McClusky Gazette News

Law enforcement officials in Sheridan County were out in force the Christmas Holiday weekend,

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Good news for McClusky’s weary shoppers; transportation will be better at least one day per week, starting on Jan. 6.

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From a farm home south of Pickardville to the halls of McClusky High School, Marge Reule has been a fine example for students at the school during her two employments as the school secretary.

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Every year we send and receive Christmas cards.

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Trent Naser, Sheridan County Sheriff, reported to the McClusky City Council at their regular December meeting on Monday, Dec. 7, that Chris Kluth has completed the peace officer academy and is now fully licensed.

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The additional elementary teaching position has drawn but one response;

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For a busy mother of two small children, stable hours and shorter commuting time is a big selling point on employment.

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Though you would probably have to force the information out of his quiet demeanor, Kim Opp loves to hunt the deer that now contribute to his occupation choice.

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Her two years at Northland Community Health Center in the McClusky Clinic have been enjoyable for Audrey Erdmann. Her work as a medical transcriptionist allow flexibility and use of the computer, both of which Erdmann enjoys.

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A degree from Wahpeton State School of Science as a Licensed Practical Nurse set Jolene Haux’ s path in motion for her current employment with Northland Community Health Center in Turtle Lake.

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