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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Eleven seconds. Eleven seconds of cement dust, of tremendous sound, of pure adrenaline-laced fear. On Sept. 11, 2001, the foundation for many New Yorkers trembled and... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
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BY TORY DUNCAN The process of building anything new has its road blocks, but in the case of the Sutton Community Home, the need is becoming more and more apparent that a new care facility for... + continue reading
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Members of the Harvard Cardinal and Black Show Choir sing and dance during their performance at the annual Music Extravaganza on Tuesday, Oct. 3.    To read more please log in or... + continue reading
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY Sandy Creek overcame a tough Fillmore Central team to win Thursday, Oct. 5, in four sets. Sandy Creek took the first, second and fourth sets with identical scores of 25-23... + continue reading
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON When the rain started coming down on Duncan Field in Hastings Friday night, where the Sandy Creek Cougars took on the St. Cecilia Bluehawks, there was no stopping it.... + continue reading

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10/11/2017
BY TORY DUNCAN Members of the Sutton City Council voted to approve the 2017 Comprehensive Plan during its monthly meeting, Monday, Oct. 9 in the council chambers. The plan, which was approved by a unanimous vote from the four council members, replaces the former plan, which was adopted in 2004. With the passage of ordinance 376, the City of... + continue reading
10/04/2017
Driving through the highway and county roads it’s easy to see that harvest has officially begun, as tractors, combines, and semis have taken to the thousands of acres of land throughout Clay County.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%20NewsID530/ + continue reading

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As part of the Revision Grant, the Sutton Public School agriculture program was able to purchase a Tower Garden. The garden is a six-foot, white tower complete with bright side lights and sits on wheels for easy mobility. Running through the tower is a water system, which is set on a timer throughout the day. Agriculture teacher Jesse Bower... + continue reading
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Harvard’s flag corps and band march down 2nd Street in Hastings during the annual Melody Round Up on Saturday, Sept. 30. Harvard earned Outstanding Band in Class D, and the flag corps earned Outstanding Auxiliary in Class D. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%... + continue reading
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BY TORY DUNCAN Educators, administrators, parents and students alike, may see a dip in some areas of the NeSA Testing scores when those scores are released in the near future. Jeremy Heneger, an assistant director of statewide assessment for the Nebraska Department of Education, shared that the anticipated drop is in no way associated with... + continue reading

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BY JORDYN HULINSKY Sandy Creek overcame a tough Fillmore Central team to win Thursday, Oct. 5, in four sets. Sandy Creek took the first, second and fourth sets with identical scores of 25-23... + continue reading

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By Tory Duncan I had the opportunity to leave the state this past week for a few days, destination: Tulsa, OK. It was the annual “pilgrimage” to the National Newspaper Association... + continue reading

Agriculture

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As part of the Revision Grant, the Sutton Public School agriculture program was able to purchase a Tower Garden. The garden is a six-foot, white tower complete with bright side lights and sits on... + continue reading