McClusky Gazette News

The crowd was diverse and choosey! They came to see tractors and eat barbecued ribs.

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Hours were cut but pay raises were “across the board,” except for the ruling board (school). The decisions came at the July annual budget meeting and the regular monthly meeting on Monday, July 14.

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The fresh air and friendly atmosphere of his home county of Sheridan may account for why Hilmer Zimbelman has reached 91 years of age and remained spry and healthy. The former Sheridan County Treasurer and Register of Deeds, Zimbelman takes only a small dose of aspirin daily, as a medication.

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The McClusky City Council enjoyed news of change and activities for the area at their regular meeting on July 6.

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Horizons members will attempt to reach a good portion of the 58463-area residents for input concerning the community regarding the Horizons plan to address poverty.

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“I always wanted to be a deputy for as long as I can remember,” stated Christopher Kluth, the newest member of the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Department staff.

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The following is a scam that has been sent by email to unsuspecting internet subscribers, with at least one received in the Sheridan County Area.

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“I’ve been asked what I would have done differently over the years if I could,” said Roger Trautmann, retired Sheridan County blademan.

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The end of August is the deadline for submission of the application that will show the plans for McClusky’s action against poverty in the community.

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Kristin Ripplinger, a member of McClusky FFA Chapter, was named the State FFA Floriculture Entrepreneurship/Placement Proficiency award winner and received a $200 check at the state FFA convention.

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