McClusky Gazette News

August 6, 2014

Linden, love and lettuce

The yard of Duane (Rusty) and Lois Lasher is a peaceful place, the home of a couple who met in later life, after each losing their spouse to illness.

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July 31, 2014

Roping for a cure

The loss of a child, even though grown but still young, is a parent’s worst grief.

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Part of the fun of visiting the immaculate yards of Don and Susan Ebach is the humor attached to everything they do.

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Kathy Reiswig’s yard claimed honors to the McClusky JDA Yard of the Week competition, judged by Joey Belile. "It is a lot of work but worth it. I enjoy mowing with my self-propelled mower and listening to the birds in the yard. It is so peaceful."

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The contact was casual; a friend saw an ad on Facebook and told Steve Bennett that they were looking for a guy between 50 and 60 that worked on old cars as a hobby.

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His journey to sixty years in the Goodrich American Legion Club started with a World War I veteran and barber named Johnnie Wiersch. Wiersch told him to sign up for duty when draft age.

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With a love of color and a hard worker in all aspects of her life, Edna Neuharth enjoys her yard, maintaining the year-round duties by herself.

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With black iron cutouts of military figures in silhouettes of active action, an all-county veteran’s memorial was put into place on June 28 on the Sheridan County Courthouse front lawn.

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With an eye to making people unhappy no matter which way he called it, McClusky Merchants President Jeff Martwick put out the call to cancel the parades for Saturday morning after a long morning rain made things really wet and ugly.

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On Sunday, July 29, the final day of the Midsummer Fest event in McClusky, a magic show and a canoe races will complete the fun weekend for visitors and residents.

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