Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Six Spring Ranch residents were present for the public hearing to vacate a number of streets and alleys in the Spring Ranch vicinity, during the County Board of Supervisors’ meeting Tuesday.... + continue reading
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Instead of hosting a forum, with one person talking and the community listening, the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources decided to switch things up. On a one-on-one basis, Clay countians could... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Despite rainfall over the weekend, farmers were back to the fields Monday afternoon for harvest. Corn and bean fields are beginning to look flat again, as farmers, such as these near County Road S... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Tri County and Hastings St. Cecilia both handed the Sutton Fillies losses this past week. The Lady Trojans toppled Sutton in four sets Sept. 20 on the road, before the Hawkettes came into the Sutton... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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A personal best four under par 68 by Sutton graduate Reid Wiebe helped the Concordia Bulldog men’s golf team capture second place honors at the Blue River Classic, held at Wilderness Ridge Golf... + continue reading

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09/28/2016
A big agenda greeted the Clay Center City Council during their monthly meeting Tuesday, Sept. 20. Following the council’s approval of annexing the property for the future Dollar General store, Carl Gilbert, with Baker and Associates, presented the property lines for the store. After further discussion, the council approved replatting, which... + continue reading
09/21/2016
Dennis Valentine, on behalf of the Clay County Fair Board, reported to the County Board of Supervisors they are moving forward with plans to expand the main building at the fairgrounds. Valentine said expanding the building would give them much needed space. The current building has run out of room for storage and the extension office would... + continue reading

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When it came to celebrating his 100th career win, Harvard’s Head Football Coach Scott Trimble said he’s had a lot of good kids to work with to bring him to this point. Trimble’s 100th career win would come in the form of a 54-32 win against the Deshler Dragons, who walked into the battle at 3-0.    To view more please... + continue reading
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More than seven million young people across the country will be celebrating National 4-H Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of October. Clay County 4-H leverages National 4-H Week to celebrate the great things that the 4-H youth development program offers young people and highlights the incredible young people who each day... + continue reading
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Derek Drudik demonstrates how a round bailer works for Sutton Christian School and Sutton Public School students Friday, Sept. 16, during Sutton FFA’s Safety Day. A number of farm machines and other farm-related demonstrations were set up in the school’s parking lot for students to look at and partake in. See page 8A for more photos... + continue reading

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Tri County and Hastings St. Cecilia both handed the Sutton Fillies losses this past week. The Lady Trojans toppled Sutton in four sets Sept. 20 on the road, before the Hawkettes came into the Sutton... + continue reading

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By Keuhn   A number of significant problems in the Nebraska Department of Corrections were brought to public attention in 2014. From sentencing miscalculations that resulted in the early... + continue reading

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More than seven million young people across the country will be celebrating National 4-H Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of October. Clay County 4-H leverages National 4-H... + continue reading