McLean County Independent News

City council tabled the decision for a conditional-use permit at its meeting Tuesday night. The permit was requested by Jake Lambert for “the ballroom” on the south end of Main Street for a taxidermy and custom furniture refinishing business.

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Monsters on the loose downtown

It’s that time of year again. The wind is crisp, the air smells like fireplaces and the leaves have fallen. Even a few flakes have fallen. With that comes the annual Sakakawea Area Optimist Club’s Halloween Party.

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October 31, 2018

All eyes on North Dakota

Midterm election races heat up Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer and incumbent Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp are in a close and heated race for the U.S. Senate seat. Republicans are looking to maintain their control of Congress, while Democrats are aiming for a midterm blue wave to shift control away from the president’s political party.

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WWIA visits Garrison
October 31, 2018

WWIA visits Garrison

Wounded Warriors in Action (WWIA) made its first visit to North Dakota last weekend with a trip to Garrison for a pheasant hunt.

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Garrison Superintendent Nick Klemisch told the school board cross country skis provided an opportunity to nurture the school’s relationship with Fort Stevenson State Park, as well as more outdoor recreation for all citizens. During the meeting last Tuesday night, the board agreed.

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White Shield school hosts open house

The open house at White Shield School last week commemorated a journey littered with challenges and shone a spotlight on a community dedicated to educating its youth.

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

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