McClusky Gazette News

Three-fourth of residents (74%) in small cities and towns in the United States read a local newspaper ranging from 1 day to 7 days a week; majority of the readers (81%) relied on the newspapers for local news and information, according to the 2011 Community Newspaper Readership Study conducted by The Reynolds Journalism Institute (RJI) on behalf of National Newspaper Association (NNA) in August and October 2011.

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Thirty-five couples were married in Sheridan County 50 years ago in 1962. Several couples will celebrate their golden anniversaries this year.

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December 29, 2011

Year in review

JANUARY With a long history of development in the background, the state legislature unanimously approved a re-distribution of property taxes for rural electric utility cooperatives (RECs) to fall in line with the other investor-owned utility companies.

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Sheridan Memorial Home held its Christmas party program on Friday afternoon, Dec. 16. About 35 visitors came for the program.

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The magic of the Christmas season lights up children’s faces. Nothing douses that light faster than physical or psychological abuse.

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About 90 people attended the joint 2011 Sheridan County Conservation Achievement Awards Banquet and Sheridan Association Annual meeting on Dec. 7 at the McClusky Elementary School lunchroom. SCSCD Manager Darci Gahner and Sheridan County Extension Agent Emily Kline welcomed everyone to the banquet.

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December 15, 2011

Grace Bazaar

The Grace Lutheran Church WELCA held its annual bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 3, with many people young and old attending, about 100.

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Former McClusky resident and Gazette employee Ron Hipp, McClusky High School class of ’60, has penned a memoir that is worth reading.

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December 1, 2011

Merchants plan events

The McClusky Merchants Association, at their Nov. 22 meeting, put into motion their plans for Santa Day and the appreciation supper for the current year.

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A new quilt? An old treasure? A cup of soup? A new piece of jewelry, perhaps custom designed? They may be right there, waiting for the sharp-eyed shopper to scoop into their Christmas basket on this coming Saturday.

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