McClusky Gazette News

At their home, located in Highland Township, but with the rest of their property in two others, Harris and Holmes, Jeannie and Dan Sobieck find their retirement home a small piece of wonder and environmental heaven: a "nature wonderland."

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On a warm Monday afternoon, July 13, Sheridan County 4-H held their Achievement Day and community appreciation supper and raffle.

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The McClusky City Council had its ups and downs at its July 13 regular monthly meeting.

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Bentz Supply, situated along Highway 200 in central McClusky, is another red-accented building in town. Next to the busy Bertsie’s Drive-in, they brightly mark two of the main businesses in town.

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From Bryce Fischer’s report from Rath and Mehrer, CPA firm, through the unanimous re-election of Lynn Oberg and Clifton Dockter to the McLean and Sheridan Board of Directors, respectively, the McLean Sheridan Water District was neatly wrapped up in an hour, with all business completed.

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Forty would-be cowboys and cowgirls tried their hand at roping in the McClusky city park during the Midsummer Fest.

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The children came on foot, by two wheels and four, and even one by horse drawn carts. The participants in the annual kiddie parade put on a grand show for this year’s midsummer fest.

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McClusky Job Development President and Mayor Roberta Hunt opened the USDA meeting with a welcome to USDA and the partner organization gathered to give information and direction to the gathered county representatives and community leaders.

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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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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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