McClusky Gazette News

A 2003 study by CDC scientists published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) estimates that 36,000 people die each year from seasonal flu, and another 200,000 people are hospitalized. CDC recommends that everyone over the age of six months be immunized each fall with the flu vaccine.

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With a quick change of hands, the drive-in along Highway 200 in McClusky went from being Ms. J’s (Theresa Jorgenson) to Ms. Becky’s. The change happened officially on August 8th.

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Local roads need repairs in nearly the entire county. The accompanying photos to this article show the severity of the water damage this spring to county and township roads in Sheridan County.

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With a burst of high and dry-land energy, the McClusky community gathered in support of the flood victims of the Minot area. The victims included a former pastor and his wife, Charles and Susan Taft.

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With a burst of high and dry-land energy, the McClusky community gathered in support of the flood victims of the Minot area. The victims included a former pastor and his wife, Charles and Susan Taft.

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With tires and flags and a table of goodies to be won, Mechanics Plus handed out free food to a steady flow of happy customers and, perhaps, more customers to be.

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Interest in the vagaries of canola production opened the NDSU and McClusky Co-op Elevator Tour on Monday, August 15.

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Early risers were rewarded in both McClusky, on Thursday, and Turtle Lake, on Friday, with a free hot breakfast served by the Northland Community Health Center staff and board members.

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August 11, 2011

CANDISC rolls in and on

CANDISC visited McClusky again, an enjoyable experience for both bikers and the community. The first biker rolled into town in early morning and was reported jogging later in the day.

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August 11, 2011

Flood of Love

From Medora to Minot, from Williston to Bismarck/Mandan and it seems everywhere in between, communities and individuals across Western North Dakota have experienced millions of dollars in property damage caused by overland and river flooding and ground water seepage.

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