McClusky Gazette News

The progress of new construction and facilities at Hoffer Lake, improved structure around Ag events as well as new community events, including the NDSU-sponsored Annie’s Project,

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With a big and generous heart behind what she does within her own life, Janneen Piper was also quick to point out the generous and sympathetic communities of Goodrich,

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In the face of increased supplier costs of water, the McClusky City Council members voted to increase the basic water rate by $1 a month.

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Empty for a long time, long enough to dim hope in this small town, the small downtown bar, formerly “The Double Vision Bar,” is open again.

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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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