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Sutton Mayor Todd Mau, right, presents Dave Plettner with a years of service plaque for his time on the city council.

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Larry T. Nuss made a return to the Sutton City Council Monday, Aug. 12, as Nuss replaces Dave Plettner, who during the July council meeting, stepped down from his Ward 1 seat, after serving the... + continue reading

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This building sitting south of Fairfield, near Highway 74, sustained heavy damage Aug. 7, when an early-morning storm passed through the county between 3:15 and 4 a.m.

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Clay County was one of several Nebraska counties hit by a severe thunderstorm in the early morning hours Aug. 7. At 2:46 a.m., the National Weather Service in Hastings issued a Severe Thunderstorm... + continue reading
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Harvard is one of four schools to receive funds from the reVISION grant, which “provides Nebraska schools with the opportunity to analyze and transform their current career education systems in... + continue reading

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Preparations for the demolition of the Clay Center Pool—removing fencing and checking gas lines—began Monday, Aug. 5, with the official demo beginning early Tuesday morning, as Plains Excavating of Clay Center began demo of the bath house and pool Thuesday.

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Cheering on and watching a turtle during the turtle races set for the Farewell Pool Party in Clay Center Aug. 1 are, from left: Olivia Eberhardt, Tatum Eberhardt, Zailey Cantrall, Briley Bieck, and Brek Bieck. Standing behind them (in green with hat) is Jace Eberhardt.

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August kicks off the start of the school year and the beginning of fall, but this year was the end of a pool that’s served a community since 1958. Following months of planning, the passing... + continue reading

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Researcher Justin McMehan discusses the effects of SCAL’s hail simulator (seen at the right) on soybeans.

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Few scenarios are as disappointing in farming as a long-awaited rain accompanied by damaging hail. But shredded leaves aren’t a sure sign of a lost yield. Corn and soybeans can take quite a... + continue reading

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Earlier this month, Brian Herbek did something he never dreamed he would do—stood up in front of a room of people from across the nation to share lessons learned in his 20-plus years of farming. “He did great,” said his wife, Blythe, near the picture window of their home that they share with their two young sons south of... + continue reading
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After watching on as Sutton pitcher Will Reeson fired a 5-0 no hit win over PWG, the Sutton Post #61 Senior Legion baseball team found themselves in a must win game to reach the finals of the C-5 District baseball tournament in Boelus. Sutton would need to rebound from an opening round 3-2 loss to St. Paul to reach the finals against tournament... + continue reading

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Certified Nurse Practitioner Susan Kryzsko, left, and medical assistant Tammy Helgoth will be the two main faces patients see when PCR comes to Sutton’s Quality Healthcare.

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Quality Healthcare’s Special Services section of the clinic has brought more options to patients in and around Sutton, instead of having to go to Grand Island or even Lincoln. Of the special services offered, the most recent is Grand Island Pain Relief Center, which has changed the way they see their patients in terms of treatment. To... + continue reading

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Wayne Alley, who has served as the Harvard Police Chief for a year, starting his duties in July 2018, has been working toward lowering crime rates in Harvard.

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According to the 2017 census, Harvard has a little more than 960 residents, many of whom have resided in the community their entire lives, a fact Harvard Police Chief Wayne Alley sees as a town strength. “The people who have grown up here, they love this town and don’t want to leave or move away, so there’s hometown loyalty,... + continue reading

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Jeff Ray, with JEO, explains the potential plan for Sutton’s downtown to an attendee of the Sutton Downtown Enhancement Challenge Grant open house Aug. 1.

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Sutton’s Downtown Enhancement Challenge Grant Program was set out for community members during an open house Thursday, Aug. 1. The open house detailed top results from a survey previously released, as well as showed renderings of what Saunders Avenue could possibly look like in the future. To read more please log in or subscribe to the... + continue reading

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More than 60 third through eighth grade girls attended a three-day volleyball fundamental camp held in Clay Center. Camp Director Karisa Troester along with Sandy Creek Club coaches, volunteers, and... + continue reading

Left to Right: Judy Glantz, Shane Kissler - winner Class A, Leif Andersen - winner Class B, Dave Rudy – winner Class C, Bruce Ramsey – winner Class D, Jenny Glantz and Ryan Glantz. Kissler was the top gun winner with a 49 out of 50 score.

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Winners of the 10th annual Harvard People’s Project 5K/one mile run/walk are, from left: Dawn Claus, Meredith Smith, Emily Donnell, Athziri Diaz, Nate Jarosik, and Landen Scott.

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Back-to-school time is always a busy time. Families chase events of all types from athletic events to many other school functions. That same pace is shared by the staff here at the Clay County... + continue reading

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Brian Herbek received the Fertilizer Award, which eventually led him to being a national speaker. Standing with him is his wife, Blythe,.

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Earlier this month, Brian Herbek did something he never dreamed he would do—stood up in front of a room of people from across the nation to share lessons learned in his 20-plus years of farming... + continue reading

Nebraska’s Third Congressional District covers 65,000 square miles of the state.

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