McClusky Gazette News

December 15, 2011

Grace Bazaar

The Grace Lutheran Church WELCA held its annual bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 3, with many people young and old attending, about 100.

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Former McClusky resident and Gazette employee Ron Hipp, McClusky High School class of ’60, has penned a memoir that is worth reading.

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December 1, 2011

Merchants plan events

The McClusky Merchants Association, at their Nov. 22 meeting, put into motion their plans for Santa Day and the appreciation supper for the current year.

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A new quilt? An old treasure? A cup of soup? A new piece of jewelry, perhaps custom designed? They may be right there, waiting for the sharp-eyed shopper to scoop into their Christmas basket on this coming Saturday.

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November 24, 2011

My Life

*Introductory note: Thomas Moore has occasionally corresponded casually with the editor and was invited to share his biography with the readers of the Gazette. His story tells of life both in and after McClusky.

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A gathering of talent and an audience to appreciate was all it took for the fall concert at McClusky School to be a warm success.

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From his years in a country school in Whittaker Township, through service in Korea and a long work life as a farmer in Sheridan County, Delmar Reiser stated, “I never dreamed I would get an honorary diploma.”

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The short November meeting of the McClusky City Council was held on Nov. 14. No mice were found in the search of the heating vents and the odor noticed at a previous meeting was no longer detectable.

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November 10, 2011

Unconditional love

The news was the type to break any parent’s heart: their first baby, the greatly desired addition to their family, appeared to be in trouble.

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November 3, 2011

Horizons reduces carry over

Updating street corner signs, a business move to larger quarters and improvements at Hoffer Lake were all determined to be more economic development than poverty issues and the proposals were recommended to the Sheridan County Economic Development for more long term consideration.

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