There was a lot of activity going on at the June Sheridan County Commission meeting for a rainy kind of day, and with the rain continuing to fall. Roads and ditches and everything, everywhere in the county, showing signs of being at or exceeding its capacity, Sheridan County Commissioners were left with the task of finding solutions.
The June city meeting saw the final appearance of Mark Miller, who has resigned effective July 1 to relocate in Lincoln, ND. He stated that they weren’t selling their home in McClusky until they were sure they had one ready to live in at their new location.
The St Jude bike riding event was sponsored by SCIPY and coordinated by Erin Lauer. Lauer stated,” The event was open from ages under one year old up to adults. This year we raised over $1,000 and it was held on May 15, at 4 pm. We plan to do it again next spring.”
Goodrich farmer and military veteran Paul Stober served in the US Army from February 1951 to February 1953, with one year in Korea. He received the Korean Service Medal with two BSS; the United Nations Service Medal lo/s Bar; and a Commendation Ribbon/Metal Pendant.
There were smiles over perceived problems becoming non-existent worries, excuses for lack of action on long-standing issues and permits for public impact issues.
With a bit of miscommunication but a beautiful day to offset it, two fifth of May events were held in McClusky on Sunday, both feeding a large portion of the county and neighboring areas.