McLean County Independent News

May 10, 2012

Attorney courted

The City of Garrison offers a wide variety of services, but in recent years, there is one service that has been about as illusive as that record walleye in Lake Sakakawea, the services of an attorney on a regular basis.

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Negotiations with Garrison educators this year are not strictly about the dollars in their paychecks.

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Amiable conversations two nights earlier turned to angst April 25.

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West McLean County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company, Minot, along with Family Mutual Insurance Company, have each been fined $10,000 for insuring property outside their territory and insured commercial properties inside the limits of an incorporated city.

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If Garrison teachers and board members agreed Wednesday night on next year’s salaries, one negotiator said it will be the quickest settlement in 10 years.

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Max has a new superintendent. School officials got a chance this past week to sit down with their top candidate to be the school’s next administrator.

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The proposed merger of the Falkirk Farmers Elevator and Hazen Farmers Elevator with CHS/Garrison Farmers Union Elevator could fall through.

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The verdict is final, and a segment of land of the Lewis and Clark School District in the Ryder area that supporters hoped would be annexed to Max will remain as is.

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Who says learning has to be having your nose stuck in a book, reading all those black letters on a white page. Why can’t it be fun?

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Unusually warm and dry conditions in the Missouri River basin during the month of March resulting in below normal runoff into the mainstem reservoir system for the first time since November 2010.

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