McLean County Independent News

You can ask the girl to the dance, but she is going to need a lot more than an invitation.

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Damper on Dickens, second weekend set

First it was ice, then snow, then fog. Weather took a toll on the first weekend of the Dickens Village Festival, slashing the number of visitors and sales.

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If the co-op disagreement between Max and Garrison school boards was a football game, Max would be the team wanting to play by the previous rules and Garrison would be the team trying to rewrite the rule book.

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MAKING of a FESTIVAL
November 26, 2019

MAKING of a FESTIVAL

Jill Fuller is getting making her Christmas wishes come true early.

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Protecting the Protectors
November 20, 2019

Protecting the Protectors

Editor’s Note: “Boys with their toys.” That’s what the McLean County Independent called the armored vehicles the McLean County Sheriff’s Department purchased four years ago.

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“You just got to stay positive and optimistic and put one foot in front of the other.”

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We salute you
November 13, 2019

We salute you

For the second year in a row, students from both Garrison schools gathered for a Veterans Day program to honor vets from our community.

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For the first time since Garrison issued an ultimatum for Max to vote for a full sports co-op by December, representatives from the two school districts met for a co-op committee meeting Nov. 6.

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GAIA highlighted by governor

Members of GAIA went to a Main Street Initiative Conference in Bismarck. Garrison was one of four cities chosen to be featured in Gov. Burgum’s keynote speech.

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Residents will soon be penalized for parking overnight in a storm on Garrison’s emergency snow removal route, which provides emergency access to the CHI St. Alexius Heath and the Benedictine Living Center.

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