Town Hall meeting set for Jan. 28 by SCH Foundation

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The view of the proposed front and main entrance of the new construction at the Sutton Community Home. The view faces Saunders Ave., and Sutton Public Schools.

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
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With the announcement made last week that the Sutton Community Home Foundation and the Sutton Community Home Board of Directors will be embarking on a six month capital campaign to expand the... + continue reading
Christmas is a magical time of year

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ABOVE: Milayna Krull takes a minute to look at a Christmas tree decorated in lights and several homemade and store bought ornaments on Harvard’s main street during the annual lighting ceremony... + continue reading
NCAPS student explains ethanol crisis affecting local farmers

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Sam VonSpreckelsen presents on the U.S. ethanol crisis; he mentored with Edgar beef producer Dawn Caldwell at Aurora Cooperative.

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This has been a hard year for Clay County farmers. Much of the trouble has been due to unprecedented weather patterns, but commodity markets certainly have not helped in making up for weather-related... + continue reading
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Harvard, Sandy Creek, and Sutton One Acts trekked north for the Cross County-hosted district meet Dec. 4. Harvard, performing "Willy Wonka," earned fourth place with six students... + continue reading
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During Sutton’s annual Parade of Lights, a hayrack ride took travelers from the south end of Saunders Avenue to the north and back again. Here, the ride, decked out with lighted cattle and a sleigh, cross the railroad tracks as the sun begins to set for the evening Dec. 2.

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ABOVE: Alyce Sherman, bottom right, helps Chayse Ferguson with his potato stamp while sister Alyssa Ferguson looks on and mom Kelly Ferguson captures the moment on her phone during the Christmas at the Museum event in Clay Center, Dec. 1.

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LEFT: Johanna Nuss, daughter of Eli and Tanya Nuss of Sutton, watches the Parade of Lights from the comfort of her toy car Monday night.

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The Sandy Creek Cougars got the 2019-20 basketball season off to a flying start, opening the season at 2-0 with a 50-44 win over Wood River, Dec. 5, while holding off the David City Scouts 41-34, Dec. 7. Thursday’s home bout with the Eagles would see senior Wyatt Mach and junior Keifer Anderson pace the scoring for the Cougars, as Mach... + continue reading
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Senior Oscar Medina opened up the 2019-20 wrestling season with a third-place finish, in action at the Harvard Invitational Saturday, Dec. 7. Medina earned three wins in five matches of round robin wrestling in the 126-pound class. He opened with a 57-second pin over William Twogood of Nebraska Christian, before dropping a 7-2 decision to Lane... + continue reading

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The Clay County Board of Supervisors and the Clay County Highway Department may have come to an agreement about adjusting wages for road’s employees without increasing the Highway Department’s budget. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%20NewsID530/ + continue reading
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In working closely with the Sutton Community Home Board of Directors, the Sutton Community Home Foundation has announced that it will kick off a capital campaign, beginning the week of Dec. 16. To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition. http://etypeservices.com/Clay%20County%20NewsID530/ + continue reading
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In a second part to the series, Edgar farmer John Greer delves deeper into the Nebraska Corn Board, discussing topics such as working with Asia through the U.S. Grains Council’s Asia action team, as well as market development.

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In this Part 2 of this two-part series, we take an in-depth look into the Nebraska Corn Board’s Market Development Committee, on which Edgar farmer John Greer serves, as well as get a glimpse into the intricacies of marketing U.S. corn to Asia. Edgar is a long way from Asia. Yet through the involvement of a local farmer on the Nebraska... + continue reading

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Cougars light up Eagles, Scouts

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A little give and go action between sophomore Josh Shaw, with the ball, and senior Wyatt Mach during the Cougars’ 50-44 win over Wood River Thursday, Dec. 5. Sandy Creek started the year at 2-0 with wins over the Eagles and David City on Saturday, Dec. 7.

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The Sandy Creek Cougars got the 2019-20 basketball season off to a flying start, opening the season at 2-0 with a 50-44 win over Wood River, Dec. 5, while holding off the David City Scouts 41-34, Dec... + continue reading
Medina leads Cardinals at home invite

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Senior Oscar Medina battles with Meridian wrestler Lane Barton in one of his five matches, eventually gaining third place in the 126-pound class at the Cardinals home meet on Saturday.

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Deweese native, Corbin Hansen wrapped up his UNK Cross Country career at the 2019 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 23, in Sacramento, CA.

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It was more like a sputtering change of gears
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Last week I spoke of the “quick change of gears,” from the end of the football season to the start of the winter sports season. For me, it was more like a sputtering start to the winter... + continue reading

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CPI partners with Land O’ Lakes to donate to local fire department

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Tom Roemmich, Clay Center Fire Chief, right, receives a check for the fire department from Mark Thieszen, CPI Co-Interim CEO.

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HASTINGS—Cooperative Producers, Inc. (CPI) has partnered with Land O’Lakes to donate funds through the Land O’Lakes Foundation Member Co-op Match Program to local non-profit... + continue reading