McClusky Gazette News

Hunter Hanson caused Brian Larson to lose some sleep last fall. Hunter Hanson is a 21-year-old grain dealer who allegedly bilked Manager Larson and the McClusky Elevator of $768,000.

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Legion Post 124 celebrates Centennial birthday

The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary, Post 124, of McClusky celebrated the 100th birthday of the American Legion on Sunday, April 7, 2019 at the McClusky Elementary School.

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On March 19, McClusky Junior High and Senior High Acalympic teams traveled to Wing for the Acalympic meet.

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Sugar-coated ninth anniversary observed

The ninth anniversary of Holen’s Super Valu in McClusky was a sweet one.

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Learning about robots at Family STEM Night

The McClusky Public Schools held Family STEM Night Thursday evening at the high school gym. Approximately 50 students and children, along with their parents, attended this event.

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The erratic weather patterns hindered the usual judging year with canceled contests and practices. Sheridan County 4-H members were able to persevere with some excellent results.

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Centennial American Legion birthday observance done in style

The Goodrich School gymnasium’s seats were full of friends, family, and many other supporters from neighboring towns and American Legion Posts on March 19 for the observance of the Centennial birthday of the American Legion.

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McClusky School Music Director Susan O’Neil told the audience the five-grade levels concert would be 20 minutes long.

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McClusky FFA prepares for State CDE’s

Due to weather, three FFA contests were canceled this judging season: Little International (February 8), Kindred (February 9) and Carrington (March 9).

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Following an earlier pre-city meeting with city maintenance Tom Giese, Moore Engineering and Tand Construction brought their plans for better communication to the March 11 regular meeting of the McClusky City Council.

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