McClusky Gazette News

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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Sometimes, you just get lucky. A bank is a good place to have this happen; even better when you need to write about the event.

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The Sheridan County 4-H Dairy Cattle Judging team attended their first state contest June 5, in Fargo.

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A memorial garden went into the ground in front of McClusky’s Northland Clinic building on Tuesday evening, June 5. It is between the main entrance doorway steps and the handicap ramp on the east side of the clinic.

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Dark and low-volume water for residents were the main concerns and questions for Steve Murray, city maintenance for McClusky at the regular monthly meeting on June 11.

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After many years of attempted repair of wood signs and unsightly weathering and deterioration, the McClusky Lions replaced the two signs on either side of the city limits.

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Several openings, few challenged, are up for voter’s decisions in the county, city and school elections this year. Four measures, plus state and federal offices, give voters chances to make their voices heard in many directions.

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Specialist Jennifer Joyce, 116th Public Affairs Detachment, Bis-marck, was the speaker for the McClusky American Legion James Roberts Post 124 Memorial Day program. Joyce explained the term “decorate,” in reference to the former term for the observance: “Decoration Day.”

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Joining other towns and military branches in celebrating the Memorial Day observance under heavy skies, the Goodrich American Legion again honored both the Denhoff and Goodrich fallen veterans with a service at the respective cemeteries. Lacey Piper played “Taps” for the rituals.

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