McClusky Gazette News

More than a dozen area farmers attended a crop insurance update meeting which was hosted by Nodak Mutual Career Agent Janet Wagner.

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Jeff Martwick, a McClusky resident appears to be the solution to the town’s assessing problem.

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At the conference of the North Dakota Farmers Market Growers Association (NDFMGA) and Local Foods, a contest was offered for the best Farmers Market display and the best vendor display.

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To call her a worker would be an understatement. Carol A. Kitchens was born to James and Gloria Anderson in Nashville, Tennessee and to a family that knew how to work.

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"USDA is focused not just on places where there has been prosperity recently in rural areas, but also focusing on trying to address the challenge of persistent poverty. - USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack."

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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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