McClusky Gazette News

March 1, 2017

Emergency cookie run

It was shortly after midnight Thursday (12:03 a.m.), February 23, when the McClusky ambulance and Sheridan County Sheriff were called to the Union Bar west of McClusky.

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Patrick Butler, current CEO of Northland Community Health Center, has been with the organization since 2012. Since that time, the number of employees has risen from 32 to 80 and the number of delivery sites, which includes medical, dental and mental health, now includes Turtle Lake, McClusky, Rolla, Rolette, Minot, Bowbells, Ray and Bismarck.

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February 22, 2017

Walking path progress

The long-researched walking trail project of the McClusky Job Development Authority and project leader Deb Rhoads heard of progress on making the effort a reality.

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Since 1952, the familiar front of Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) in Turtle Lake has welcomed patients, visitors, staff and medical personnel. Through minor repairs, the well-used doors have served the community well and many people have passed through the doors to receive medical care.

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Last Thursday, McClusky Public School held its Family ELA Night at the high school gym. It had been postponed from late November due to a blizzard.

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Linemen are sometimes considered heroes because, at times, they work in dangerous conditions for long hours to restore electric service after a snow and ice storm.

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On Saturday, January 28, McClusky FFA members competed at the first FFA contest of the year in Napoleon.

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Mike Foertsch, Moore Engineering, Inc. office manager, introduced two engineering specialists from the firm to the public at an open meeting at McClusky City Hall on January 23.

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For a few pieces of silver, you, too, could be a booster of athletics, athletes and opportunities in the sports program of the Trojans and Cougar athletics.

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Dr. Cheri Poitra, Superintendent of the McClusky School District, reported that the school had met with the required handicap adaptations and that all that remained was to place some signage.

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