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Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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After about 10 hours of hearing witness testimonies and deliberating, the Harvard School Board voted 4-2 to terminate Jermaine Guinyard’s contract, effective at the close of the 2018-19 school... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Shown is a small collection of confiscated drugs, including marijuana and meth, as well as drug paraphernalia that has recently been confiscated by the Sutton Police Department during drug arrests in Sutton.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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If you ask Sutton Police Chief Tracey Landenberger and officer Mitch Meyer about drug related crimes not happening in Sutton, or small-town Nebraska for that matter, they will both open your eyes to... + continue reading

HANNAH COLLINS | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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Lillian and Bruce Larsen swing dance during the HART Legacy event Saturday, April 13, at the Clay County Fairgrounds. The event, Boots and Blue Jeans Ball, featured a prime rib meal, silent auction,... + continue reading

Clay County News Staff, back row, from left: Ashley D. Swanson, Rita Brhel, Tory Duncan, and Teri Majors. In front, Glenda Griess, left, and Karla Fehr. Not pictured: Melissa Whitefoot, Jordyn Hulinsky, and Hannah Collins.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
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The staff of the Clay County News was honored with 11 awards during the Nebraska Press Association’s 145th annual convention held Friday and Saturday, April 5 and 6, at the Kearney Holiday Inn... + continue reading

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Sutton senior Megan Fehr was selected to serve as a Nebraska State FFA officer for the upcoming year during the 91st Nebraska FFA State Convention April 3-5 in Lincoln.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
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Sutton High School senior Megan Fehr, the daughter of Bruce and Karla Fehr, was named a 2019-20 Nebraska State FFA officer during the 91st annual Nebraska FFA State Convention, held in Lincoln, April... + continue reading

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04/17/2019
Another strong performance, both on and off the track, would gain the Sandy Creek girls a sixthplace team finish with 53 total points, as the Cougars gained seven medals on the day, four of which came on the track and another three in field events. Hastings St. Cecilia outscored second place Sutton by 47 points, 116-69, with the Cougars... + continue reading
04/17/2019
Strong efforts by the Sutton Mustangs on the track, where a total of 14 medals would be earned, propelled the Mustangs to their second straight meet title, as the Mustangs outscored second place Hastings St. Cecilia 125-81 to win the Heartland Invite, one week after winning the Sandy Creek meet. All three relays for Sutton would earn gold,... + continue reading

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Saturday evening, Edgar’s Fire and Rescue Departments gave thanks and honors to their members during the annual honors night banquet. At the left, Chris Tripe shakes hands with Gene Babcock after earning Firefighter of The Year. This year’s EMT of the Year was given to Brad Brennfoerder, show at the right, shaking hands with Darrell... + continue reading
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Even though less than one inch of rain fell between March 28-30, heavy flooding is still apparent in some areas throughout the county. Here, a pond of water can be seen across County Road T, just south of Road 310.    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 WHITNEY WINTER As the Career and Technical Educators at Sutton Public School gear up for their last year for the reVISION grant, they continue to open their school to outsiders for tours and a chance to learn about their Career Pathway Program. Sutton Public Schools started the journey of converting their curriculum to what it is now,... + continue reading

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Freshman Caitlin Rempe earned first place honors in the triple jump and was the silver medalist in the long jump April 9, in action at the Heartland Invite in Henderson.

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Another strong performance, both on and off the track, would gain the Sandy Creek girls a sixthplace team finish with 53 total points, as the Cougars gained seven medals on the day, four of which... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton sprinter, Kyle Baumert, right, and Jacob Rogers, left, battle with Hastings St. Cecilia’s Jake Esch in the prelims of the 100-meter dash at the Heartland Invite in Henderson. Baumert went on to win gold in the event and two other individual events, while both Baumert and Rogers helped to guide the Mustangs’ 400-meter relay team to gold

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Last weekend those involved with HART Legacy got together for their first-ever Boots and Blue Jeans Ball in Clay Center. Typically at these events I’m out front either helping out in some... + continue reading

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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) State Executive Director Nancy Johner today announced that producers who suffered livestock losses due to a combination of extended... + continue reading

RITA BRHEL | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Above, Alley explains the mapping for the city park to Brhel, left, and Skalka, during the afterschool activity.

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