McClusky Gazette News

August 24, 2016

Shore are good burgers

Two things that “The Shore” owners Chris and Heather (Wallgren) Haugen hear from customers are “I used to roller-skate here and the rant over the burgers.

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Last week, Northland Community Health Center celebrated National Health Center Week for 2016 by serving pancakes for breakfast and supper.

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It took a long meeting on Monday night, plus a special meeting on Thursday to address all the issues of daycare rates, grace days and additional child rates for the many schedules of the patrons of Little Hearts Daycare services.

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McClusky Job Development Authority (JDA) recently sponsored Katy Kassian for a report on the Rural X Summit.

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The McClusky Dragons Baseball Summer Rec Program had an amazing first year, according to program coordinator Jess Boehm.

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For top quality fresh produce, farmers markets cannot be beat. The loyal local customers were rewarded by the early cold crop varieties and were anxious to see the first tomatoes and peppers show up.

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The annual meeting of the McClusky School District Board met on July 25, with one member absent.

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Though not a huge change in the planned renovation of Highway 200, the improvements are well warranted; designed to improve safety.

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Sheridan County 4-H Achievement Day held its exhibits on July 11 at the 4-H Building at Hoffer Lake with Livestock Show at 4-H Arena and Static exhibits open for public viewing.

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The family of Darlene Wangen had a reunion picnic in the Goodrich Park on July 3.

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