McClusky Gazette News

Major Brian Kalk spoke on issues of new and old veteran’s at the Goodrich Legion Veteran’s Day program last Thursday. He recalled both history and personal connection to past and present conflicts, urging everyone who has served in the military to reach out to today’s returning veterans.

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The Sheridan County Farmers Union held their annual county convention at the Union on Nov. 7 with approximately 30 members and guests present.

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The McClusky City Council members tossed about among several venues on Monday, Nov. 8.

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The Sheridan County Food Pantry loves having a grocery store in our community. Rev. Geroge Schuessler notes,

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The North Dakota Department of Commerce, in conjunction with the Lewis and Clark Regional Development Council, has provided an $18,400 grant to the City of McClusky.

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The Sheridan County Commission candidates’ profiles and photos are listed alphabetically.

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SCiPY (Sheridan County in Partnership with Youth) is again sponsoring a Halloween Hayride for all elementary school students from the McClusky and Goodrich schools.

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The years in McClusky have been pleasant work for Walter Lipp, state’s attorney for Sheridan County, City of McClusky and also in private practice.

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US Senator candidate Tracy Potter was at the public informational meeting shortly before the set 4 p.m. time on October 18, in time to hoist his banner welcoming visitors.

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Born in Ava, MO, on President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s birthday, January 30, 1922, seeing the Washington DC located memorial to this past president was enjoyable for Marvin Kissee, World War II veteran.

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