McClusky Gazette News

They weren’t calling the wind “Mariah” on June 7. But the wind by any name helped accelerate the fire at the farm home, one of those prairie winds that wreak havoc on many occasions.

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The McClusky City Council addressed issues of concern for the citizens of the town at their June 13 meeting.

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It was good news and good news, CANDISC, Cycling Around North Dakota in Sakakawea Country, will be through Mc-Clusky in early August. There was no bad news.

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Roberta Hunt is the lone challenger on the ballot for the city seat on the McClusky School District board of directors.

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Denhoff, Goodrich and Mc-Clusky communities and American Legion members and Legion Auxiliaries spent time in organizing and executing special ceremonies for their fallen comrades as well as those who still serve or returned as veterans.

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Women of western North Da-kota, could you use two days of fun, fellowship and spiritual growth? Could you use some time devoted to promoting your physical, spiritual and emotional well being?

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Supt. Lee Kelm advised the McClusky School Board members that the bus barn agreement with Dennis Bertsch will not longer be in effect as Bertsch has secured a building better suited for his personal use closer to his home.

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With a farewell to his years of music instruction at MHS, Robin Erdmann presented the all-blue ribbon and star performance winners in concert for McClusky audience appreciation on May 5.

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Author Dr. Mary Ellen Erickson was at McClusky Elementary School signing books for Reading Month on May 2.

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With a string of blue ribbons to back up their talent, the McClusky Elementary students, under the direction of Robin Erdmann, performed their winning selections.

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