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Deweese native, 1993 graduate of Sandy Creek On Wednesday, Oct. 11, President Donald Trump nominated Brian C. Buescher of Omaha to serve on the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska.... + continue reading
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Tuesday, Oct. 16, Clay Center kicked off the start of a new clinic, which is expected to be complete by summer 2019. Diane Keller, at left, CEO at Memorial Community Health, based in Aurora, said,... + continue reading
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Spring musical announced during fall extravaganza Oct. 9 BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON When the Harvard community comes together, it’s often times in support of the students attending... + continue reading
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Harvard rolls up 325 all-purpose yards during seventh win, Ben Okraska paces offensive power   BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Unstoppable is easily one of the best words to describe the ... + continue reading
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Sutton Fillies won 2-of-3 at the Centennial Invite Saturday when the Fillies first fell to Wood River in two sets, before defeating Friend and Tri County.... + continue reading

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10/17/2018
Due to recent rain, harvest season has been quiet throughout the county. Sunday’s snowfall, which amounted to about two inches in some spots, didn’t help the situation, leaving tractors and combines in the fields and cornstalks covered in moisture.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://... + continue reading
10/10/2018
By RITA BRHEL Between stained seed, flat pods, pod shatter and lodging plants, soybean farmers have had enough to worry about this harvest. Yet despite these obstacles and weather-related worries of trying to get the crop out of the field, this summer’s timely rains appear to have given potential... + continue reading

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BY TORY DUNCAN The Sutton Community Home and its governing board will be hosting a town hall meeting at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 16. Slated for the Sutton Community Center, located at 200 S. Saunders Ave., this meeting will focus on the current state of the community home and the future direction in which the SCH board hopes to go... + continue reading
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Griffin Bergen smiles as he runs through a cloud of blue chalk during the Sutton Elementary Color Run Friday.    To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%20NewsID530/ + continue reading
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BY RITA BRHEL It’s not hard to imagine how the latest stretch of wet weather has delayed Clay County’s farmers yet again. Combines sit stranded in fields abandoned midway through cutting, and the grain elevators have been eerily quiet for early October. But the truth is, this fall’s biggest harvest troubles hasn’... + continue reading

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Harvard rolls up 325 all-purpose yards during seventh win, Ben Okraska paces offensive power   BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Unstoppable is easily one of the best words to describe the ... + continue reading

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By Ashley D. Swanson I n the past almost-four years, I’ve talked about my family quite a bit, because, well, I kinda like them and enjoy sharing stories about... + continue reading

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Due to recent rain, harvest season has been quiet throughout the county. Sunday’s snowfall, which amounted to about two inches in some spots, didn’t help the situation, leaving tractors... + continue reading