McClusky Gazette News

December 18, 2008

Santa Day held in McClusky

The sounds of "Bingo," the sight of a jolly fat fellow dressed in red, and the smell of roast beef made the end of the afternoon and early evening special in McClusky on Dec. 10.

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Walter Essig, a 1907 Halloween baby, will enjoy his centennial Christmas plus one this year.

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Lori Scharmer, Ward County Family Economics Extension Agent presented basic information on managing money in tight times, as well as for ordinary situations.

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There was magic in the air after the smell of good food disappeared on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the annual Sheridan County Soil Conservation District awards banquet, this year combined with the annual Sheridan Association meeting.

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Those "damn" spots have appeared again on the ceiling of the McClusky City Commission Chamber room.

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Jane and Wil Meckle are enthusiastic volunteers to Honduras and have gone several times, this time as part of a team.

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Fuel prices are expected to be 25% higher than a year ago for people using fuel oil to heat their homes this winter and 17% higher for those using propane, according to the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration.

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At a community roundtable meeting in McClusky at the City Community Center on Nov. 12, Senator Kent Conrad and local leaders from McClusky, Goodrich and Turtle Lake discussed a range of issues of importance to Sheridan County, including efforts to revive the nation's weakened economy.

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Keeping up a tradition of observing Veteran's Day in style, the Goodrich Albert Block Post #56 held its annual Veteran's Day Program in the local high school auditorium.

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November 13, 2008

Area hit by early storm

In a storm that everyone hoped would "just miss," the central Dakota area got hammered this past week.

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The Weather Network