McClusky Gazette News

A completion of the Herb Pop-pke Collection has been announced by the NDSU Library in Fargo. Herb Poppke, a son of German Russian immigrants, was always a fervent supporter in researching and preserving his heritage. He was an avid writer, researcher and collector; especially of maps and books. Michael Miller announced the completion formally.

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Albert Block Post 56 of the Goodrich American Legion and Auxiliary celebrated its 95th birthday with a program on Tuesday evening, March 18, at the Goodrich School gym.

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With several open meetings between regular monthly meetings, plans for the McClusky Merchant Association’s Midsum-mer fest are coming to final stage. Posters will be made and available in the near future.

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With son Liam in tow; dog Jackson riding in back, Gable Rhoads returned home to McClusky in early summer of 2013. By July, she was employed by the Co-op Elevator as the secretary.

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It is time to rumble with the anniversary crowd at Holen’s Super Valu on their fourth anniversary celebration on Friday, March 28.

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The 2014 Sheridan Asso-ciation County Crop Day had 20 attendees at their March 12 meeting at McClusky City Hall Community Room.

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The McClusky School board moved through a variety of issues at its March 13 meeting.

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For those who knew the many-talented Rennich family, two books written by Mervin Rennich should come as no surprise as to clarity, story-telling ability and interesting anecdotes of life and work.

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March 12, 2014

Dining in the desert

In the land of little snow and many snowbirds, the residents, for however long, take time to find each other and renew old or make new friendships. One of the most popular things is eating together; then they discover fun things to do.

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By her own admission, Deb Rhoads affirms she is a strong-willed woman, but with a tender heart for the little ones in her care. ""I love children and they like me," she laughed. " I am firm but flexible."

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