McClusky Gazette News

With no small amount of sidewalk, or side-field, supervisors watching, the work on the Minn-Kota electric transmission line continues across Sheridan County.

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Add the word anthocyanins to your vocabulary. Then attend the Fit For Eternity class in McClusky for information on how to make this work for you and your family. And learn what the word means.

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Sadie Wardner, Out-reach and Enrollment Coordinator for North-land Community Health Center in Turtle Lake, presented information to the Turtle Lake community on Sept 24 regarding upcoming healthcare changes. She also presented to the McClusky community, on Monday, Sept 23.

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The McClusky Job Devel-opment Authority met on Sept 24 for their regular meeting, with four of five members present. McClusky Mayor Theresa Jorgenson presented the appointment of Joey Belile (Bryon Belile, JR) for the vacated position of Jordan Froehlich.

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The state’s Native American tribes have openly opposed Basin Electric Power Cooperative’s plans to build transmission line across a battlefield site that researchers call "the Gettysburg of the Plains."

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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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