McClusky Gazette News

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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January 6, 2011

Remembering 2010 Part 2

Sheridan County and surrounding area residents: tens, couples, singles and families, gathered to have their annual outdoor picnic supper at the Goodrich Park, meal compliments of Choice Financial Services of Goodrich. The bank staff served. Cotton Wood played for Ducks Unlimited free community appreciation supper, entertaining with top-quality bluegrass music.

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Pay hikes for teachers grew in the single digits over the past years. If the governor has his way there will be more pay increases tied to students’ successes. Salary increases and benefit packages for area teachers increased an average of 9 percent in the past two years, according to recently released data from the state Department of Public Instruction.

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The McClusky High School music department, under the direction of Robin Erdmann, held their Christmas concert on Wednesday evening, Dec. 22, at the high school gym.

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December 30, 2010

Elementary Christmas Program

McClusky Elementary Christmas concert on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 21, at the elementary school. Third and fourth grade recorder band played two selections “Jingle Bells,” and “Good King Wenceslas.”

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On December 15, Bingo, entertained approximately 40 students who showed up at the McClusky Elementary School.

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On Dec. 15, during the Sheridan County Courthouse Christmas open house, a retirement celebration for Walter Lipp and Kenneth Konschak was held.

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At the request of the Sheridan County Commissioners, Ottertail (OTESCO) representatives Kirby Anderson and Tom Hrdlicka updated the commission on the proposed 150 MW wind tower projects Sheridan Ridge I and II. They appeared at the regular monthly, Dec. 7, meeting.

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North Dakota Tobacco Prevention and Control Policy Executive Director Jeanne Prom said a new U.S. Surgeon General’s Report

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The 2010 Sheridan County Conservation District Achievement Awards Banquet and Sheridan Association annual meeting were both held on Monday evening, Dec. 6, at the McClusky Elementary School with about 90 in attendance.

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