McClusky Gazette News

A pilot program in the South Central Judicial District for three years and now state-wide has resulted in a new level of monitoring repeat offenders. The offenders may be monitored after a second offense of driving while intoxicated and need not be convicted of the offense to require the device be placed.

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Scammers, especially those putting Nigeria on their email letterheads, should be getting smarter. They aren’t, but their targets seem to be. The latest scam is a threat to turn the email’s target/victim over to the “international court of justice” on a “warrant of arrest.”

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A broken bone is no fun at any age, but at age 90 it became a barrier to participating in the farm life Richard (Dick) Larson recalls as the “best part” of his work life. He added that “a dollar went a lot farther in those days” then now.

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When Leo and Jackie Froehlich arrived in Devils Lake, they immediately fell in love with the community. Neighbor Jay Schneider is always ready, willing and available to shovel snow off the elderly couple’s sidewalk.

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February 24, 2011

MHS Snowball Coronation

The McClusky FFA chapter celebrated FFA Week Feb. 21-25 On Monday morning, a snowball coronation was held at the high school gym. Candidates were Brittany Lasher, Jacy Hausauer, Gus Grade, Justin Grade,

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The developing and redeveloping farmers market groups have seen a tremendous amount of interest in both North Dakota and in other states.

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There were several go-aheads for planned SCiPY projects, one a continuation of their Bingo gaming event on Saturday nights. The other was permission, liability issues resolved first, for a snow fun day event on Main Street on February 27 at 2 p.m.

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Sam Kirschman, a lifelong resident of McClusky, celebrated his 100th birthday on Wednesday, Feb. 2.

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In an issue that may take a different turn of events before closure, First District Health representatives, Jim Heckman and Jake Windsor, as well as Sheridan County State’s Attorney Jerod Tufte, met with Sheridan County Commissioners on Feb. 1 at the regular monthly meeting to address several buildings in disrepair on Goodrich’s main street.

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With the eyes of the community watching, the repair to the heavily fire-damaged Co-op Elevator is keeping on schedule. Manager Brian Larson stated that the last time he spoke with Northern Grain Construction and Design out of Clara City, MN, they were still on schedule with usable premises on March 30, 2011 and completed by the next month on April 30.

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