McClusky Gazette News

The old, familiar glass-face of the Gazette building in McClusky has been repaired and altered.

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Among the many programs offered to landowners in Sheridan County is the ND Game and Fish initiative PLOTS (Private Land Open To Sportsmen).

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It isn’t the sound you want to hear on Father’s Day, or any other day of the year. Neal Heitzmann clearly remembers feeling the whooshing in his chest and the fast heart beat.

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With the same ability to hear bowel sounds of the earth as a physician might hear human function, the EarthScope “stethoscopes” of listening devices, data recorders, and digital transmission of data are tracking the earth’s movements far below the surface.

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They were there, in the courthouse, just waiting to complete whatever business for which they had come.

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Perhaps expecting an exciting debate, perhaps not, a large crowd gathered at the McClusky Northland Community Health Center on August 13 for a chance to see U.S. Senator Kent Conrad on his visit to inspect the results of grant funds.

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Robert Neuharth didn’t start out to set a record, but he did. He holds the title, 41 years, as the longest serving elected official in Sheridan County, so far.

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With Hugo Essig officially receiving recognition for his service as elected treasurer for Sheridan County, Frances was also there to note her service as “deputy” as well. The two were part of the Sheridan Centennial observances at the Sheridan County Courthouse on July 17, 2009.

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A new part-time superintendent was hired on July 29, with the offer of a contract to Lee Kelm. Kelm most recently worked for the Drake School District as a part time superintendent.

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August 6, 2009

A man for many reasons

There are many reasons to call someone a man; Harold Jenner can claim at least five.

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