McClusky Gazette News

In a shuffle of moves between California and Texas that require a scorecard and pencil, Victoria Oliver made more than a dozen moves in less than that many years when she was married.

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On November 9, 1968, 38-year-old Donna Michalenko of rural McLean County disappeared.

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They poured through the door like syrup onto pancakes, those hungry people in search of some good food.

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After a joint sports committee meeting on Oct. 26, between McClusky and Turtle Lake-Mercer School Districts, the McClusky full board met on Nov. 2 at 4 p.m. at the high school home economics room.

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With Mayor Theresa Jorgenson absent, Acting Council Chair Mark Miller led the group for the Monday, Nov. 2 meeting.

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The Sheridan County 4-H awards Banquet was held on Sunday evening, Oct. 18, at the McClusky Elementary School.Crystal Schaunaman, Sheridan County Extension Agent, welcomed the guests.

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High school students and their teachers are being reminded that the Bill of Rights Institute’s national Being An American Essay Contest deadline is soon approaching. The contest asks students to share their thoughts on American citizenship by answering the question:

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Her love for animals almost sent Laura Eide down the path to a veterinary career.

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There is a “Webster” in the English Dept. at the Goodrich School. While this one is also full of good words and works, it is not a Merriam-Webster reference volume but a flesh and blood Scott Webster.

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With a motion from Sheridan County Commissioner Michel Axt and a passing vote, the proposed Renaissance Zone project for assisting improvements and new developments, both commercial and residential, died. This happened at the regular Tuesday, October 6, meeting of the commission.

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