Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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The vision of the Sutton Community Home has led the facility down a new and positive future, as after several months of examination and discussions about what direction to build the future of the... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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Harvard Rest Haven hosted a color run Saturday morning, in an effort to raise funds for the home. Here, Cory Marshall, left, tosses color onto Nax Ruiz as she runs through the color run.... + continue reading

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A native of Plainview, NE, Dr. Kevin Warneke, the director of Client Advancement for the Steier Group, will be involved in the planning study with O’Shaughnessy.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
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The Sutton Community Home Foundation has retained the services of the Steier Group, a development consulting firm based out of Omaha, to conduct a comprehensive planning study into the funding of a... + continue reading

ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

The South Central Nebraska Unified District #5 was honored Tuesday as the Outstanding Secondary Career Education Program in the State of Nebraska during the annual Nebraska Career Education Conference at the Younes Conference Center in Kearney. Pictured from the left is Dr. Stan Essink, Lawrence-Nelson principal Dana Epley and Sandy Creek principal Jason Searle.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
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For the second year in a row, a Clay County school district has been honored as the top Career and Technical Education program in the state of Nebraska, as honored by the Nebraska Department of... + continue reading

ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

On July 1, Mark and JoAnn Brown, pictured at right, will hand the title of owner of Brown’s Thrift Store over to Ty and Anna Itzen, at left.

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Since 1949, Sutton has had a grocery store located at the corner of Saunders Avenue and West Grove Street, first belonging to Forrest and Verna Brown, before being passed down... + continue reading

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06/12/2019
The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team gained a pair of big wins, as the Post #61 seniors finally were able to appear in front of the home crowd at DLD Park in Sutton. The Sutton crew claimed a big double header win over the York-Cornerstone senior June 5, taking the opening game 10-2, before claiming game two, 6-2. Garrett Bonnell, by way... + continue reading
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Lee Carlson, a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, had a banner day Saturday as one of four captains for the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association all-star duals held at Grand Island Senior High School. Carlson controlled Thayer Central’s Damien Stewart 14-5 to help Carlson’s blue squad earn a 21-14 dual win over their red... + continue reading

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Sutton graduate Lee Carlson will take part in the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association all star duals this Saturday at Grand Island Senior High School beginning at 11 a.m.

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Sutton’s Lee Carlson will be a part of the 2019 Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association All-Star duals this Saturday morning at Grand Island Senior High. The duals are set to begin at 11 a.m., with Carlson joining 32 other wrestlers in the annual event. Four other Southern Nebraska Conference wrestlers will join Carlson in... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

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Garrett Nuss, a 2019 graduate from Sutton High School, was the ninth Mustang in the 61-year history of the Nebraska Shrine Bowl to play in the game. Nuss played as a center on the offensive line, as well as a blocker on punts for the South team. Above, Nuss moves in to block Hunter Jones of Omaha Burke during the annual contest, held in Kearney... + continue reading
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The Clay County Board of Supervisors likes the direction that the Clay County Sheriff’s department is going—the county now has a full slate of eight deputiesand the board wants to keep it that way. With an ongoing national shortage in law enforcement officers, especially in rural areas, wages are a key way for Clay County to stay... + continue reading

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Dusty Stone gained a single on this hit in Sutton’s opening game win over York to help Sutton improve to 5-5 on the year with the two-game sweep of York.

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The Sutton Senior Legion baseball team gained a pair of big wins, as the Post #61 seniors finally were able to appear in front of the home crowd at DLD Park in Sutton. The Sutton crew claimed a... + continue reading

TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

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FILE PHOTO BYTORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Sutton graduate Lee Carlson will take part in the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association all star duals this Saturday at Grand Island Senior High School beginning at 11 a.m.

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Even through it’s not quite summer in an official sense, the summer of 2019 has taken off like a rocket to the sky...fast. We’ve seen all sorts of all-star athletic events, the chase... + continue reading

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Libby VonSpreckelsen, left, and her sister, Lexi, participate in a roadmap pollinator habitat activity.

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Nebraska’s native bees demand respect and not just for their stingers. “Native bees are very important pollinators,” Maddie Kamler, a high school sophomore and beekeeper near... + continue reading

The photo at left tells the tale of many county roads in Clay County with the recent storms and rainfall, rendering many roads impassable after another round of storms early Monday morning. The forecast shows a chance for storms and more rain throughout the week.

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Team coach, Chuck Stamper from University of Kentucky, worked with the Nebraska Extension team to create a plan for addressing rural mental health issues. The team which consisted of Robert Tigner, Brandy VanDeWalle, Susan Harris-Broomfield, Soni Cochran and Michelle Kriehbiel received first place with their project presentation and invited to apply for an eXtension grant for their programming.

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