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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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On Thursday, May 16, former Clay Center resident Jack M. Northrop was recognized for 75 years of continued service to Post #87 American Legion in Clay Center. To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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Trash and household junk fills a ditch near Inland.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Old mattresses, tires, and other junk don’t belong in the ditch. Yet this is exactly what’s lying alongside Road 320 between Roads C and D, two miles north of Inland. To read more... + continue reading

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After 29 and 26 years, respectively, Bobbie Itzen, left, and Pam Woodard retired from the bus fleet at Sutton Public Schools.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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After more than 20 years at any one place, a person usually has an abundance of stories to tell. For Bobbie Itzen and Pam Woodard, this statement is no different. To read more please log in or... + continue reading

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Garrett Nuss (73), a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, will become the ninth Mustang to play in the Nebraska Shrine Bowl on Saturday, June 1. Nuss will play for the south team and will check in for the week-long Shrine Bowl camp this Saturday. Kickoff for the 61st annual game is set for 2 p.m., in Kearney, on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus.

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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Garrett Nuss, a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, will be the ninth Sutton football player to take part in the prestigious Nebraska Shrine Bowl, which is set for Saturday, June 1, in Kearney.... + continue reading

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Senior Breonna Julich claimed silver medal honors in the Class D shot put Saturday afternoon with a 39’ 3.5” effort.

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019
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A year after finishing in eighth place in the Class D state track and field meet, Harvard senior Breonna Julich raised her game and cashed in for a state runner-up finish in the 2019 state meet,... + continue reading

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05/22/2019
The South Central Unified #5 School District’s Board of Education approved giving Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson administrative staff a wage increase Monday night, but not without some discussion. Board members took several points into consideration before going to a vote during their monthly meeting on May 20, at Lawrence-Nelson High... + continue reading
05/22/2019
Atlanta, GA—The Wellness in Tough Times Team, representing the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, participated in extension’s Impact Collaborative Summit. The team received the top score for the north central region during the LaunchFest portion of the Summit, an opportunity for teams to pitch their projects and programs to a panel of... + continue reading

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Sandy Creek and Sutton said goodbye to the 2018-19 seniors Saturday, May 11. Above, SC seniors Jaekob Spitz, far left, Rami Hinrichs, Sam Stapleman, Devoney Keeler, Brock Sutton, Jordan Kempf, and Bailey Switzer burst into laughter during the guest speakers speech at Saturday’s graduation. At right, Sutton senior Nate Andres gives his... + continue reading

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Eli Skalka, the son of Gabe and Amy Skalka of Sutton, has been honored with being selected into the 2019 American Legion Junior Law Cadet program, set to be held June 10-13, at the Nebraska State Patrol Training Academy in Grand Island. Skalka, a junior at Sutton Public Schools, is one of a possible 60 students from across Nebraska that can... + continue reading

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Hunter Wilkerson embraces a family member during the flower dedication at Harvard’s graduation. Seniors handed out flowers to loved ones and friends, while the song “When We Were Young” played in the background.

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Valedictorian Jayleesa WIlkerson gives her speech during Harvard’s graduation ceremony Saturday, May 4, encouraging her classmates for the future, but also thanking several people who have helped them get to the moment of graduating.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%... + continue reading

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FILE PHOTO BYTORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Garrett Nuss (73), a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, will become the ninth Mustang to play in the Nebraska Shrine Bowl on Saturday, June 1. Nuss will play for the south team and will check in for the week-long Shrine Bowl camp this Saturday. Kickoff for the 61st annual game is set for 2 p.m., in Kearney, on the University of Nebraska-Kearney campus.

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Garrett Nuss, a 2019 graduate of Sutton High School, will be the ninth Sutton football player to take part in the prestigious Nebraska Shrine Bowl, which is set for Saturday, June 1, in Kearney.... + continue reading

AMY JOHNSON-SPRINGVIEW HERALD | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Senior Breonna Julich claimed silver medal honors in the Class D shot put Saturday afternoon with a 39’ 3.5” effort.

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Freshman Kate Griess garnered seventh place honors and two team points in the Class C 300-meter hurdles Saturday in Omaha with a time of 48.29 seconds.

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Noah Okraska, left, pushes his pole away while clearing 13’ 6” to place fourth in the Class D vault Friday. Okraska also placed sixth in the 300-meter hurdles Saturday.

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Sophomore Ben Okraska fell short of medal contention in the Class D pole vault, but sailed over the 12-foot barrier on this vault Friday afternoon in Omaha.

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BULL So as the month of May, a long month of May, comes to an end here with our May 29 issue next week, it will complete 10 full years with the Clay County News for me. I’ll admit today that... + continue reading

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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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Atlanta, GA—The Wellness in Tough Times Team, representing the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, participated in extension’s Impact Collaborative Summit. The team received the top score... + continue reading