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Deweese native and 2016 Sandy Creek grad Corbin Hansen earned all-american honors for the Loper cross country team Saturday with a 31st place finish in the NCAA Division II cross country meet in Pittsburgh PA.

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Corbin Hansen, a 2016 graduate of Sandy Creek High School and a Deweese native, has earned All-American honors for his performance in the NCAA Division II national cross country championships, this... + continue reading

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Senior guard Cory Marshall scorched the Giltner boys for 21 points Friday night, as the Harvard boys edged the Hornets 48-42 for their first win over Giltner since the 2006-07 season.

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Harvard’s first basketball game of the season proved to be a nail biter and a monumental night, as the Cardinals soared to a 48-42 win over the Giltner Hornets Nov.29. This game was the... + continue reading
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Sandy Creek is hoping to be the latest school in Clay County to bring on the Beef in Schools program, joining Sutton Public Schools in this statewide Nebraska Cattlemen initiative. If the SC Beef... + continue reading

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Held by Mrs. Claus, Kinsley Griess stares at Santa as he tries to get her to look at her mom for a photo during the jolly couple’s visit to Sutton’s Parade of Lights Monday night.... + continue reading

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Seven Harvard football players earned eight honors by the coaches of the D6-3 six-man football district. Honored were, in front, from the left: Noah Okraska, David Reazola, Cory Marshall and Ben Okraska. In the back, from the left: Pelle Rocco, Hunter Wilkerson and Ethan Piper.

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After back-to-back 10-1 seasons on the gridiron, seven Harvard football players earned eight post-season honors by the coaches of the D6-3 six-man district. Junior Noah Okraska was named to the... + continue reading

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Nationally acclaimed soil scientist and farmer, Ray Archuleta, “The Soils Guy,” will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural “Project GROW” Field Day in York on Dec. 12, at the Holthus Convention Center. This event is hosted by the Upper Big Blue NRD. Archuleta is a farmer from Seymour, MO. He teaches Biomimicry... + continue reading
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After a joint discussion between the Edgar and Fairfield City Councils last week, their water project appears to be moving forward. The two councils held a special meeting on Nov. 27 at the city auditorium in Fairfield to review a Water Purchase Agreement, which guides the logistics of Edgar buying Fairfield’s water via a pipeline running... + continue reading

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Seven Harvard football players earned eight honors by the coaches of the D6-3 six-man football district. Honored were, in front, from the left: Noah Okraska, David Reazola, Cory Marshall and Ben Okraska. In the back, from the left: Pelle Rocco, Hunter Wilkerson and Ethan Piper.

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After back-to-back 10-1 seasons on the gridiron, seven Harvard football players earned eight post-season honors by the coaches of the D6-3 six-man district. Junior Noah Okraska was named to the first team as a kicker, while also garnering first team honors as a defensive back to lead the Cardinal honors. Additionally, on offense, David... + continue reading
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BY RITA BRHEL The effects of over-exercising; a stress-free elementary math lesson; how to diagnose a transmission problem; and starting a farrier business are just a sampling of the 48 topics to be covered by high school student presentations on Dec. 5 from 11:50 a.m. -3:30 p.m., at Sandy Creek High School. The public is encouraged to join... + continue reading
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RITA BRHEL | CLAY COUNTY NEWS Harvard Public School’s kindergarten class hosted grandparents day Wednesday, Nov. 14; this was the 20th year for the event. This year’s class performed a play about pilgrims and Native Americans, sang songs, and did a reading exercise and writing activity with their grandparents/ special guest. Here,... + continue reading

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Senior guard Cory Marshall scorched the Giltner boys for 21 points Friday night, as the Harvard boys edged the Hornets 48-42 for their first win over Giltner since the 2006-07 season.

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Harvard’s first basketball game of the season proved to be a nail biter and a monumental night, as the Cardinals soared to a 48-42 win over the Giltner Hornets Nov.29. This game was the... + continue reading

CORBY DORSEY - UNK | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Deweese native and 2016 Sandy Creek grad Corbin Hansen earned all-american honors for the Loper cross country team Saturday with a 31st place finish in the NCAA Division II cross country meet in Pittsburgh PA.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Seven Harvard football players earned eight honors by the coaches of the D6-3 six-man football district. Honored were, in front, from the left: Noah Okraska, David Reazola, Cory Marshall and Ben Okraska. In the back, from the left: Pelle Rocco, Hunter Wilkerson and Ethan Piper.

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RAMBLES It’s difficult to imagine one act season being over. Usually, when the season ends, it’s simply me moving to the next season knowing that there are basketball games and... + continue reading

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Nationally acclaimed soil scientist and farmer, Ray Archuleta, “The Soils Guy,” will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural “Project GROW” Field Day in York on Dec. 12, at... + continue reading