McClusky Gazette News

Gov. Doug Burgum announced that Baleigh Ripplinger of McClusky is being recognized with the 2019 Main Street Legendary Young Leader Award.

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Halloween filled with happy trick or treaters

The kids from the McClusky Elementary boarded the high flatbed to ride uptown and around the stores to receive the treats the merchants had put out for them.

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Members of the McClusky Merchants Association gathered at the Union Grill at noon for their regular fourth Thursday of the month meeting.

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Anderson enjoys best of both worlds at his new job

Ethan Anderson is the new mechanic at Mechanics Plus, versed in the mechanical skills he learned from his grandfather Kenny Berge and fine-tuned at the Bismarck State College’s Automotive Technology where he earned his Associate’s Degree in that field.

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Sheridan Animal Hospital holds two open house events

With Merck sponsoring the fall calf-vaccine sale with burgers and all the trimmings, the Sheridan Animal Hospital site in McClusky held the first of its events on Monday, October 21.

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With just five past-due accounts to have service shut off after 90 days’ past-due deadline payment failure, the other payments are coming in better since the new 60 day past-due warning notices have gone out, said McClusky City Auditor Wayne Houston.

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With two members absent from the October meeting, Stacy Sease and Heidi Strobel, the McClusky School District board approved the completed budget for the new school year, 3-0, Roberta Hunt, Brian Larson and Todd Rath voting.

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McClusky School holds music concert

McClusky Music Department. held its fall concert on Thursday afternoon, October 10, at the high school gym.

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Sheridan County 4-H Awards recognize achievements

Sheridan County 4-H Council held its annual Awards Banquet on October 4 at the McClusky Elementary School. The theme was “4-H, the POWER of YOUth.”

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It was the way things go, some projects get held up by the slow project in front of them, some by snow and rain, and some by things one can’t predict, or even understand why, when they happen.

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