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Sandy Creek ended its first semester with a special event to celebrate K-eighth grades’ reading success at Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson schools. Sandy Creek’s K-fourth graders read... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
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Hundreds of brightly colored Christmas wrapping paper rolls are piled on tables. Busy hands use them to wrap numerous presents—ranging from toys to clothes—making sure every inch of... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 24, 2014
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Losses to Doniphan-Trumbull and Wilber- Clatonia this past week would see the Sandy Creek boys basketball team fall to 2-6 on the year. A trip to Doniphan Friday night would ... + continue reading
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At 3-2 coming into the third week of the season, and without the services of starting point guard Kailyn Wiseman due to a season ending knee injury, the Sutton Fillies faced a... + continue reading
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Senior Logan Searle would lead a group of four South Central wrestlers in the form of highlights during the 2014 Red Raider Invitational this past Friday, as he captured... + continue reading

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12/24/2014
Nearly 1,500 graduates received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln at ceremonies Dec. 19 and 20. Graduates from Clay County included Emily Nicole Moore, Glenvil, College of Arts and Sciences, bachelor of arts; Mackenzie Rae Schlautman, Saronville, College of Journalism and Mass ... + continue reading
12/24/2014
Brad Lang of Hastings has received the 31st Annual Outstanding Service Award at Central Community College- Hastings. The award is presented annually to a Hastings Campus employee who demonstrates exemplary service to the college. Lang has been an agribusinessinstructor at CCC since 1989.  To... + continue reading

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Ray Nierman, the Scarecrow, Dallas Doupnik Jr., the Lion, and Zach Faltys, the Tin Man, share a moment on stage with Katie Bell, acting as Beth, at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk during the Class C-2 State Play Production championships Thursday, Dec. 11. Harvard would place fourth overall at state.
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Just one week after winning the C2-4 District Play Production competition in front of their hometown crowd, the cast of Harvard’s production of “OZ” would venture into state play production competion held at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk.The cast would kickoff the Class C-2 competition at state Thursday, Dec.... + continue reading
Todd Mau was sworn in under oath to be the new Mayor of Sutton during the Sutton City Council’s Dec. 9 meeting.
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Sutton businessman Todd Mau, owner of Todd’s Feed and Trailer Sales, officially became the new mayor for the City of Sutton during the Sutton City Council’s monthly meeting held Dec. 9. Mau replaces longtime mayor Bob Hale, who chose not to run for a third term in office this past election year. Hale handed ... + continue reading
Sandy Creek senior Krista Johnson attempts to steal the ball during the Lady Cougars’ 48-18 win over Centennial in Southern Nebraska Conference play in the Cougars’ Den Dec. 11.
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Heading into the second week of action on the hardwood, Sandy Creek’s girls basketball team looked to improve on their 1-1 opening week record. The week would produce one win for the Lady Cougars, downing Centennial by 30 points. A pair of losses to Adams Central and Friend, however, would leave theSandy Creek... + continue reading

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Losses to Doniphan-Trumbull and Wilber- Clatonia this past week would see the Sandy Creek boys basketball team fall to 2-6 on the year. A trip to Doniphan Friday night would ... + continue reading

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I hear provocative questions pop up at a community gathering, such as “Who is Santa Claus this year? Or, is that person who I think it is.” Well honey, may I break it to you... + continue reading

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Based on Nov. 1 conditions, Nebraska’s 2014 corn crop is forecast at 1.58 billion bushels, down 2% from last year’s record high, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.... + continue reading

Adilynn Friesen and Mya are shown at the AQHA Region Two Championships, held in, Rapid City, SD, September 18-21. As a team, they were awarded the All Around 13 and under Championship title.
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Erika Harms, of Glenvil, was the Champion Senior Showman during the 2014 Ak-Sar-Ben Youth Livestock Exposition.
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