Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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BY TORY DUNCAN Nationally the nursing home business is struggling with two major impacts to a care facility’s bottom line—Medicaid reimbursement rates and a shortage of nursing... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON By May, there was a recorded 23 school shootings in the United States, according to CNN. Hall County Sheriff Jerry Watson shared, during a training on the new app... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Harvard Cardinals and the South Central Unified Red Raiders competed at the large Fillmore Central Invite, Thursday, Sept. 13. The Red Raiders also competed at the... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Fillies went 1-2 at the Fillmore Central Invite Saturday. Sutton first defeating Wilber-Clatonia in two sets, 26-24 and 25-22, before falling to Hastings St. Cecilia in two... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
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Sorghum syrup-making a community activity BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON At first glance, the sorghum plant doesn’t look as if it’s filled with sweetness. However, push the plant... + continue reading

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09/19/2018
BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Discussion on the pool, nuisance properties, and laundromat bids fueled the Sept. 11 Edgar Council meeting. Edgar’s current pool has some issues with it, resulting in talk of either replacing the broken items or building a new pool entirely. Nothing is a guarantee at this point, as the pool ... + continue reading
09/19/2018
By Brandy VanDeWalle HARVEST SAFETY It is hard to believe that harvest is starting and just as a reminder that with harvest comes more traffic on the county roads and other stresses for farmers. It never fails, that equipment can break, there can be delays at the elevator and those extra-long hours can all add... + continue reading

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A steady stream of water flows through a usually-small creek east of Highway 14 near Sandy Creek. RIGHT: Crooked Creek Golf Course experienced an extreme rising of water throughout the course, due to constant rainfall over a three-day course, which amounted to about 8 inches of rain.   To read more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Harvard Cardinals earned their second win of the season in spectacular fashion Thursday evening in front of the home crowd against a Class C-2 opponent. “With (Thursday’s) game being our home opener, I told the girls that this was our house,” Head Coach Kevin Medrano said. “... + continue reading
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No. 3 Sutton blisters Falcons for 483 total yards Friday to improve to 3-0 BY TORY DUNCAN Soggy field conditions, following a week of rain and cool temperatures may have slowed the Sutton Mustangs offense for the first quarter Friday night. Although, once the Mustangs gained traction, Sutton used a potent rushing attack and a... + continue reading

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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Harvard Cardinals and the South Central Unified Red Raiders competed at the large Fillmore Central Invite, Thursday, Sept. 13. The Red Raiders also competed at the... + continue reading

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By Ashley D. Swanson Afew weeks ago I wrote about nurses being angels in disguise. Last year, I wrote about the importance of keeping a nursing home in your town. In... + continue reading

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By Brandy VanDeWalle HARVEST SAFETY It is hard to believe that harvest is starting and just as a reminder that with harvest comes more traffic on the county roads and other... + continue reading