McLean County Independent News

Max FFA  ‘Chapter of the Day’ at districts

What do study binders, blue corduroy jackets and hard work equal? It equals back to back to back to back to back to back to back “Chapter of the Day” for the Max FFA Chapter.

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A community threat assessment of Garrison’s trees was done recently and park board discussed the results and the subsequent grant received called North Dakota Forestry Service America the Beautiful Tree Planting for new boulevard and park trees.

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Some areas of Garrison High School aren’t compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations, even by 1950s standards.

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City council keeps Garrison on cutting edge technology

There are only two electric car charging stations in North Dakota and the next closest are in South Dakota, city auditor Diane Affeldt told city council at their meeting Monday evening.

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As the weather gives way to cooler temperatures, Dickens Village Festival committee is heating up as they begin to finalize plans for this year’s 25th celebration of the annual event.

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Many eggs and one basket
September 26, 2018

Many eggs and one basket

Time tangibly slows down when driving down the windy dirt road to Season Parlier’s house. Sounds of modern life fade away as clucking chickens and moos of a milk cow take over.

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September 19, 2018

Property taxes take a hike

Property taxes going to Garrison school will increase next year, it was confirmed at a tax levy meeting Sept. 12. The increase will amount to about $16.16 a year on a house valued at $100,000.

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Garrison recognized with Main Street award

Gov. Doug Burgum today announced Garrison is being recognized with the Main Street Excellence Award for their work on their Main Street. The 2018 Main Street Awards honor communities that show excellence in elevating the three pillars of the Main Street Initiative.

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To build or not to build? And how will the new White Shield Ambulance Service impact the Garrison ambulance’s bottom line and ability to build or thrive in its services?

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September 12, 2018

Bring on the corn

Aw Shucks! Corn Fest was, as always, a great way to wrap up the Summer and roll into Fall.

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