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During the 4-H Award Program Nov. 2, Ann Lindvall, left, was presented with the Herman and Arlene Valentine Memorial Leader Award for being an Outstanding 4-H Leader in Clay County.... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Snow blows over DLD Road east of Saronville Thursday, Nov. 8. Clay County was placed in a Winter Weather Advisory Nov. 8, which brought temperatures of 29 degrees, two inches of snow, and... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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FAR LEFT: Members of the Fairfield Boy Scout Troop #94 post the colors at the start of the Sandy Creek Veteran’s Day program, held Friday, Nov. 9, at Sandy Creek High School. Mike Thompson... + continue reading
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Mustangs end 2018 season at 10-2 BY TORY DUNCAN The bitter cold temperatures during Friday nights C-2 semifinal playoff bout between the Sutton Mustangs and Norfolk Catholic Knights did very... + continue reading
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Wilcox-Hildreth standout Jenkins rolls up 478 total yards ending Harvard’s football season at 10-1 BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Back and forth was the name of the game during the first half of... + continue reading

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11/14/2018
BY RITA BREHL Fairfield’s main street building with the iconic landscape mural painted on the south side is about to be posted for sale, but potential buyers beware that a purchase comes with stipulations. The former City of Fairfield office, located at 401 D Street, has some issues—the least being a bad roof. But the last thing... + continue reading
11/14/2018
AGRICULTURAL UPDATE & THE ROAD AHEAD Those of us in agriculture are no stranger to risks involved with agriculture that are taken every day, whether it is financial, production, legal, price/market or human resource risks. While we can’t control everything, there are measures that can be taken to protect one’s... + continue reading

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BY TORY DUNCAN Corbin Hansen, a 2016 Sandy Creek graduate from Deweese, had a stellar day this past Saturday in helping to lead is University of Nebraska-Kearney cross country teammates to a runner-up finish in the 2018 Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) cross country championships, hosted by Emporia State University of... + continue reading
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Sutton’s football Mustangs put together one of their biggest performances of the season this past Friday night in David City, as the Mustangs, behind powerful offensive and defensive line play, and a record setting rushing night for senior Brett Simonsen, barreled through the Monarchs of Aquinas Catholic 46- 21 in the quarterfinal round of... + continue reading
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Prior to the third consecutive battle between Harvard and Cody-Kilgore, Head Coach Scott Trimble felt confident in his team, “I feel like we had a good week of preparation. The guys are pretty focused on what they need to do,” he said. “In three years of six-man football, the field we’ve played on... + continue reading

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Mustangs end 2018 season at 10-2 BY TORY DUNCAN The bitter cold temperatures during Friday nights C-2 semifinal playoff bout between the Sutton Mustangs and Norfolk Catholic Knights did very... + continue reading

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By Tory Duncan Sunday was a day in which a great deal of emotions were being shared both personally and through social media (for me directly...Twitter). It was the 100th anniversary of the... + continue reading

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AGRICULTURAL UPDATE & THE ROAD AHEAD Those of us in agriculture are no stranger to risks involved with agriculture that are taken every day, whether it is financial, production,... + continue reading