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LEFT: Josh and Teryl Andersen farm, Est. 1919 (original owner: Robert and Anna Walker) from left—Karen, Leif, Teryl, Elsa, and Josh.

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RIGHT: Robert D. Keasling Revocable Trust farm, Est. 1919 (original owner: Albert Rath) from left: Kathy and Bob. Butch Hassler is presenting the award to each family.

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Joyce Schlick, Mike and Ann Schlick, Paul and Patty Britton farm, Est. 1919 (original owner: Michael A. and Mary Schlick) from left—Brianna, Mike holding Rafe, Ann, Joyce, Levi, Lyndsay, Caleb... + continue reading

Sutton School Board members and administrators tour parts of the high school, looking at construction updates of the Energy Efficiency Project, during Monday night’s meeting.

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A few change orders were approved for the Energy Efficiency Project at Sutton Public School during the board’s meeting Monday night. Totaling $13,319, the change orders are: • $2,940... + continue reading
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Harvard is on its way to expanding its housing options. Jeanne Leick, executive director of Hastings Housing Authority, met with the Clay County Board of Supervisors during its regular meeting... + continue reading

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Carol Van Kirk, the American Legion Auxiliary Past National President, speaks to nearly 100 guests gathered at the Sutton American Legion Saturday, July 13, to celebrate the American Legion’s 100th anniversary.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Gary Wooten, the newly elected American Legion Department Commander from Wilber spoke to the large crowd Saturday.

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Sutton’s Mayor Todd Mau praised the veterans service organization, the largest in the nation, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary through Veterans Day. The American Legion has built a... + continue reading

JORDYN HULINSKY | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Garrett Bonnell gained the win for Sutton on the mound during Sutton’s 4-2 road win at St. Paul. Bonnell recorded four strikeouts, while allowing six hits and two runs in the game.

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The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team used a pair of runs in the first inning and two more in the top of the eighth to come away with a 4-2 win on the road at St. Paul, Wednesday, July 10. The... + continue reading

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Adi Friesen is a five-time World Champion, three-time Reserve World Champion, two-time NSBA Champion and 2019 Pinto World YA Western All Around Reserve Champion after competing at the 2019 Pinto World Championship Show in Tulsa, OK, June 10-22. Friesen, of Sutton, competed in nine competition classes and received eight trophy buckles, two NSBA... + continue reading
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LEFT: Kyra Nejezchleb smiles big as she pedals down the makeshift track in front of the grandstand at the Clay County Fair Wednesday, July 10, for the Kids Pedal Pull. Nejezchleb earned first in the 4-yearold girls. RIGHT: Tyler Hajny, who took first in 4-year-old boys, pushes forward during a round of tractor pulling. + continue reading

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Carol Van Kirk, the American Legion Auxiliary Past National President, speaks to nearly 100 guests gathered at the Sutton American Legion Saturday, July 13, to celebrate the American Legion’s 100th anniversary.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Gary Wooten, the newly elected American Legion Department Commander from Wilber spoke to the large crowd Saturday.

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Sutton’s Mayor Todd Mau praised the veterans service organization, the largest in the nation, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary through Veterans Day. The American Legion has built a legacy of dedicated service to veterans, the military, families and communities since its founding in March 1919. The national organization was... + continue reading
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Harvard’s School Board approved a number of items at its Monday, July 8, meeting, and discussed policies. Superintendent Michael Derr reported on buses at HPS, many of which are older and one is only used if absolutely necessary. He noticed Sandy Creek was selling buses and investigated them, with the help of two bus drivers, and... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN & ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

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Legion and Auxiliary members served as the grand marshals during Clay Center’s annual Fourth of July Celebration parade.

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A colorful display of fireworks explode in the air during the Sutton Volunteer Fire Department’s fireworks show July 4.  To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%20NewsID530/ + continue reading

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MELISSAWHITEFOOT | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Fairfield pitcher Brayton Jarosik delivers a pitch during Fairfield’s Sunday night win over Aurora in the B5 District tournament at Central City. Columbus Lakeview would knock the Fairfield Juniors out of the tournament Monday night with a 5-2 win.

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Action in the B-5 District Junior Legion baseball tournament in Central City took a tough turn for the Fairfield Juniors in the opening game, Friday, July 12, as the Twin River Juniors registered a... + continue reading

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There are so many times in my life that I’m glad I grew up the way I did, living in small town America, where everybody knows pretty much everybody. Yes, at times, small town life can be a... + continue reading

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LINCOLN—Beginning and experienced graziers, land managers, policy makers, and those concerned with the utilization and conservation of our grazing lands are encouraged to register for the 19th... + continue reading

RITA BRHEL | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Dr. Dale Grotelueschen, GPVEC’s director and a University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor, commented on GPVEC as a “unique program with its focus on food animals.”The building was officially dedicated in 1990.

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RITA BRHEL | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

This lab features a life-size model of a cow to give the opportunity to practice with animal models before live animals.

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