McClusky Gazette News

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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Clifford and Marvel Neff have a yard that at first glance, seems small. That is before you pass under the giant cottonwoods, pass by the ironwork bears, and greet the wood cat bearing the welcome sign.

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In line to play for the Mid-summer Fest in McClusky the last weekend in June is RJ Productions. The dance is on Friday night, McClusky Fire Hall, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.

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A group of veterans, McClusky and Goodrich Legion and Legion Auxiliary members, family and friends gathered on May 21 at McClusky City Hall Community Room to hear the information presented on Agent Orange, the defoliant and herbicide widely used in Viet Nam, and in specific locations for testing and other uses, before its toxic effects became known.

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Robert and Debra Parsons formally purchased the R and H Motel in McClusky from Elmer Laib on March 1 of this year, after spending two weeks prior to this "moving in."

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On May 8, Eunice Meidinger, Re-gional Volunteer Coordinator for the Senior Medicare Patrol, brought a virtual ton of helpful information to the McClusky Senior Citizens Center.

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