Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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The Sutton Legion Color Guard walks south down Saunders Avenue during the Dugout Days Parade on Saturday, as Jim’s Agri Ari’s Jim Jones Sr. and Brad Stauffer, a pilot for Agri Air, fly... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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With a “Proud Past and Promising Future,” Clay Center is set for another Fourth of July celebration. This year’s celebration will stretch over a three-day period, beginning on... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
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Water meters, security systems and nuisance properties were discussed during the monthly Clay Center City Council meeting Tuesday, June 21. Charles Bausch and Nick Martin, with HD Water Supply,... + continue reading
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Six-Man football will be coming to Harvard High School this fall, when the Cardinals host the St. Edward Beavers on Sept. 2. Harvard Head Coach Scott Trimble and a host of statewide coaches... + continue reading
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Winners of the Railroad Run 5K include, in front, from the left: Ethan Messmer, Rowan Jarosik, Brayton Jarosik, Teagan Jarosik, Lili Andersen and Athziri Diaz. In the middle row, from the left:... + continue reading

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06/29/2016
A full agenda faced the Sutton City Council during their June meeting held this month on Monday, June 27.A public hearing kicked off the new business portion of the meeting, with council members approving the clean up properties of what were considered nuisance properties in Sutton.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading
06/22/2016
A Project SENSE Demonstration Day on Thursday, June 30 is planned in Edgar. The demo day will show growers how to outfit and implement the project’s Nitrogen management strategy on their operations. Project SENSE (Sensors for Efficient Nitrogen Use and Stewardship of the Environment) focuses on improving the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizer... + continue reading

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Two Clay County 4-H members competed at the PASE (Premiere Animal Science Event) Livestock Judging Contest held June 21, in Lincoln at the University of Nebraska College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources. Josh Shaw, the son of Brian and Julie Shaw of Fairfield, and Jason Brockman, the son of Steve and Cheryl Brockman of Deweese,... + continue reading
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Sutton Public High School student Brittney Reinsch has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship from America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. In the fall, Reinsch will study agricultural economics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Reinsch exemplifies the quality of students who are selected for Grow Ag Leaders... + continue reading
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Thursday, June 16, representatives of the South Heartland District Health Department talked to the staff of the Sutton Swimming Pool, as well as attendees during that day’s swim time, about sun safety. Laurie Sheridan, Brooke Wolfe, and Jake Fowler explained to attendees and lifeguards the importance of sun safety and steps they could take... + continue reading

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Six-Man football will be coming to Harvard High School this fall, when the Cardinals host the St. Edward Beavers on Sept. 2. Harvard Head Coach Scott Trimble and a host of statewide coaches... + continue reading

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by Ashley Swanson  ccnashdswan@gmail.com    Wake up, take photos here and there, laugh, have fun, eat delicious food, sleep, repeat. That’s kind of the... + continue reading

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Two Clay County 4-H members competed at the PASE (Premiere Animal Science Event) Livestock Judging Contest held June 21, in Lincoln at the University of Nebraska College of Agricultural Science and... + continue reading