McClusky Gazette News

Goodrich School music department held its fall concert on Tuesday evening, October 20, at the Goodrich School gym.

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October 21, 2015

Red flag no burning

At the October 12 meeting of the McClusky City Council, Deputy Matt Lisic warned residents that the Red Flag, very extreme conditions had reactivated the burn ban for Sheridan County.

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Drone owner and operator Joey Belile gave a presentation on drones at the Sheridan County Farm Bureau on Thursday evening, October 15, at the McClusky Elementary School. Belile showed a video of a farmer combining a field using drone.

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The McClusky Chapter of the Red Hat ladies and friends gathered at the Byron Zingg farm Tuesday, Sept. 15, to see Byron’s sawmill cut logs into long planks of lumber.

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The Sheridan County Fall Fling was held at the McClusky Community Center on Tuesday, October 6.

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October 7, 2015

My Sheep Know my ATV

The gate opens, the ATV turns into the field leading down into a valley where in the distance Hampshire black-faced sheep look up at the first sound of the motor.

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Main Street sidewalk supervisors have had a lot to watch this summer. The two old buildings on the north end of Main Street, scheduled to be demolished, have been partially restored by owner Geraldine Schmidt.

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Ruth Sauter receives certificate

On September 22, the Goodrich American Legion Auxiliary Post #56 Membership chairman Karen Feickert presented a certificate to Ruth Sauter for her 70 years of continued membership. Feickert also thanked her for her dedication to Post #56 and for her support of the American Legion and their goals.

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A quick drive past the east side of the McClusky City Park area will provide a view of the apartments available for low income residents in the area.

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The September Board Meeting for McClusky Schools, held on Wednesday, the 9th, presented, among the administrative and new business, the recommendation for purchase of vehicles.

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