McClusky Gazette News

The math event at McClusky Elementary School was a huge success for the large number of parents and students who attended held on Thursday evening.

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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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Sometimes, what turns out to be important has come from a secondary talent in personal lives. In the life of Roberta (Rose) Froehlich, her start in teaching came from her minor, home economics, not her major, political science.

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Kevin and Sherry Korus, Denhoff, were chosen as the 2014 Soil Conservation Districts Achievement Award Winners for Sheridan County They will be honored at Sheridan County Soil Conservation District’s Annual Awards Banquet held later this year and also at the North Dakota Association of Soil Conservation Districts Annual Convention held on November 23-25 in Bismarck.

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Head Start was part of President Lyndon Johnson’s "War on Poverty."

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September 24, 2014

Many drops to drink

The areas of central North Dakota are dotted with water: lakes, sloughs, potholes and springs. While spectacular for wildlife and often handy for livestock, the water is not often clean enough for human consumption or in the right place.

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September 17, 2014

Many Paths one mountain top

"I will not quit, no matter what it takes," said Gail Lowe of her hiking on the North Country Trail.

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With McClusky Farmers Market President Rita Haux recording winners, Market Manager Linda Bowers offered the tickets to willing hands to draw from the collection and find who would have a McClusky Merchants gift certificate for $25.

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September 10, 2014

City bid specs don't match

With two members absent, the septic tank/lift station discourse went undecided at the September 8 meeting of the McClusky City Council.

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September 3, 2014

Last of yard awards

With fern peonies spent and drooping, Helen and Herb Grosz’ flowers in the front yard showed their last bit of color from among their pottery and ceramic friends.

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