McClusky Gazette News

McClusky Lions held a meeting on October 23 at McClusky City Hall to update plans for the winter activities and the upcoming election.

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Dorothy Estrada, McClusky, filled the empty seat on the council created by the death of DuWayne (Fritz) Hirschkorn. Her first meeting was the October 10 meeting.

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The smell of hot oil and fish was in the air for the McClusky School Board meeting on Oct. 11.

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Delayed by days of high wind, Teϋmer’s Custom Pride crew was finishing work at the Darvin Pfennig farm home south of McClusky. They had resided the exterior and repaired the roof, removing and remodeling an outside entrance to the basement.

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October 6, 2011

Is the cattle cycle dead?

At a cattle marketing and livestock meeting last Wednesday at the Sheridan County Court-house Community Room, the question was asked, “Is the cattle cycle dead?”

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The McClusky Merchants were presented with a request for a Food Pantry grant, to expand the local hunger drive program to three businesses, in addition to Holen’s Super Valu, which was the sole participant this past year.

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Bringing a pioneer attitude and a desire to restore spirit to the Denhoff community, former Michigan residents Michael and Janeen Piper have purchased a home, are raising four grand children, and Michael is working on restoring the former People’s Sales and Service building. These are all happening in a town with no support businesses of grocery, gas or hardware.

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A train ran through the streets of Goodrich on Saturday, Sept. 14. It held nearly a full load of passengers on its trips up and down the streets, touring outside the park, through the center of town, past the post office and returning to the school area home station. It was driven by Dave Threadgold.

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Anyone, who wanted to, could see the “Attitude Doctor” last Tuesday. No cost, no shots, no diet, no bill. Just a whole bunch of good attitude and jokes that made fun of everything, literally.

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The early frost, then freezing temperatures finished off all but hardy garden produce. It brought an end to the local farmers market, with gardeners gathering in produce for storage and ripening indoors, only root vegetables were left outside.

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