“I am happy to be here,” smiled Cassie Busch, FNP-C, the new health care provider for Northland Community Health Care’s McClusky Clinic and Turtle Lake Clinic. “I appreciate everyone welcoming me after Sarah’s departure. My door is always open.”
In the only room outside of the courtroom large enough for the meeting, FEMA officials gathered with local officials and organized township representatives to discuss the funding and its requirements for emergency and permanent repairs.
With open faced-egg salad and hot ham and cheese sandwiches to tempt, along with a counter full of desserts and extra touches, Grace Lutheran Church held their annual rummage sale and lunch event on August 14.
Streets, one way or another, dominated the time at the August 12 meeting of the McClusky City Council.
Prices go up, even for schools. The fees and expenses okayed for increases, some not changed for several years are: Hot lunch, $2.25, elementary; $2.50, high school and guest student; $3, staff; adult guest, $3.25; breakfast, everyone, $1.25; milk, $.25.
With a lone volunteer to manage the proposed daycare, Ilene Gross, and a full table of those ready to discuss the issues, two representatives from the ND Child Care Resource and Referral Agency provided information on what it would take to start a daycare in McClusky.