On August 21, several presidents visited the Sheridan County Courthouse for a “President’s Day” tour around the building. They also attended part of the special budget meeting that was being held. During the meeting, a copy of a letter from the Sheridan County Commissioners to Governor Hoeven was given to the three, Rodney Ness, President of the North Dakota Association of Counties, Terry Traynor, Director of Policy and Programs, NDACo, and Richard Cayko, President of the ND County Commissioners Association.
The battle lines are drawn. Should a 45-year-old state law requiring pharmacies to be majority-owned by a pharmacist remain intact? Should the law be scrapped? North Dakota remains the only state that requires most pharmacies to be majority owned by a pharmacist.
Though trained in mechanical engineering, with a bachelor’s degree from NDSU to back it up, Ben Wagner works as the bookkeeper at the McClusky Co-op Elevator, a position he volunteered to try. After the former bookkeeper Marilyn Schneider retired, he thought he could do it.
The accident scene was one all too familiar to farmers and others who use ladders: a ladder on a slick surface and a sudden slide. This slip resulted in a severely fractured right arm and an only slightly less injured left arm for Kevin Korus of Denhoff.
Bob Houser, Roger Olson and Arlington Helm, McClusky School District full time bus drivers, met with the McClusky School District Board members of the transportation committee, Brian Larson and Stacy Sease, to discuss the routes and other issues for the upcoming school year.
The Sheridan County Commission members Howard Erdmann and Shirley Jorgenson, accepted the bid from Wold Engineering of Bismarck, for the preparation of estimates for the repair of project SC-4211(062), regarding of a county road south of McClusky for 5.75 miles.
In the early morning hours of July 7, 2009, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Department was dispatched to a report of a shooting at 502 2nd Street East in McClusky. Upon arrival, Sheriff Trent Naser determined that the victim, Joshua Zeeb, age 29, of McClusky had been shot in the abdomen with a handgun.
In one of those sessions where negative attitudes hang in the air like clouds, the public meeting regarding the Renaissance Zone program was underway promptly at 6:30 p.m. on August 27.