McClusky Gazette News

With just five past-due accounts to have service shut off after 90 days’ past-due deadline payment failure, the other payments are coming in better since the new 60 day past-due warning notices have gone out, said McClusky City Auditor Wayne Houston.

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With two members absent from the October meeting, Stacy Sease and Heidi Strobel, the McClusky School District board approved the completed budget for the new school year, 3-0, Roberta Hunt, Brian Larson and Todd Rath voting.

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McClusky School holds music concert

McClusky Music Department. held its fall concert on Thursday afternoon, October 10, at the high school gym.

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It was the way things go, some projects get held up by the slow project in front of them, some by snow and rain, and some by things one can’t predict, or even understand why, when they happen.

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Sheridan County 4-H Awards recognize achievements

Sheridan County 4-H Council held its annual Awards Banquet on October 4 at the McClusky Elementary School. The theme was “4-H, the POWER of YOUth.”

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Dakota Feeder Calf Show/Feed-out set

The 21st annual Dakota Feeder Calf Show is set for Saturday, Oct. 19, in Turtle Lake.

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Dress Up Days creative fun at McClusky High School

Last week, students of McClusky High School held Dress Up Days during the Homecoming Week. Creative ideas added fun to the week’s event, with five choices of themes.

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Carson Houser receives scholarship

Carson Houser represented North Dakota at the National High School Finals in Rock Springs, Wyoming.

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Despite the rain, allowing just two days in the past week for field work, Sheridan County farmers were still ahead of the state average of wheat acreage harvested, according to Sheridan County Extension Agent Nicole Wardner.

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“We have been very blessed,” said Jess Boehm. “Part of me is the bad nightmare I can remember, rather surreal.

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