McClusky Gazette News

Graduating in May of 2010 and employed one year at Turtle Lake-Mercer School as ag instructor, Sarah (Guenzler) Crimmins is now firmly in place as the new Sheridan County Extension Agent.

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February 7, 2013

Firemen cite safety first

With safety foremost and training geared to saving firemen’s lives as well as fire victim’s, the McClusky Fire Dept met for their monthly meeting at City Council chambers.

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With a late start in April of 2012, the McClusky City Job Development Authority (MCJDA) organized with appointed members and proceeded to gather information.

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It was “thank you” for a chance to hunt on private land. And the house was packed on a warm winter night for a quality, home-cooked meal. Prizes and conversation were nearly all about hunting.

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January 24, 2013

Job training available

The Experience Works Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is currently accepting applications.

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It was a “hospital focus group” that was enjoying itself with the immediate target of their attention: the meal.

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A gathering of former Lions started the core of a new group of community volunteers. The five gathered at McClusky City Hall on Friday, Jan 4, and chose a name, motto, mascot, purpose, projects for the community, and formed the structure for their application as a not-for profit.

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According to Jill Goven, there have been several positive In-fluenza cases in Turtle Lake this past week. Several of these patients needed to be hospitalized.

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The McClusky High School music department held it’s Christmas Concert on Thursday evening, Dec. 13 at the high school gym, directed by Amber Hoffman, music instructor.

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December 20, 2012

Polar Ware closing

Polar Ware/Stoelting, which opened formally in McClusky in 2001, changed hands this past year into ownership under Vollrath Company LLC.

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