McClusky Gazette News

From Friday, June 26 through Sunday, June 28 the McClusky Merchants Association will sponsor Midsummer events of all types for visitors and residents to enjoy.

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Connie Werth is the new administrator at Sheridan Memorial Home in McClusky.

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The residents, under the guidance of Administrator Connie Werth, Sheridan Memorial Home’s own nurse Missy Axt, and the gardening skills of Sheridan County Extension Agent Nicole Wardner, decided to try a container/raised garden project for their summer enjoyment.

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NDLTAP offered Motor-Grader Operator training for counties in a two-day, two context situations. The first day was classroom training at the Underwood host facility, followed by hands-on field training at individual county sites on the second day.

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Following a public hearing in late May, the Sheridan County Commissioners decided to listen to the people who spoke out both at the meeting and privately. The county treasurer’s elected position will not be eliminated.

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Although the guest speaker was missing in action (MIA) at McClusky High School, the James Roberts Post and Auxiliary of the American Legion put on a fitting performance to honor America’s fallen heroes.

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There were no ‘warm fuzzies’ at the Sheridan County Public Hearing held at the County Courthouse’s community room on Tuesday, May 26.

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Goodrich American Legion and Auxiliary Albert Block Post #56 held its Memorial Day service on Monday, May 25, at the Goodrich School gym. The title for the program was, "Heroes don’t wear capes. They wear dog tags."

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The McClusky High School senior class of 2015 may have been small, but the crowd who came to witness their graduation was not. Two students, Jacob Frank and Chasely Houser, made up the senior class of 2015.

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Two graduates will represent McClusky High School on Sunday, May 25, in the commencement exercises at the McClusky High School gym. Class honor student Chasely Houser graduates with classmate and second graduate Jacob Frank.

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