McClusky Gazette News

October 2, 2008

Traditional men earn most

Men with egalitarian attitudes about the role of women in society earn significantly less on average than men who hold more traditional views about womens place in the world, according to a study being reported today.

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In a copy of a staff report on issues reviewed before the 2008 State Board of Equalization, the recommendation by LuElla Dahme, Property Tax Specialist, was for the County to review residential assessments within the city of McClusky to ensure equalization for 2009.

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Taking a trip to China sounds exotic and, from all accounts, it was. Charlotte Heitzmann presented her trip via slides to the McClusky eighth grade social studies class and their instructor Roberta Froehlich.

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On a pleasant Wednesday sunny morning on Sept. 10, Ducks Unlimited held a duck banding session for Goodrich School children, grades one through six.

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Principal Dan Klemisch told the McClusky School board, at their Sept. 9 meeting on Tuesday, that the students appear to be enjoying physical education at the elementary school this year.

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Assistant Manager Kendon Faul is the official “agronomist” for the McClusky Co-Op Elevator, starting his employment in August of 2000.

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September 11, 2008

City decides paving issue

The McClusky City Council members voted, 3-0, at their regular monthly meeting on Sept 8, to pursue paving “alligator” and installation and repair spots if they can meet the requested 3,000 square feet minimum for Keller Paving of Minot.

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In the years of country one-room schools, many teachers gained experience of most or all grades in the elementary schools that they taught, plus what is now junior high or middle school grades.

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On August 21, several presidents visited the Sheridan County Courthouse for a “President’s Day” tour around the building. They also attended part of the special budget meeting that was being held. During the meeting, a copy of a letter from the Sheridan County Commissioners to Governor Hoeven was given to the three, Rodney Ness, President of the North Dakota Association of Counties, Terry Traynor, Director of Policy and Programs, NDACo, and Richard Cayko, President of the ND County Commissioners Association.

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The battle lines are drawn. Should a 45-year-old state law requiring pharmacies to be majority-owned by a pharmacist remain intact? Should the law be scrapped? North Dakota remains the only state that requires most pharmacies to be majority owned by a pharmacist.

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