McClusky Gazette News

Two young men have started their own carpentry business, slowed only by the “requirements” of doing it right. Those were licensing, insurance and getting the word out. Here are some more words.

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Joshua not only “fit the battle of Jericho” but this Joshua turned quiet hospital surroundings into a fun place to be! This Joshua also happens to be a seven-year-old Shetland pony.

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February 9, 2012

Blood Drive record success

United Blood Services thanked Dave Martwick in a recent letter for organizing the McClusky Community Blood Drive.

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The McClusky Sportsman’s Club held their annual Land-owner’s Appreciation Supper on Sunday, January 29th at the American Legion. 107 guests enjoyed a supper of roast beef, mashed potatoes, baked bean hot-dish, and buns provided by the Club.

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The Sheridan County Sheriff’s office reports that on the morning of January 25, 2012, a burglary was reported at Bentz Supply Store in McClusky.

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A farmland leasing workshop is underway for area residents. It will be presented by the combined efforts of the NDSU Sheridan County and McHenry County Extension Services.

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January 19, 2012

Hunter wins 2x2 lottery

Taylor Springs, Illinois hunter and resident Beau Elam has been coming to the McClusky area to hunt ducks for six or seven years. This year, as many before, he visited the C-Store daily, if not more often.

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Three-fourth of residents (74%) in small cities and towns in the United States read a local newspaper ranging from 1 day to 7 days a week; majority of the readers (81%) relied on the newspapers for local news and information, according to the 2011 Community Newspaper Readership Study conducted by The Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) on behalf of National Newspaper Association (NNA) in August and October 2011.

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Thirty-five couples were married in Sheridan County 50 years ago in 1962. Several couples will celebrate their golden anniversaries this year.

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December 29, 2011

Year in review

JANUARY With a long history of development in the background, the state legislature unanimously approved a re-distribution of property taxes for rural electric utility cooperatives (RECs) to fall in line with the other investor-owned utility companies.

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