Coming off two straight state championship runs in 2011 with the State Junior Legion State title and in 2012 with the State Senior Legion title, the 2013 version of the Sutton Seniors stepped onto the field this season with one last run at a third state title, but also with an enormous target on their backs.
Obesity statistics in the United States are alarming: more than 35 percent of adults 20-years-old and older and 18 percent of children ages six to 19 are classified as obese.
U.S. Representative for the state of Nebraska Adrian Smith has one of the largest congressional districts in the country to represent. Last Friday, Rep. Smith toured the Central Nebraska Wood Preservers treatment plant in Sutton to educate himself about the facility, as well as the challenges it faces.
In the aftermath of the August 1 storm system that pelted and damaged a large portion of Clay County crop land from north of the Harvard and Inland area’s, south through the Clay Center, Fairfield and Edgar area’s, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Clay County Extension office held a Town Hall type meeting at the Clay County Fairgrounds to help answer some of the early and ongoing questions that producers have had in regards to dealing with, and what to do with their heavily damaged crops.
At 16 years old, Brandon Skinner needed his parents’ permission to enter the Deweese Demolition Derby on Sunday.
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