McClusky Gazette News

Ed Schumann, a do-it-yourself kind of guy, hadn't spent a day in the hospital since he was born, he stated.

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Katie Schindler, a standout basketball player, spent the final games of her senior year sitting on the bench.

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On Wed., Feb 25, both Goodrich and McClusky Elementary students were entertained and educated about the Lewis and Clark Expedition by Sgt. George Gibson, AKA Tom Gibson.

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The new "Yes You Can" column author Karen Blumhagen and her husband Arlo farm near Drake and own and operate Sheridan County Insurance in McClusky.

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The Horizons Program extends an invitation to all who might be interested in hearing Dr. Donna Beegle present "See Poverty, Be the Difference."

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With constructive and positive energy, the Horizons Leadership Plenty group tallied up the joint talents within their group on Feb. 22 at the McClusky City Community Room.

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Budget cuts were discussed at the regular meeting of the McClusky School District board on Feb. 12 at the school's Home Ec. Room.

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According to Midsummer Fest Chair Tracy Stein, the weekend will start off with a co-ed softball game on Friday evening.

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Sheridan County Sheriff Trent Naser reported the first of official complaints about the "Grandparent" scam in Sheridan County, although there appears to have been some people who have made inquiries at their local banks about "wire transfer" procedures, he stated.

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February 19, 2009

Ag Forum held in McClusky

A gathering of about 30 area agricultural producers heard a wide spectrum of speakers on pertinent information on topics that ranged from the intricacies of the new farm bill to the ways of feeding cattle herds in severe winter weather.

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