McClusky Gazette News

Her two years at Northland Community Health Center in the McClusky Clinic have been enjoyable for Audrey Erdmann. Her work as a medical transcriptionist allow flexibility and use of the computer, both of which Erdmann enjoys.

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A degree from Wahpeton State School of Science as a Licensed Practical Nurse set Jolene Haux’ s path in motion for her current employment with Northland Community Health Center in Turtle Lake.

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She makes no bones about her role in providing the public with the best health care she can arrange or facilitate.

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The Minnkota proposed electric power transmission line path of possible tower sites is wide and spreads across the middle of the state from Center to Grand Forks.

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The continuing strong lead of Sarah Baker, BS, MSN, FNP, has been the focal point of medical service in the McClusky Clinic.

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In a shuffle of moves between California and Texas that require a scorecard and pencil, Victoria Oliver made more than a dozen moves in less than that many years when she was married.

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On November 9, 1968, 38-year-old Donna Michalenko of rural McLean County disappeared.

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They poured through the door like syrup onto pancakes, those hungry people in search of some good food.

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After a joint sports committee meeting on Oct. 26, between McClusky and Turtle Lake-Mercer School Districts, the McClusky full board met on Nov. 2 at 4 p.m. at the high school home economics room.

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With Mayor Theresa Jorgenson absent, Acting Council Chair Mark Miller led the group for the Monday, Nov. 2 meeting.

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