McClusky Gazette News

Her love for animals almost sent Laura Eide down the path to a veterinary career.

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There is a “Webster” in the English Dept. at the Goodrich School. While this one is also full of good words and works, it is not a Merriam-Webster reference volume but a flesh and blood Scott Webster.

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With a motion from Sheridan County Commissioner Michel Axt and a passing vote, the proposed Renaissance Zone project for assisting improvements and new developments, both commercial and residential, died. This happened at the regular Tuesday, October 6, meeting of the commission.

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The McClusky Horizons group, under the leadership of Larry Gessner, made public their strategic plan at a free breakfast event at McClusky City Hall on October 10.

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Looking over the choices to start her teaching career, Dawn Marie (Lambert) Krein chose McClusky. She is now the LD/MR teacher at McClusky Elementary School.

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The new head custodian at the McClusky School District is new to North Dakota. Richard Alan Tripp was born and raised in the western part of the U.S: born in Denver, CO and living there until he was ten when he moved to California. He has two brothers and one sister, with his dad living in Missouri and his mom in California.

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The bad news McClusky lost its grocery store on Saturday, Sept. 26.

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North Dakota is the leading producer of durum in the nation, on average producing nearly 60 percent of the U.S. crop.

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With the Sept. 8th opening of her new shop in McClusky, Melissa (Missy) Sease brought her whole family into the Main Street scene.

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The meter switch-over is scheduled to be complete this last week of September, with the likely finish day of Tuesday, according to Total Backflow Resources, Inc. representative Greg Ocean.

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