Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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Building plans are becoming a reality for Sandy Creek, though none are set in stone, drafts and 2-D and 3-D plans are being sketched out. Dennis Coudriet and Ryan Hier of BVH Architects... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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Emotions were high as family, friends and younger classmates watched as 85 Clay county students graduated from their perspective schools over the weekend.   HARVARD:... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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Sandy Creek has picked up the pieces of damage caused by a May 9 tornado, which destroyed the east awning, HVAC unit, cracked multiple windows and damaged vehicles. Following the tornado,... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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The Harvard girls track team will be headed to the 2016 Nebraska State High School Track and Field Championships in Omaha this weekend in five events. The waiting game, however, affected the... + continue reading
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Heading into the Class C-5 District track and field championships, the Sutton Mustangs had their eyes set on challenging a strong field of teams in the meet held at Fillmore Central High... + continue reading

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05/18/2016
All records are meant to be broken, says the old saying. In the case of the Sandy Creek boys discus record, it took 42 years to refresh the record board for the Cougars, but finally, senior Brook Svoboda was able to put his name in the record books with a huge win in the Class C-5 District track and field championships held May 12 in... + continue reading
05/18/2016
After serving as an administrator, coach and teacher, Harvard Public School’s Principal Brent Williamson is calling it a day. Williamson will retire, following the 2015-16 school year.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.   + continue reading

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Sandy Creek students were out in mass Friday, May 6, for a community service day. Breaking off into groups, students and advisors traveled to Edgar, Glenvil, Deweese, Fairfield and Clay Center to trim bushes and trees, paint fences and curbs and re-mulch parks. Here, a group of students paint the front of a building across from the courthouse,... + continue reading
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“It sounded like a bomb going off, and then the lights went out and I heard a scream,” Lue Graesser said, recalling the evening storm Monday, that damaged a portion of the Sandy Creek School. While three tornadoes touched down in the county, according to Emergency Management Coordinator Loren Uden, only one did damage. A storm chaser... + continue reading
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Jalyn Shafer earned the lone gold medal of the day, in action at the Sutton Invite, May 5, while Sadie Svoboda earned a pair of medals in the 100 meter dash and the 100 meter hurdles to lead the Sandy Creek girls track team in Sutton. Heartland held a 120-110 scoring edge over second place Superior in the final team standings, while Sutton’s... + continue reading

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All records are meant to be broken, says the old saying. In the case of the Sandy Creek boys discus record, it took 42 years to refresh the record board for the Cougars, but finally,... + continue reading

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by Tory Duncan You’ll notice on page 1C this week, a little story regarding a man, who on Saturday, graduated, in his own words, with his kids. Brent Williamson, the principal, the... + continue reading

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Corn and Soybean Update: After last week’s storms, some have wondered how long their germinated seed and emerged plants could survive under water. There isn’t a great deal of research... + continue reading