McClusky Gazette News

Full house for appreciation supper

The annual McClusky Sportsman’s Club show of appreciation for landowners allowing hunting on private property was held at the McClusky Community Center at city hall on January 13. A free supper was served to everyone who attended: young and old, hunter and landowner.

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McClusky Park Board receives three donations

It was a night to warm the cockles of park board members’ hearts. Three $20,000 donations were received from the J. Arthur and Lillian Froehlich Trust, one apiece for each division of service: swimming pool, city park, and McClusky Cemetery.

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It was rotating available places to park followed by NO place to park later in the afternoon last Saturday by the McClusky High School gym.

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Tammy Nordquist put her life skills and enthusiasm for doing a job well together when she took the job as groundskeeper for the McClusky Cemetery. Here, she said, she had found the “Best job I ever had.”

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McClusky auditor completes certification

Wayne Houston, auditor for the city of McClusky, completed the Auditor’s Certification Program with the North Dakota League of Cities.

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This newspaper and others across the state are providing coverage of the 2019 North Dakota Legislature through the efforts of reporting interns Bilal Suleiman and Diane Newberry.

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Donation supports history preservation

Through the forward thinking people of the community, now deceased, the work of preserving the past and the lessons it contains in history and area developments continues.

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Saueressig Farm Centennial celebration

“Farming communities are special because the connective tissue that binds them together is rooted in the understanding that there are no prohibitive barriers between friend, family, or neighbor.

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Goodrich school presents Christmas favorites

Goodrich School’s music department held its Christmas concert on Tuesday evening at the Goodrich School, under the direction by LaDonna Erdmann.

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After the Parade of Bumbling Soldiers, performed by the 7-12 grade band opened the program, it was “Band on the Housetop” by the 5-6 grade band.

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