Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Tuesday night, Sandy Creek defeated Heartland in five sets to advance to the championship game to be played at 7 p.m. Thursday.  Heartland started off big winning 25-19. Sandy Creek responded... + continue reading
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Structures are beginning to fill the empty space where the south side of the former Sandy Creek building once sat. Pictured above is a staircase for the new Nebraska Center for Advanced Professional... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Danielle Jacobson is the new face at the Clay County News, serving as the main advertising sales and marketing representative. Jacobson currently resides in Clay Center with her two children,... + continue reading
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON AND TORY DUNCAN A two-car accident resulted in four people being transfered to Mary Lanning Healthcare for treatment, Clay County Sergent Dustin Cullen said. The out-of-... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Scherbarth surpasses 50 career touchdown mark, eclipses 1,000-yard mark for second straight season BY TORY DUNCAN “Keep trusting the process” proves to be the strong theme of the... + continue reading

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10/18/2017
LINCOLN, NE, Oct. 12, 2017 – Farmers and ranchers interested in preventing erosion, improving soil health, conserving water and wildlife, or making any other natural resource conservation improvements to their property are encouraged to apply now for funding available from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Those... + continue reading
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

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Sutton shuts out Fillmore Central 62-0 Friday, scoring in all but two drives BY JORDYN HULINSKY Sutton’s football team scored on all but two drives Friday against Fillmore Central at the final home game ofthe regular season. The Mustangs, 7-1 this season, dominated the Panthers, 62-0. “We executed well tonight,” Head... + continue reading
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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 was destroyed as two planes slammed into the Twin Towers. Thousands of first responders sped to Ground Zero, one of which was Tim Duffy. On that... + continue reading
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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 Sutton and the surrounding area is greatly needed. As one staff member put it, “How do you put a price tag on resident healthcare and well-being... + continue reading

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Scherbarth surpasses 50 career touchdown mark, eclipses 1,000-yard mark for second straight season BY TORY DUNCAN “Keep trusting the process” proves to be the strong theme of the... + continue reading

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By Ashley D. Swanson Sometimes when I remember the past, it brings happy tears to my eyes and a smile to my face. Sometimes when I remember the past, it brings laughter... + continue reading

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LINCOLN, NE, Oct. 12, 2017 – Farmers and ranchers interested in preventing erosion, improving soil health, conserving water and wildlife, or making any other natural resource conservation... + continue reading