McLean County Independent News

“I will work as long as I can still move around.” Those are the words of 90 year-old Jim Hummel, who was happy to hear he would be returning to work this spring.

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February 14, 2018

Treating a nursing shortage

Those in the Garrison area who wanted to be a Licensed Practical Nurse or a Registered Nurse, but weren’t able to go to college, may get a second chance.

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February 14, 2018

Camp feels the generosity

For the past five years, Camp of the Cross Ministries has been working diligently to achieve the goal of a new Fellowship Center.

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Among countless events within the community, Garrison is well know for neighboring Lake Sakakawea and its fantastic fishing.

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February 7, 2018

A howlin’ good business

Garrison’s Main Street business district is going to the dogs.

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The Garrison Area Improvement Association had a busy 2017. At the annual meeting Monday, GAIA told a full room of the many grants and accomplishments the group did in the past year.

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January 31, 2018

Taking another swing

Garrison and Max plan co-op meeting There may be just 18 miles between Garrison and Max, but every mile, down to the inch, was felt at both cities’ school board meetings Jan. 24.

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Anyone who had business at the Garrison United States Department of Agriculture office, Monday, was out of luck.

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Steve Boyle, formerly of Garrison, wasn’t awakened by his alarm clock early Tuesday morning, but by being violently shaken by an earthquake.

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Garrison residents are reminded that vehicles must be moved off streets to allow for proper clearing following snow events, like the area experienced the past week.

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