Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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ABOVE: Kendall Rudy takes a questioning look at Santa during his visit to Clay Center on Wednesday, Dec. 6, during the Christmas in Clay Center event at the Fairgrounds. LEFT: Irene Heser gets a... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY In times of sorrow and darkness, Candace Olson and Lori McCroden decided to spread some hope and support for those dealing with tragedy. “We’ve seen a lot of... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
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Carlson, Hinrichs earn titles, remain unbeaten for Sutton wrestling team BY TORY DUNCAN Sutton junior Lee Carlson and freshman Joe Hinrichs kept their unbeaten string alive during action at the... + continue reading
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HALEY APEL - IANR MEDIA Lincoln—A new University of Nebraska-Lincoln-led partnership is helping agricultural producers explore emerging technologies and identify ways to strengthen... + continue reading
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
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Mari Hamburger sings a Christmas song while Matthew Sherman plays the tune for her on a violin that has belonged to his family for generations, during the Christmas at the Museum event in Clay Center... + continue reading

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12/13/2017
BY TORY DUNCAN The reappointment of Larry T. Nuss as council president, along with the reappointment of Don Bottorf as city attorney, Sherrie Bartell as city clerk and Tracey Landenberger as the Sutton police chief, opened the Dec. 11 Sutton City Council meeting. Additionally, council members reappointed Steve Parr of JEO Consulting as the... + continue reading
12/13/2017
Rempe, Rademacher earn individual gold, eight bring home hardware BY TORY DUNCAN Seniors Hunter Rempe and Colt Rademacher led a group of eight South Central medalists in action at the Southern Valley Invitational, Friday, Dec. 8. Rempe claimed gold in the 285-pound weight class with five pins to account for 34 of the Red Raiders 180 team... + continue reading

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Digital footprints lead law enforcement to body believed to be Sydney Loofe of Lincoln BY TORY DUNCAN & ASHLEY D. SWANSON Lincoln Police and officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) announced Tuesday morning during a press conference from Lincoln that they believe the body of 24-year-old Sydney Loofe, who disappeared Nov... + continue reading
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The Cougars lose the first two games of the year, but win against David City Saturday BY JORDYN HULINSKY The Sandy Creek girls’ basketball team started the season rough, with one win and two losses in the first week of winter sports. The Cougars lost 55-38 to Wood River Thursday, Nov. 30, lost 53-42 against Centura Friday, Dec. 1,... + continue reading
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Mustangs take the first-place plaque at the Harvard Invitational Saturday By JORDYN HULINSKY All three county schools competed at the Harvard wrestling invitational Saturday. Sutton came out with five champions, two second-place finishes, two third-place finishes, and one fourth-place finish to take the team title at the invite. South... + continue reading

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Carlson, Hinrichs earn titles, remain unbeaten for Sutton wrestling team BY TORY DUNCAN Sutton junior Lee Carlson and freshman Joe Hinrichs kept their unbeaten string alive during action at the... + continue reading

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By Ashley D. Swanson Journalism can be difficult, especially when death or tragedy is the subject. No matter how much I’ve written about either topic in the past, it never gets easier,... + continue reading

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HALEY APEL - IANR MEDIA Lincoln—A new University of Nebraska-Lincoln-led partnership is helping agricultural producers explore emerging technologies and identify ways to strengthen... + continue reading