McClusky Gazette News

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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Co-op Elevator of McClusky held its annual meeting on Tuesday, March 12, at the McClusky City Hall starting with a noon meal catered by The Union Grill serving about 65 people.

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