McClusky Gazette News

On a warm day, with a warm welcoming crowd, two Goodrich School, class of 2014, seniors were sent on their way into the future, diplomas in hand, smiles on their faces.

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The McClusky City Council members were presented with a petition concerning the current ordinance on water service lines from McClusky resident Gerald Bertsch.

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Dan Klemisch welcomed everyone to the McClusky High School Awards Program held after the MHS Spring Concert on Tuesday evening, May 6, at the high school gym.

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Black and white formal dress, a pile of good manners, and some great music made up a special evening of entertainment at the McClusky School on May 6.

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May 7, 2014

A major convention

Last Friday, May 2, I attended the annual convention of the North Dakota Newspaper Association. Since I’m still a columnist, I could go representing the Gazette. I was there because I was due to receive a special award. More about that later.

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The best, or not, time of the year is evaluation time. Depends upon how well one likes finding out how his or her health, business or tax accountant did what one would like to see have happen.

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April 30, 2014

McClusky Prom Night

"A Field Dreams" was the theme for McClusky Prom 2014 on Saturday evening, April 26 at the high school gym. Twenty couples from McClusky and Drake attended the Grand March.

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The sharp little building along Highway 200 in McClusky has had new owners since last Nov 1. Alberta Voegele and husband William purchased the red and white drive-in from Ms Becky (Becky and Hienie Stein). It is now Bertsie’s Drive-In.

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Janie Stute was the Spring Show Event in Goodrich organizer and kitchen cook. The event held in the Goodrich School gym on April 5, featured the displays in the main area and lunch in the school cafeteria. Stute stated she served sloppy joes, hot dogs. and Coney dogs to more than 50 people who gathered to see what was new in products and to stock up on old favorites.

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If you don’t count the panic-inducing resignation of the city auditor, the McClusky City Council meeting got interesting about half-way through on Monday, April 14.

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