McClusky Gazette News

March 14, 2018

Trojans third in Region

The Trojans defeated the Miners from Wilton/Wing 65-47 in the third place game of the Region 5 Tournament this past week. The Bismarck Shiloh Christian Skyhawks slipped past the Trojans 49-44 in the Region 5 semifinal game.

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The manager who quit Little Hearts Daycare when accused of in appropriate disciplinary actions is free to re-apply for the position, said JDA President Roberta Hunt at a special meeting called to discuss the report from Dakota Central Social Services.

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Women’s Ag Connection Day in Goodrich opened in the Goodrich School gymnasium with a breakfast of yogurt, granola and fruit from Bessie’s Best.

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February 28, 2018

From lullaby to the classics

Born on a farm north of Minot, Susan (Sue) was the middle child of Marvel and Irene Zahn. After her lullaby introduction to life, Sue went on to earn the State FFA’s “Most Talented” award in 1979.

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Seizing an opportunity to catch all of the school board members in their “official” shirts, they lined up in the gym, after the February 13 meeting was adjourned, to pose for photos.

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February 21, 2018

MHS Snow Ball royalty named

Jacob Strobel and Kaley Sease were crowned king and queen of the McClusky High School 2018 Snow Ball coronation on February 15 at the high school gym.

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February 14, 2018

Bounced out

The Trojans girls basketball team was bounced out of further competition Saturday night. They lost to Center/Stanton 55-26 in a District 10 region-qualifying game.

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Jeff Martwick of McClusky was hired on an as-needed basis to assess rural properties in Sheridan County at the February County Commissioner's meeting

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February 7, 2018

Remembering winter

Local reports during the blizzards mentioned in Dakota Datebook in this issue of the Gazette showed the personal impact of winter storms on rural communities.

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It was on this date in 1949 that the North Dakota Air National Guard was called up to drop feed for stranded starving animals in the western part of the state, where a storm had dumped 16 inches on top of the 14 that were already on the ground.

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