McClusky Gazette News

November 25, 2014

High winds and high fun time

Brisk temperatures and high winds didn’t deter parents and their children who turned out for McClusky School’s grades K-12 fun fair.

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Representatives of the Underwood, Turtle Lake – Mercer (TL-M) and McClusky school systems met November 19 to discuss potential changes to practice locations and increasing the number of sports included in the Central McLean County sports cooperative.

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A special meeting of the County Commissioners was held November 14 to discuss county workers, a FEMA bill, and to cancel an erroneous mowing bill. Commissioners Michael Axt, Eldon Ehrman, Howard Erdmann, and County Auditor Shirley Murray were present.

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At the November meeting of the McClusky City Council, Deputy Delbert Hoffman presented the police report. The annual police contract with the city expires in January, and Hoffman stated there will be no changes in the new contract and the price will remain the same at $2,166 a month. The council unanimously approved the new contract.

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Sheridan County Farm Bureau held its 52nd annual meeting on Tuesday evening, October 28, at the Goodrich School gym. Approximately 45 people attended.

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The mobility access improvement was the result of the administration board of the United Methodist Church of McClusky.

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The Turtle Lake Community Hospital Association held their annual meeting on October 21, with 17 voting members present and three visitors.

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The awards highlighted the champions in steers that gained, those who bred and raised them, and a lot of hard work on the part of the Dakota Feeder Calf Show people who put stars on ranching report cards for all to see.

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October 22, 2014

Pink is the color of love

She is a tiny little thing in pink, holding the delicate bracelets she has woven in just a short time. Jolynne Ruth Strobel, the daughter of Heidi and Terry had joined her mother in the acts of love that also show compassion.

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The Annual 7th Grade Conservation tour, sponsored by Sheridan County, North and South McHenry County SCDs, was held on Thursday, September 18th at the Lonetree Wildlife Management Area South of Martin.

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