McClusky Gazette News

April 25, 2013

McClusky Prom Night

“Country Done Come to Town” was the theme for McClusky Prom 2013 on Saturday evening, April 20 at the high school gym. Twenty-three couples from McClusky, Drake, Goodrich, and Turtle Lake attended the Grand March.

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With a down to business, professional attitude and a love for nature, Brenda Potts, science instructor at McClusky High School for just one year, volunteered her experience in wildlife pest control for the city of McClusky.

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No one was moving around much as the highway closings crept in from the west and south, eventually reaching up to Highway 2 on the northern tier of the North Dakota.

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The McClusky City Council meeting on Monday, April 8, evolved into a mini-session on skunks. Present for information sharing was Brenda Potts, instructor at the McClusky High School, a person with much experience in trapping this striped wildlife species.

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With the goal of being the fourth person to complete the entire North Country Trail from Garrison, ND to Crown Point, New York, even planning to add on the still-unofficial 40 miles to the western edge of Vermont, Luke Jordan set out on Wed, March 27, 2013.

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They are a couple who appear to be celebrating each day of being together. They met at a church prayer meeting, with Luanne holding onto a list of her specifications for a man.

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Without a sign of wearing out from her organization and delivery of customer celebratory events, Diane Holen and husband Scott again put on a “feed.”

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On a cloudy and ominous day, a bit chillier than the norm, a hot breakfast awaited the faithful supporters of the Goodrich community.

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Tom Giese gathered a majority vote at the special meeting of the McClusky City Council on Monday, March 25.

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The first fundraiser by the McClusky Locals was a sell-out success.

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