McClusky Gazette News

The Legion members and auxiliary held their annual birthday program and cake and ice cream lunch for Albert Block Post #56 on March 15.

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With opening dates set and discarded for various unplanned adjustments that come with opening a business, Holen’s Super Valu is in gear to open March 30.

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Building a long-distance, high-voltage transmission line doesn’t happen over night. It happens over years.

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If energy is needed for creativity, Delores Helm has both, in spades. While she sometimes questions her own quota of patience, her willingness to help others learn crafts and sewing skills seems endless.

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It is the start of one of the most unpopular seasons for both residents and city council members: snow melt and spring complaint season. As they discussed other issues at their regular meeting on March 8, comments

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Sheridan County Farm Bureau will be “Playing it Safe with Farm Safety,” for this year’s celebration of North Dakota Farm Bureau Week, March 7-13.

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The 2010 North Dakota Academic All-State Teams have been selected.

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The McClusky Horizons group is actively pursuing fresh vegetables for the consumer in McClusky and also trying to create some added economic incentives for growers.

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February 25, 2010

Haiti… forever changed

McClusky physician, Sarah Baker, FNP, who cares for many residents at the local Northland Community Health Center clinic, happened to be on a medical mission on the Island of Gonave on January 12, 2010, when the Haiti earthquake took place. Gonave is an island of Haiti, located to the west-northwest of Port-au-Prince.

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Robert Larson succeeded Robert Sorenson in the president’s position of the McClusky based North Country Bank as well as the Underwood branch.

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