McClusky Gazette News

Lelm anniversary celebrated in style

A good chunk of central North Dakota gathered at McClusky City Community Center on Saturday to celebrate Glen and JoAnn Lelm’s 60th anniversary.

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The special meeting of the McClusky City Council was held in the community center of city hall on Monday, September 24. The issues were the changes in the work order for a portion of the water pipe project along Highway 200.

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Budget, benefit, Brenda and bow-wows

The public meeting regarding the McClusky City Park District brought none of the public to the meeting at 6:30 p.m. on September 18.

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September 19, 2018

Corn feed turnout light

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City-wide rummage offers treasures new homes

The Saturday, city-wide rummage sale, highlighted by the estate sale of Freida Feickert’s family, had Goodrich buzzing with traffic.

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Moore Engineering representatives Josh Feil and Luke Arnold, presented items for motions that included invoice payments contingent upon Rural Development approval, status of project and loan program signup for future project eligibility.

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McClusky High School reunion held in Bismarck

The McClusky High School reunion of the classes 1957 through 1963 was held in Bismarck, August 17 and 18. Festivities began at the Holiday Inn Hotel on Friday evening with a social gathering of 52 alumni, spouses, friends, and former faculty member Al Schmierer and wife Carol.

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Shannon Dieterle ran in the June primary for the commissioner’s seat for District 1 in Sheridan County under the encouragement of friends, with stronger urging from his Granville Township board. “I thought about it up to the last minute. It is the first board position I have ever run for.”

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With 12 to 12 ½-foot tall corn, many silage pits should be full, cows happy, and farmers in the cornfields chopping three weeks early.

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August 22, 2018

School started August 21

Summer is over; school started on Tuesday of this week.

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