McClusky Gazette News

September 6, 2012

62 Years Later

This is the story of two grade school girls, the best of friends. One is Joyce Heller Korwin, the other Joyce Anderson Kahler, who tells this story.

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Anamoose and Goodrich residents both had corn on the cob to eat on August 19.

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Counselor Rick Heidt was a teacher for 14 years and an assistant principal for 17 years.

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High on a hill, surrounded by the peace of tall, waving grass, shade and fruit trees, remnants of buildings and landmarks barely visible, the descendants of Tharald G. and Bertha Hegney came to share memories.

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The McClusky City Council’s agenda listed signs, a building permit and contracts for a business initiative.

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McClusky produce farmer Eden McLeod hosted a farm tour on Thursday, Aug. 9, from 1-5 p.m. co-sponsored by FARRMS and Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture at Dakota College in Bottineau.

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A repeat newcomer to Mc-Clusky, LuAnn Kissee has brought pain and sinus relief as well as soothing body butter.

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Lending official clout and regulations to the changes already set in motion by the McClusky School Board in last year’s menu, the more fruit and vegetable program was affirmed at the July 31 annual and monthly meetings.

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At their regular monthly meeting on July 24, the McClusky Merchants Asso-ciation members took time to review the changes, the needs and the successes they had in their earlier-than-usual Midsummer Fest.

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With ten of the current twelve McClusky Farmers Market ven-dors present for the second week of selling fresh produce and other homemade or homegrown items, the day proved a windy challenge to visitors and vendors alike.

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