McClusky Gazette News

Not much new was discussed at the Sheridan County Commissioner’s meeting held Aug 8. Steve Eisenbeisz, who is interested in a position as a Sheridan County Commissioner, sat in for the morning portion of the meeting.

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Streets, one way or another, dominated the time at the August 12 meeting of the McClusky City Council.

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Prices go up, even for schools. The fees and expenses okayed for increases, some not changed for several years are: Hot lunch, $2.25, elementary; $2.50, high school and guest student; $3, staff; adult guest, $3.25; breakfast, everyone, $1.25; milk, $.25.

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With a return to the school from which she left, just not too many years ago, Andrea Voegele is happy to see at least two familiar faces still among the teachers: Roberta Froehlich, Carol Abra-hamson, and Arlin Fylling.

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With a lone volunteer to manage the proposed daycare, Ilene Gross, and a full table of those ready to discuss the issues, two representatives from the ND Child Care Resource and Referral Agency provided information on what it would take to start a daycare in McClusky.

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Thomas (Tom) Giese is the new, as of March 22, maintenance person for the city of McClusky.

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With hardly anyone with any large amounts of produce to sell, the first Farmers Market in McClusky was off to a slow, but tasty, start on Wed, July 17.

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Nothing like some trouble in “River City” as the song goes, to heat up casual conversation.

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It was a good news-bad news, type of City of McClusky meeting on July 8. The air was ripe with “f” and “m” words, fraud and money. It was a meeting, different from most, in that it was NOT over in 45 minutes.

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The day started warm and quiet, with the Northland Run/Walk the first event. Winners of Northland Community Health Center’s 5K were (first place) Kevin Franck (18:09); (second place) Kendra Franck (21:05); and (third place) Tyler Franck (22.04).

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