McClusky Gazette News

Kendon and Bev Faul were chosen as the 2015 Soil Conservation District’s Achievement Award Winners for Sheridan County.

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With a strong background in nursing and continuing her education to secure her nurse-practitioner credentials (FNP-C), Kerri Benning is doing what she loves best.

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Fred Peters claims the distinction of being the oldest living subscriber to the McClusky Gazette as well as the longest continuous subscriber. He is open to any challenges on either front.

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Northland Community Health Center is offering professional counseling two days a week in McClusky Clinic and one day each week in Turtle Lake Clinic.

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Born and raised in Adams-Friendship Township, Wisconsin, Jenny (Hopp) Teumer was raised by single parent Linda Hopp.

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Global studies, public health work, AmeriCorps, and violence prevention in schools give most a good insight into the philosophy and personality of new Northland Community Health Center’s (NCHC) Medical Director Dr. Amy Zimmerman.

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With a quick run on the fresh produce available, the Grace Lutheran annual rummage sale and lunch on August 5 went well.

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August 12, 2015

Always there to help

Pediatric health care was always the favorite with Kristi Jensen, new Public Health Nurse and Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Services provider for Sheridan County and McLean County.

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There was hardly a tree in McClusky that still had all its branches intact the day after the storm that hit late Tuesday night on July 28.

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One can almost imagine an animal quickly tuning into the calm nature of McClusky’s newest veterinarian at the Sheridan Animal Hospital. Andrea Lee, soon to be Schlafmann, would be hard pressed to choose between cattle and horses for her favorite choice in animals to treat.

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