Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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One shoe size does not fit all. Monday morning, after a buzz of conversations settled, coffee was found and breakfast consumed, teachers, staff and administration at Harvard Public School... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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Zach Brennfoerder works a Farmall antique tractor down the track of the Deweese pull held Saturday afternoon, west of Deweese, while Brad Brennfoerder watches from the side.... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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Fairfield’s annual Triple F Festival is finally here and set for Saturday, beginning the activity-filled day with a pancaked feed from 8-10:30 a.m., at the city auditorium. Following the... + continue reading
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
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Located just west of Deweese, tucked away behind rows of trees and parallel to the Little Blue, hoots and hollars could be heard throughout the two-hour demo derby. Deweese’s 39th annual... + continue reading
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The King of the Hill Late Model Shoot out began at Junction Motor Speedway Friday night with Terry Phillips claiming victory in round one. The Lucas Oil MLRA and MARS late model series teamed... + continue reading

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08/17/2016
Budgets, closure of Spring Ranch Roads, and road matters sealed the agenda for the County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. During a public input, it was discussed to close a number of roads in Spring Ranch, leaving open Birch, Main, Mehaim and Ash Streets. A complete list of the roads and how much of each road may be closed will be presented... + continue reading
08/17/2016
Four Sandy Creek and four Sutton students will earn their American FFA Degrees in a ceremony held during the 89th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN on Oct. 22. From Sandy Creek, those earning their American Degrees include: Emmet Caldwell, Erika Harms, Kody Illingworth and Colton Shuck.   To view more please... + continue reading

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During the Sutton Community Church’s annual event and gathering, two bounce houses were set up for the enjoyment of not only kids, but some adults, too. Games, such as dodgeball and volleyball were also set up for everyone’s amusement. In between games and switching from bounce house to bounce house, a large meal was served, with corn... + continue reading
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As one of the largest employers in Sutton, and a future that has been a strong fixture for over 52 years, the Sutton Community Home begins to prepare for a new and bright future, with the hopes of adding to the community of Sutton’s culture. With the aid of both the Sutton Community Home Board and the Sutton Community Home Foundation, as... + continue reading
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With 67 percent of Edgar’s houses being built prior to 1960 and another 55 percent built before 1939, after almost 80 years, many of the houses have begun to falter, deteriorate and crumble. Following a Blight and Substandard Study conducted by South Central Economic Development District of Holdrege, it was found that in the north section of... + continue reading

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Located just west of Deweese, tucked away behind rows of trees and parallel to the Little Blue, hoots and hollars could be heard throughout the two-hour demo derby. Deweese’s 39th annual... + continue reading

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by Tory Duncan   As I sit down each Monday or Tuesday to pen the Bull column, my hope is that I highlight something or someone, or even a bunch of things or people that stand out... + continue reading

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by Jenny Rees   Crop Update: Much of the corn in a several county area is in the dough to early dent stage. The heat has really pushed this crop along and greatly impacted our non... + continue reading