McClusky Gazette News

Danny Elvis, known in real life as Dan Wagner, is enthusiastic in his praise for Elvis Presley, the famous singer for whom he offers his personal tribute.

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The main parade started at 11 a.m. and proceeded south down Main Street, moving past announcer Jeff Martwick at the corner by the post office. Entries included:

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Horses were a main love in Myron Morris’ life, said his longtime partner of 19 years, Deanna Lebanch. She told that he had a way with them, just a few words and they would quiet down and do whatever Morris asked of them.

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The kiddie parade started out very quickly down the street this year. There were 12 entries.

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From rummage sales with car parts to Playskool toys, Friday, June 23, will offer daylong events to keep everyone busy.

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The McClusky Senior Center was filled with a “family of friends” according to the card read by Mildred Kissee. The June 15 event was centered on Mildred and Marvin Kissee’s planned departure to live in another state.

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Daughter Misty Galvin and son Damon Tessmann helped their dad Roger Tessmann, a Vietnam veteran, when he took his Legion jacket off to show his vest to the audience during the Goodrich Memorial Day program.

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The Randy James Band will bring good music to the Midsummer Fest this year, a band popular in the central North Dakota area. The band recently played in Washburn for Riverboat Days and at Chester’s Tavern in Mercer.

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People do not get to choose where they are born. The truly lucky ones are both born into a country where the ideal foods for health grow and also born into a family with good genes.

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