McClusky Gazette News

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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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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The postponed city meeting was held on October 23. The absence of the city auditor for two weeks was the reason for the delay.

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October 25, 2017

Everyone goes home

The scene on the nippy fall day centered on men in heavy protective gear, moving among stacks of firefighting equipment, including a long trailer emitting heat, smoke, steam and water. It was a North Dakota Firefighters Association Class A structural burn training class for firefighters.

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Representing the City of McClusky, Mayor Roberta Hunt accepted the “TREE CITY USA” Trees Award at the Trees Bowl and Awards Ceremony held in Fargo on September 23.

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Exciting news for the community is seeing the hospital’s new front completed.

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October 10, 2017

Friends of out troops

Our country has been at war so long that at times we forget those serving in the armed forces. The American Legion Post 124 Auxiliary gives everyone the opportunity to show appreciation.

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The back entrance to the McClusky Gazette building was upgraded for handicap accessibility by JDM Schmitt Concrete of Towner.

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The McClusky City dumpground is taking firm steps forward to stay in compliance with the rules for their city’s trash.

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 Sheridan County Extension Service and Sheridan County Soil Conservation District hosted Women’s Ag Day on Tuesday, September 26 at the McClusky City Hall with approximately 35 women attending. Co-op Elevator of McClusky sponsored the program.

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