McClusky Gazette News

Heart of Dakota Packing receives grant award notice

Derek Ebach, Heart of Dakota Packing owner and manager, received notice of that the entity was a recipient of the North Dakota Meat Processing Cost Share Program award by the ND Department of Agriculture as of June 22.

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Push mowers were lead items on the cemetery report for the McClusky Park Board from Tammy Nordquist on July 16. The Pulsar, the new one, worked for three months and quit.

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4-H Exhibitors excel for 2020 judging

Sheridan County 4-H Achievement Days were held on June 30, July 1 and 2, differently due to Covid-19 precautions. Sheridan County 4-H abided by NDSU’s regulations, which are stricter than state regulations.

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Lane Rhoads glad to be home

Escorted by the Sheridan County Sheriff Department, McClusky Fire Department, and the McClusky Ambulance Service, Lane Rhoads returned home after 42 days of care at Sanford Hospital in Bismarck and the Vibra Hospital of Central Dakota acute care facility in Mandan.

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Organizational meeting adds two new-to-council members

The fourth Tuesday of June is the election year time to reorganize the city council.

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The following article was originally sent to Virginia Hieb Wanzek, Ruth Hempel Shearer, Delaine Popke, Floyd Pounds (Carol Hempel), Dean Hempel, Bob Hempel, Roy Dockter, and Irene Popke Carter.

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Gift, surprises and brunch for Red Hats

With Chef Allen (Todd) Hicks at the stove, a dry run of the future menu, a birthday surprise, and a room full of red-hatted women started Monday off with a good mood.

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Carefully hidden in his studio apartment behind the gift shop, Allen (Todd) Hicks has been furnishing and stocking the Bear Country Gifts and Deli. “Everyone calls me Todd,” he explains.

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Flag flies with honor over veterans’ white crosses

Nothing beats a bright sunny day with a light wind and a flag sailing over an honored spot, be it a cemetery, government building or site, school, private home or business.

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During what normally would have been the beginning of a busy season, Jeff Baker of Rez Famous Lemonade on the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation is kicking off June with local lemonade sales to drive-up customers.

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