McClusky Gazette News

The members of the Underwood-Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky co-op board members last Wednesday approved the current agreement, after removing the topics of varsity boys and girls basketball, as well as junior high basketball, which means the current co-op with TLMM is pretty much the same as it has been for the past several years. Co-oping sports include football, golf, softball, baseball, and cross country.

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The McClusky School Board met January 21 at a special meeting to interview a man for the school superintendent position.

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In a new and pleasing professional reporting style, McClusky Merchants President Jeff Martwick gave the members copies of the agenda for the January meeting as well as a summary of the expenditures for 2014.

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A new chairman and vice-chairman were selected at the first monthly meeting of the Sheridan County Commissioners which was held on January 6, 2015.

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If it were a popularity contest, speeding would win, or lose, depending upon how one looks at it. There were 15 speeding cases, with speeds from 10 to 17 mph over the speed limit.

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January 14, 2015

Reviewing 2014 II

Three generations of family history, surrounded by perennials frame the home where Lori Hoots puts much effort into maintaining the beauty of her McClusky yard.

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January 7, 2015

Reviewing 2014

A new deputy has been on duty at the Sheriff’s office in the Sheridan County Courthouse since Nov. 25, 2013. Matt Lisic gives a thank you to McClusky for making him feel really welcome.

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The McClusky Locals club held their cheer basket packing for the Christmas season, enjoyed a light supper and had their year-end strategy planning meeting on Sunday, Dec. 21. They used the McClusky Community Center as the packing site.

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December 30, 2014

Buck and doe winners named

On December 12, the McClusky Sportsman’s Club held their annual "Buck & Doe" contest.

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According to music instructor LaDonna Erdmann, compromises had to be made for this year’s Goodrich School Christmas concert. Erdmann, who directed the concert, selected songs from the movie "Frozen" for the kids to sing.

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