McClusky Gazette News

September 26, 2013

It was a cold and windy season

Would the market be a success? Would anything grow? When would it open? Would anyone show up? Yes.

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Each earning their associates degree from Wahpeton but in completely different areas, Shannon and Amber (Bertsch) Scheurer are now parents to twin girls, a little boy, a high school student and living on a farm east of McClusky.

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September 19, 2013

Road work repairs looking good

With a slow but steady progress many of the minor and not-so-minor road fixes have been done. The Sheridan County Highway Dept has been hard at work, aided by FEMA funding assistance and other work crews.

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September 12, 2013

City meeting short

With a brief report from maintenance, none from police, the regular Sept 9 meeting of the McClusky City Council lasted less than 45 minutes.

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Power line project managers visited with Sheridan County Commissioners at the regular monthly meeting on Sept 3.

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With little more than the sounds of trucks pulling into the southeast corner of the town, Target Logistics set up camp for Michels workers on Thursday, Aug 29

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September 5, 2013

No ambulance in Goodrich

On July 18, 2013, the Good-rich Ambulance Service ceased operations, according to Wayne Houston, Sheridan County 911 Coordinator.

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Just a small town athlete, soon headed to college. But it was the trip of a lifetime, not a vacation but a journey, according to Kevin Klemisch, 2013 McClusky High School valedictorian and top basketball player.

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“I am happy to be here,” smiled Cassie Busch, FNP-C, the new health care provider for Northland Community Health Care’s McClusky Clinic and Turtle Lake Clinic. “I appreciate everyone welcoming me after Sarah’s departure. My door is always open.”

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In the only room outside of the courtroom large enough for the meeting, FEMA officials gathered with local officials and organized township representatives to discuss the funding and its requirements for emergency and permanent repairs.

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