McLean County Independent News

A Garrison food pantry is a few steps closer to reality.

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Imagination Library popular program

Betsy Dalrymple could only have imagined how far the former first lady’s efforts would go.

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McLean Electric Cooperative gave the first tug on pulling the rug out from under annexation plans to bring the proposed Dollar General into Garrison.

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Lady Troopers take 2nd and 3rd

The girls track team tied for second place with 75 points at the Underwood Meet on Thursday. Des Lacs/Burlington took first place overall with 91.5 points.

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Jessica Galloway and Marquise Hudgen are about to embark on a job change that started over coffee.

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Church burns, memories remain

The Elbowoods Congregational Church, one of the last standing buildings from Elbowoods, is now gone. It was burnt to the ground – allegedly by a 22-year-old arsonist.

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State qualifiers in Hazen outdoor meet

The girls 4x100 meter dash relay qualifies for the N.D. State Track Tournament. The relay consisted of Sarah Lagge, Illise Jennings, Gabby Hummel and Kaitlyn Klein.

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For several years, Dawn Kolden has been the driving force behind a program to feed hungry Garrison students.

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Spaces open for commercial rentals

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Scheme impacts elevators
April 17, 2019

Scheme impacts elevators

Hunter Hanson caused Brian Larson to lose some sleep last fall. Hunter Hanson is a 21-year-old grain dealer who allegedly bilked Manager Larson and the McClusky Elevator of $768,000.

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