McClusky Gazette News

As reported in the Sheridan County Equalization report from Auditor Shirley Murray and Tax Equalization Director Tanya Mueller, the average value, after mapping corrections, will be $497.12 per acre.

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Good day for buying trees

The tree buyers showed up early, cars were waiting by 9 a.m., said SCSCD Manager Darci Gahner.

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Nicole Wardner, surrounded by friends and employees at the Sheridan County Courthouse Community Room, received thank you and good luck-wishes as she left for a new job.

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COVID-19 testing checks 98 in community

Northland Health Center worked with the ND State Health Dept. for a Community COVID-19 testing event. At McClusky, gathering for the drivethrough testing was on the east side of the Sheridan County Courthouse.

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Pick a Pearl Experience Grand Opening June 2

Perlita (Perla) Bisnan had a dream of building her own business in a small town.

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May 27, 2020

Memorial Day 2020

Every crisis has new heroes. During the 9/11 attacks, they were the first responders running into burning and crumbling buildings as others ran out.

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Ladies and gentlemen, the classes of 2020

We dedicate this issue to the graduating seniors from Goodrich and McClusky High Schools.

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A little push and masks appear

This spring, quilting was suspended at Grace Lutheran Church due to COVID-19.

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From N.D. Governor Doug Burgum “While this news is disappointing, Lt. Gov. Sanford and I are more determined than ever to find a path forward for Coal Creek Station that preserves high-paying jobs and keeps North Dakota’s most efficient and updated coalfired plant on the grid to ensure baseload power capacity for our state and the region,” Burgum said.

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Customers asking if there were face masks available put Perla Bisnan to work on her sewing machine.

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