McClusky Gazette News

With a rap, rap here and rap, rap there, the McClusky Elementary School’s spring concert entertained with old favorites, new styles, and a nostalgic mix of “Piney Mountain Home” and “Home on the Range.”

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In an excellent presentation on the action of storm and pre-storm weather conditions, the McClusky Ambulance service informed their members and other interested area residents on Thursday, April 26.

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In communities around the country, many local health care sites are staffed and supported by members of the National Health Service Corps (NHSC), a team of quality providers who bring services to communities with limited access to care. As they celebrate the 40th anniversary of their program this year, they are featuring one clinician a week, and this week the outstanding provider is Sarah Baker - a family nurse practitioner in McClusky, ND!

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The open position for county blade operator, for the Goodrich County Shop area, drew three applicants, none from Goodrich.

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With perhaps, a long history of being told otherwise, many patients are confused over what to do when they become ill.

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Sheridan County Shirley Mur-ray offers the following information about the upcoming June election processes.

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In observance of Government Week, the McClusky City Coun-cil offered grades seven through 12 a chance to watch city government in action.

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The newly created McClusky Job Development Authority, formed under Chapter 40-57.4 of the North Dakota Century Code upon suggestion of city attorney Walter Lipp’s advice, met for their first meeting, focusing on organization.

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The “Tastee Freeze” building is gone: quickly, cleanly, and with dignity. The landmark business in the community since the late 1950s, through several sets of owners, is no more.

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With eight members in attendance the McClusky Merchants Association held its regular meeting at The Union Grill on March 27.

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