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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.... + 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... + 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... + continue reading
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Harvard earns 54-point victory over Red Cloud Friday BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Harvard Cardinals hold their stand as one of only a few undefeated teams in six-man football after ... + continue reading
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By ASHLEY D. SWANSON Within the first 15 seconds of the Sandy Creek versus Sutton game Friday, sophomore Quenton Jones scored a touchdown for the Mustangs. The quick feet and powerful... + continue reading

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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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Living on the edge of Fairfield, Rita Brhel has been writing professionally for more than 20 years. She grew up on a farm in the Pauline area and attended school in Blue Hill, where she began her newspaper career at the Blue Hill Leader as a sportswriter at age 16. After graduating high school, greatly influenced by her activities in 4-H and... + continue reading

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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON At 2:30 in the morning, most people would not want to hear a band playing at top notch, nor would they want hordes of people cheering. For the 135 women attending the 12th annual Honor Flight, however, this noise hit their hearts and brought tears to their eyes as they boarded a plane for a once-ina- lifetime trip. For... + continue reading
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Medicaid causing struggles; use of agency, low census not factors BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Harvard Rest Haven and Harvard House, the nursing home and assisted living in Harvard, are feeling the same struggles other homes across the nation are experiencing. Of those struggles, Medicaid plays a huge factor in causing issues for homes.... + continue reading
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BY RITA BRHEL Since its inception more than a century ago, the goal of 4-H has always been to equip the next generation in becoming future leaders of their communities. For Clay County 4-H, this means constantly evolving the program to stay relevant with the times. “4-H has changed so much over the years,” Holli Alley, 4-H... + continue reading

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Harvard earns 54-point victory over Red Cloud Friday BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Harvard Cardinals hold their stand as one of only a few undefeated teams in six-man football after ... + continue reading

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By Ashley D. Swanson When you’re young, sometimes you don’t truly understand the gravity of any given situation. Most of the time, you sit there in silence or ask a ton... + continue reading

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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... + continue reading