McClusky Gazette News

There were smiles over perceived problems becoming non-existent worries, excuses for lack of action on long-standing issues and permits for public impact issues.

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With a bit of miscommunication but a beautiful day to offset it, two fifth of May events were held in McClusky on Sunday, both feeding a large portion of the county and neighboring areas.

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Two sides seemed to be at odds with the same set of information at the recent meeting at city hall in McClusky.

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The Merchants Associ-ation heard hard numbers at their April meeting on April 23 at the Union.

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Imagine walking into a gym full of over 40 students, thinking you’d need to strain your voice to be heard.

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In an effort to expand house-building into Bakken as well as establish a permanent job source for central North Dakota, Rick Downs from American RTM Homes has been here and will appear again to offer McClusky a chance to use the former Polar Ware property in a new way.

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April 25, 2013

McClusky Prom Night

“Country Done Come to Town” was the theme for McClusky Prom 2013 on Saturday evening, April 20 at the high school gym. Twenty-three couples from McClusky, Drake, Goodrich, and Turtle Lake attended the Grand March.

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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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