McClusky Gazette News

The public meeting on Tuesday, November 28 was called by concerned citizens, with local citizen Sandy Felchle leading as emcee for the program. Speakers represented at state, county and local levels, with many local citizens speaking out on the issue.

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November 29, 2017

Always done this way

The McClusky School District board heard items from the School Board Convention including the law seminar.

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November 29, 2017

Shopping small and friendly

The weather cooperated with Small Business Saturday in North Dakota, bringing shoppers out for special buys, tasty treats, grab bags and door prizes.

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Mertz is a reputable family name in the vicinity of Goodrich, and for good reason: Nine men — brothers — from a family of 13 wore their names on their tags as they headed off to war.

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The Albert Block Post #56 of the Goodrich American Legion held its annual pancake and sausage fundraiser on Saturday, November 11, at the Goodrich School lunchroom.

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The Sheridan County Sheriff’s office is seeking a new deputy after receiving a resignation letter from Deputy Matt Lisic.

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Ellen Kloth came from the city of Visby, on the island of Gotland, Sweden, to visit America and see what ranching was like in North Dakota.

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The Foundation for Agricultural and Rural Resource Management and Sustainability (FARRMS) recently relocated its business office from Medina to the former Tuttle School building in Tuttle.

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November 8, 2017

Miners stop Trojans

The Trojans met up with the Wilton/Wing Miners twice this past week and unfortunately, for the Trojans the Miners won both matches 3-1.

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The annual meeting of the Turtle Lake Community Hospital Association was held at Trinity Lutheran Church on October 25, immediately following the dedication of the new entrance to the hospital.

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