McClusky Gazette News

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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A few weeks after they opened for business, Ms. Becky’s held an open house, with “free stuff” for old, new and getting-acquainted customers.

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Sarah Baker, recognized recently as the 2012 North Dakota Nurse Practitioner of Excellence for the Amer-ican Academy of Nurse Prac-titioners, was the recipient of a surprise celebration of her accomplishment on July 13.

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The McClusky Lions gave a group thank you to all those who have helped the club be successful this past year.

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With a huff, puff, push and pull, and some help from the sturdy steering wheel at times, entrants tried to “make the mark” or at least get farther along the pavement than anyone else in their bracket.

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The McClusky Grand Parade was led by the Kiddie Parade this year, with a start a little late due to shuffling of escort vehicles and riders who were doing double-duty in both events.

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Don Gackle’s death this past Sunday leaves behind a lifetime of achievements.

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New construction and older homes getting some nice face lifts have made the town and surrounding area look more modern and clean. Old homes that undergo a transformation, or just a new window treatment, remind us what a little tender, loving care can do.

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The words of former West River Telecom manager Dale Albers 40 years ago still ring true today for WRT: “We’re optimistic as heck.”

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