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... + 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... + 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... + continue reading
Senior Kane Majors works over Hastings St. Cecilia wrestler John Walz during the semifinal round match in the 220 pound class at the Wood River Invitational last Friday. Majors would claim runner-up honors in the meet after a tough loss to returning state medalist Payton Schake of Amherst. Majors owns a 5-2 record as the Mustangs head to the Red Raider Invitational at Sandy Creek this Friday afternoon
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Sutton’s senior leader Tyler Bailey would pin his way to the gold medal during action at the Wood River Invitational Dec. 12, as he earned four pinfall wins to improve to 7-0 on the year.... + continue reading
The Sandy Creek boys, with their 61-54 win over Centennial Dec. 11, combined with losses to Adams Central Dec. 9 and Friend Saturday night, are 2-4 on the season. Here, Kendall Dickson (53) and Corbin Hansen (31) maneuver for a rebound during the Cougars’ win over the Broncos. Also looking on is John Sock (21) and Gabe Munoz (23).
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A heavy dose of David Bohlen and Evan Lindblad, who accounted for 27 of the Patriots’ 73 points, would see Adams Central roll to a 73-46 win over the Cougars, Dec. 9. The Cougars... + continue reading
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.
Shirley Doupnik
Todd Mau was sworn in under oath to be the new Mayor of Sutton during the Sutton City Council’s Dec. 9 meeting.
Tory Duncan
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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Senior Kane Majors works over Hastings St. Cecilia wrestler John Walz during the semifinal round match in the 220 pound class at the Wood River Invitational last Friday. Majors would claim runner-up honors in the meet after a tough loss to returning state medalist Payton Schake of Amherst. Majors owns a 5-2 record as the Mustangs head to the Red Raider Invitational at Sandy Creek this Friday afternoon
Teri Majors
The Sandy Creek boys, with their 61-54 win over Centennial Dec. 11, combined with losses to Adams Central Dec. 9 and Friend Saturday night, are 2-4 on the season. Here, Kendall Dickson (53) and Corbin Hansen (31) maneuver for a rebound during the Cougars’ win over the Broncos. Also looking on is John Sock (21) and Gabe Munoz (23).
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12/17/2014
Plans are underway for the 2015 “Comedy For The Cause,” set for Saturday, Feb. 14, at the Sutton Community Center. Advanced tickets for the event will go on sale this coming Monday, Dec. 15, at both Cornerstone Bank locations in Sutton or by contacting Shannon Schelkopf at 402-984-1093. This year’s event will see the... + continue reading
12/17/2014
Sutton’s ambulances will soon be getting some potentially life-saving upgrades. During the Dec. 9 Sutton City Council meeting, Clay County Emergency Manager Loren Uden notified council members that a $25,000 grant from theAmerican Heart Association’s  Midwest Affiliate had been awarded to the Sutton EMT... + continue reading

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Conway and Schott are team members: Devin Spike, Kelsey Andrews and Ascha Schumm
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South Central Power District Key Account Manager Royce Schott, far right, presents Harvard Power Drive Team coach Chuck Conway, with a check for $600 the money will be used towards the upkeep and operations of the Harvard Power Drive team’s two cars for the upcoming season that will begin in late March. To view more please log in or... + continue reading
For 50 years, Gene Andersen has greeted visitors and shoppers to his Nut House in Ong. Up until 2000, Andersen also sold home grown Christmas trees. Today, he continues to sell nuts, veggies and an assortment of other goodies.
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Looking for a way to get yourself in the Christmas spirit? A easy remedy for that is a trip to Ong, Nebraska, and a visit with Gene Andersen. That visit alone will put your spirits in the right frame of mind. Andersen has a knack for changing your mood, and right fast at that. His wit, humor and ease... + continue reading
South Central senior Logan Searle would capture one of two first place finished for the Red Raiders Saturday, winning four matches at the Harvard Invitational to start his final season.
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With the help of two individual champions and four more runner-up titles, the Sutton Mustangs began the 2014-15 wrestling season as the runnerup in the team race during Saturday’s Harvard Invitational. They trailed only Shelton-Kenesaw, who would come from behind in the final round to edge Sutton 151-134 in the final... + continue reading

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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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by U.S. Congressman Adrian Smith Illegal immigration is one of the many issues Congress needs to address. Not only are millions of people in our country without legal status, but there... + 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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