McLean County Independent News

It’s time to look to the future. Garrison School is in the midst of a growth spurt. Space is at a premium at both the high school and elementary school.

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McLean County authorities say they are close to wrapping up a number of burglary cases in the northern part of the county.

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October 7, 2010

Burglars strike again

Two more Garrison businesses were broken into this past week.

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The City of Garrison has placed a moratorium on construction of what it calls oversized pole barns or buildings in the city.

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“It’s the right decision for the future.” Although the words were spoken by Ladd Erickson, McLean County state’s attorney, nobody in the room disagreed.

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September 30, 2010

Oil activity reaches Douglas

Oil activity has reached Douglas. No wells are being drilled in the vicinity, but the community has become the site of a depot that provides specialized ceramic sand to well sites in northwest North Dakota. The facility is located on a rail spur near the former Douglas elevator.

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September 23, 2010

5o years of harvesting history

It’s dubbed the largest steam threshing show in North Dakota. And this year it will be celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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Although almost a million dollars have been spent on improvements to the Garrison schools in the past few years, a committee of board members and faculty made plans Tuesday evening for more projects.

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Naysayers: hold on to your woolie socks.

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There are some new rates for use of the Garrison City Auditorium.

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