McClusky Gazette News

With an eye to some leisure time at his lake home at Metigoshe, Robert Sorenson left his job at North Country Bank in McClusky on Feb. 5.

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Two couples have spent more time together in marriage than many other couples. Marvin and Mildred Kissee and Erwin and Wilma Pfennig,

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In 2008, Sharon Dennler moved to Goodrich, a change from her former busy life in the east and southeast portions of the US. She started her life in Glastonbury, CT,

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This past week, power outages caused by freezing rain and windy conditions left 31 people without power

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The attempted murder charge against Bradley Roth in the July 7,2009 shooting of his nephew Josh Zeeb, along with a misdemeanor charge for also shooting Zeeb’s motorcycle

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You can almost smell the cinnamon from the bakery and the aroma of coffee from the promised place to sit in the front of Holen’s Super Valu.

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The progress of new construction and facilities at Hoffer Lake, improved structure around Ag events as well as new community events, including the NDSU-sponsored Annie’s Project,

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With a big and generous heart behind what she does within her own life, Janneen Piper was also quick to point out the generous and sympathetic communities of Goodrich,

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In the face of increased supplier costs of water, the McClusky City Council members voted to increase the basic water rate by $1 a month.

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Empty for a long time, long enough to dim hope in this small town, the small downtown bar, formerly “The Double Vision Bar,” is open again.

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