McClusky Gazette News

September 3, 2014

Last of yard awards

With fern peonies spent and drooping, Helen and Herb Grosz’ flowers in the front yard showed their last bit of color from among their pottery and ceramic friends.

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September 3, 2014

Fire destroys truck

An electrical malfunction was labeled as the cause of a blaze which dramatically destroyed the major portion of a 1990 Kenworth hot mix hauling truck.

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August 27, 2014

Always a common ground

Jennifer Meserole is the new auditor for the city of McClusky. She comes to the job with a varied background of work, the most recent that of a certified technologist.

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The McClusky City special meeting dealt with three issues on August 22. The meeting was held at 7:30 a.m. in the council chambers.

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When the retirement dreams of teaching and dancing ended in a car accident on glare ice north of McClusky, it was a struggle for Brian Tinker to adjust to giving up his life’s foremost interest.

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Concerned with the number of dead and dying elm trees in the park, McClusky Mayor Roberta Hunt called the ND Forest Service for help. Joel Nichols, Community Forestry Specialist from Bismarck, agreed to travel to McClusky and inspect the trees.

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August 13, 2014

Meticulous urban yard

From an upbringing in a family of 14 that stressed children doing chores in a disciplined environment, Arvin Helm carries his gardening into his front yard with the same well-groomed care that the rest of his property receives.

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Orthodontist Dan Keith started out for law school. It was in his teen years that he had a change of heart. Instead of following the dream he had since he was five years old to be a lawyer, he did a "180 and went dental."

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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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