people the community to go and enjoy the summer weather before it’s too late.

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August 8, 2018

Run Nate Run

Runner Nate Peterson reached new heights – literally and figuratively – when he was the fastest male in the recent Maah Dah Hey Trail marathon in the Badlands.

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“It’s done and over with,” Alderman Glen Nygard said. “I make the motion that Ekstrom and Osterlund have completed what they needed to have done, and the fine will be removed indefinitely.”

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Students, parents, coaches and administrators in the communities of Garrison and Max have likely used the word “football” more in the past month than they ever have before.

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It was time for some good news. That’s what the Garrison School Board received at a July 25 meeting when Supt. Nick Klemisch provided the district with a report from a website called Niche that compiles research on colleges, schools and neighborhoods and creates rankings for the public.

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Last week Garrison Schools Supt. Nick Klemisch made a disheartening announcement at the regular Chamber of Commerce meeting.

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