McLean County Independent News

Navigating chaos
January 23, 2019

Navigating chaos

First responders share stories of danger, loss Standing on a highway with traffic careening by is challenging, according to Janis Sloka, Garrison fireman.

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Home for the Holidays
January 16, 2019

Home for the Holidays

The high school gym was adorned with buffalo plaid and winter snowmen. The Just for Kix held its annual winter program Sunday evening with all four groups dancing.

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State Senator Howard Anderson, representing District 8 of Turtle Lake, isn’t a fan of the Garrison school superintendent’s idea of using Legacy Funds for building improvements.

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State Senator Howard Anderson, representing District 8 of Turtle Lake, isn’t a fan of the Garrison school superintendent’s idea of using Legacy Funds for building improvements.

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About ten local elementary and high school teachers are currently in school or headed back this summer to pursue Masters degrees, and one teacher is working towards her Doctorate.

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Lives washed away
January 9, 2019

Lives washed away

Lake Sakakawea may be a summer destination for some, but for others, the water stands as an everlasting symbol — a symbol of life destroyed for those that lived in the Missouri River Valley prior to 1954.

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Addressing county noncompliance

A problem that the North Dakota state legislature tried to resolve nearly 30 years ago is still an issue.

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January 3, 2019

The bottom of the barrel

Even though McLean County sits on the very edge of Bakken country, not breaking the top ten for North Dakota’s oil producing counties, it is feeling the brunt of oil prices that continue to drop.

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“I continue to pursue options on our buildings.” That was the word from Nick Klemisch, Garrison superintendent, speaking to the school board Dec. 20.

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Rations are low, crew is disgruntled

The year is 1495. You’ve spent another week at sea. The captain reports the ship is making 70 to 80 miles a day, but think it’s closer to 90.

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