McLean County Independent News

A handful of complaints about dust being emitted from the new CHS Garrison Regional Terminal has elevator officials diligently looking at options to resolve the problem.

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An event planned by Hunter’s Bar & Grill Jan. 14-15 raised eyebrows at Monday’s Garrison City Council meeting. The establishment is promoting a show called "California Bad Girlz." The show is billed as a burlesque show and bikini revue.

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A meeting to inform a Garrison Chamber committee about a capital campaign to build a new resource center in Washburn took an unexpected turn Monday.

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Two people were injured, one seriously, Christmas Eve, when the vehicle they were in left North Dakota Highway 1804 west of White Shield and overturned. In the roll-over, one individual was ejected from the vehicle.

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School officials at Garrison and Max will bring their respective school bond issues before patrons in February.

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The City of Riverdale is currently without a mayor again following the resignation of Mayor Marc Schulz at the end of the Monday, Dec. 8 council meeting in Riverdale.

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December 17, 2014

From England with love

Nick Marsden and Bill Saunders, along with their wives, April and Mary, and the Marsden’s son, Maddox, all of Minot, came to Garrison this past Saturday to enjoy the Dickens Village Festival.

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Volunteers will be packing baskets for Gifts from the Heart beginning at 9 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Garrison Saturday.

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Veteran McLean County Deputy Richard Johnson has been named the county’s new chief deputy sheriff.

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December 10, 2014

Singin' about the lake

A poet and songwriter in Texas who never fished Lake Sakakawea wrote a song about it. The tune, aptly called "Lake Sakakawea," tells the story of forsaking all other activities to fish the lake.

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