McClusky Gazette News

People do not get to choose where they are born. The truly lucky ones are both born into a country where the ideal foods for health grow and also born into a family with good genes.

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With the heavier investments for the future in the fields of education and mechanical skills, the six graduates of McClusky received their diplomas among  many family and friends who gathered  on Sunday.

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Noah Vance Tripp was a class unto himself. He was valedictorian, champion for all his teachers, eager to learn and a best friend to Nicholas for seven years.

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Six seniors will graduate from McClusky High School at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 28.

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The local American Legion, Post 124 and the American Legion Auxiliary (ALA) proudly carry on the tradition of Memorial Day observance in the community.

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Tom Kalb came back with more of his lawn growing and care tips for the annual 2017 Spring Fling in McClusky on May 10 at the McClusky City Hall. Approximately 30 women came to listen as Tom talked about lawn care.

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The elementary school lunchroom was full but not swamped. That part was left up to the students on stage. And, they handled it well, complete with tadpoles, frogs, music, and a lesson on how to grow up and be tolerant of others.

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Sheridan County Veteran’s Service Officer James Paulus presented Vietnam-era veteran Orville Rhoads with the special pin the Veterans Administration awards those who served during this time of war and conflict.

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For McClusky local farmer James Haux and small boy Levi Gartner, Farm Rescue was great for the spirit as well as spring planting.

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McClusky JDA set many plans into motion the past few months, encouraged by news from other rural communities.

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