McClusky Gazette News

February 7, 2018

Remembering winter

Local reports during the blizzards mentioned in Dakota Datebook in this issue of the Gazette showed the personal impact of winter storms on rural communities.

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It was on this date in 1949 that the North Dakota Air National Guard was called up to drop feed for stranded starving animals in the western part of the state, where a storm had dumped 16 inches on top of the 14 that were already on the ground.

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The presentation at Grace Lutheran Church this fall, touched many hearts and allowed a glimpse into the hearts of both donor and recipient in organ transplants.

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There were about 10 people present for the irrigation meeting in Turtle Lake in early January at the Turtle Lake American Legion Hall.

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Sheridan County Extension Agent Nicole Wardner held the first advisory council meeting last Thursday in the McClusky City Community Room.

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The answer to the question “what are you going to be when you grow up” may be a little easier for several area students after trying out what the SmartLab has to offer at the Underwood School Thursday and Friday.

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The items on display at the January McClusky School Board meeting were faucets from the elementary and hanging pocket file for cell phones.

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The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Department can help you before you are in trouble.

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Familiar with animals since her days growing up on the family farm, Janine has worked as vet assistant, receiving training and certifying in this area in college.

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There were firm plans, a change in direction and lots of enthusiasm at the January 14 JDA meeting.

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