Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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The annual Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce’s Showcase was held Saturday, Feb. 11, at Sutton Public Schools. Here, Mary Scott, pastor of the Sutton Federated Church, along with Paula Bergen work... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Jim Berg, an architect with BVH, presented a revised proposal for the construction, at the Sandy Creek school, for the Career Pathways Program for South Central Unified. Previously in the... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Clay County’s speech teams split up this past weekend for meets, with Harvard heading to Meridian, Sutton to Minden and Sandy Creek hosting the Cougar Meet. From Harvard, Kylie Doupnik... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Stone, Peterson also advance to state as Mustangs tie for third in final team standings at C-3 district meet Four Sutton wrestlers will advance to the 2017 Nebraska State High School wrestling... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
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Sutton first half play earns C2-9 Sub-District win Monday The Sutton Fillies gained a little revenge Monday, Feb. 13, during first round action in the C2-9 Sub- District tournament, gaining a 43-... + continue reading

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02/15/2017
Purchasing a new mower and one HVAC unit were approved during the Harvard Public School Board meeting Thursday, Feb. 9. A major part of the mower tractor used by HPS,used yearround for mowing and snow plowing, among other items, broke and is leaking oil. The price to replace that part cost $4,912.54, while purchasing a new mower, altogether,... + continue reading
02/15/2017
A long list of items greeted the Fairfield City Council Monday, including an audit report from Terry Galloway, as well as a discussion on grant writing and a citywide cleanup. Galloway went over a number of items, discussing the city’s general fund and the shape it’s in, and ways they can apply for grants to help with projects... + continue reading

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Balancing act   As a person grows older, mobility increasingly becomes difficult, leading to agility defaults, as well as injuries, most of which occur from falls. To combat those issues that come with age, a group of women gather at the Fairfield Auditorium for 12 weeks of Tai Chi, which is a form of physical exercise and... + continue reading
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When one thinks of a sandbox, they might think of children playing at a park, but for Brett Chloupek, it meant a possible learning tool in the classes he teaches. Chloupek, a Harvard Public School graduate, who teaches Geography at Northwest Missouri State University, said he first saw the augmented reality sandbox when watching a YouTube video... + continue reading
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Sutton’s City Administrator, Jeff Hofaker, as well as guest speakers Sharon Hueftle and Kelly Gewecke discussed the results from the downtown revitalization survey and ways to help fund any projects. Results from the survey included Sutton’s demographics, areas of needed improvement downtown, and facts about those who reside in the... + continue reading

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Stone, Peterson also advance to state as Mustangs tie for third in final team standings at C-3 district meet Four Sutton wrestlers will advance to the 2017 Nebraska State High School wrestling... + continue reading

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By Tory Duncan This past weekend was the start of the end of the 2016-17 high school wrestling season, and like any year in the sport, the district meet proves to be the most emotional... + continue reading

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The Nebraska Beginning Farmer and Rancher Network Farm Succession Series. A workshop on Farm and Ranch Business Succession and Estate Planning. You are welcome to attend a free workshop on... + continue reading