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Thu
18
May

Brodstone Memorial taking over Edgar Clinic

Brodstone Memorial taking over Edgar Clinic

After 20 years, the Edgar Medical Clinic will be seeing some changes.
With the current U.S. economy and ever-changing healthcare, Mary Lanning has chosen to opt out of being the main service provider in Edgar, and handing the reins over to Brodstone Memorial Hospital in Superior, on July 1.
Patients who’ve frequented the clinic over the years will still be able to obtain the same services and same practitioners as in the past.
Patients of the Edgar Medical Clinic will notice a small change in hours of service. New hours, effective July 1, will be Tuesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m.
Heidi Bergen also will be seeing patients at the Nelson Family Medical Center on Wednesdays, 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m.

Stay tuned to the May 24 issue of the Clay County News for additional details of the changeover.

Wed
17
May

Edgar City Council talks toddler park

A number of approvals were made by the Edgar City Council Tuesday, May 9, during their monthly meeting.

First, the council approved the final drawdown of the water meter project; the project was officially completed on May 9. They also approved $17,900 to Moore Electric.

A payment of $8,000 was made to SCEDD, for grant administration services for the water meter project.

 

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Wed
17
May

‘Embrace struggles to reach success’

When it came time to introduce the Sutton class of 2017 on Saturday, High School Principal Brandy Thompson had one main message for the class—there are no shortcuts in life.

She continued, saying that there would be struggles in life, but none of them will be too much to overcome. Take no shortcuts when those struggles come around and continue to persevere.

Both the saltutatorian, Kailyn Wiseman, and valedictorian, Sydnee Gemar,shared some learning moments their class went through as they grew up—such as you cannot add water to the boiling grease, as it will catch the stove on fire. However, they did give credit to their classmates, knowing they would go far in life and they could not wait to see how everyone succeeds.

 

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Wed
17
May

Harvard Elementary has ‘wild’ Monday

Students gawk and stare, as Kip Smith shows off a colorful macaw during the Wildlife Encounters’ visit to Harvard Public School on Monday.

 

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Wed
10
May

Three sentenced May 2

Three persons were sentenced Tuesday, May 2, in Clay County court, with two resulting in imprisonment and the third in probation.

Wesley Steckler, 29, who was arrested on three vehicle thefts near Edgar in January 2017, was sentenced to no less than three years, nor more than four years in jail on a Class II Felony. Steckler was granted credit for the 99 days he’d already served in jail.

Along with the sentencing, he was also ordered to pay $165.25 in court costs, plus any additional transportation costs.

 

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Wed
10
May

Majors: ‘This is my home’

Special guest speaker, former Sutton Volunteer Fire Department member Mark Majors grabbed the emotions of many members of the Sutton department with his opening saying, “This is my home, it always will be home and this building...it’s my church.”

Majors, a 20-plus year veteran as a firefighter in Sutton, Beatrice and now Lincoln, addressed a crowd of well over 50 members, their families and guests during the 2017 Sutton Volunteer Fire Department and EMT squad’s annual banquet held Saturday, May 6.

 

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Wed
10
May

SC, Sutton seniors graduating May 13, 14

Eighty-four students will earn their diplomas this weekend during the Sutton and Sandy Creek graduation ceremonies.

Sutton’s 48 seniors will take the stage first on Saturday, May 13, with a 4 p.m., ceremony time set.

The day will begin with songs by the Sutton High School Choir, including “Maybe Someday” and “See You Again.”

 

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Wed
10
May

Harvard seniors go out with a bang

Keep pushing forward was the message spread to graduates at Harvard on Saturday, May 6.

Both Harvard’s Salutatorian, Madelyn Anderson, and Valedictorian, Hannah Fields, focused on continuing to do your best no matter what hardships come about, a message they passed on to their fellow classmates. During his presentation of the class, Superintendent Michael Derr also followed the same path, giving the example of a potato, egg and ground coffee being placed in water.

 

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Wed
03
May

Sutton PD gains new member

A new face is about to step up to duty for the Sutton Police Department, with the addition of a furry fourlegged officer.

Falco is his name, specifically, and K-9 Falco joined the force this past weekend. Falco is a two-year-old german shepherd, born in March of 2015, and comes to Sutton from Medford, NJ and the Absolute Control Dog Training Center (ACDT), at the cost of $9,000.

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Wed
03
May

18 to graduate from Harvard Saturday

Eighteen Harvard Cardinals will take their final steps across the stage Saturday, May 6, as they earn the title, graduates.

The graduation ceremony, which begins at 2 p.m., will feature a senior class welcome from Samantha Martell, as well as a salutatorian address from Madelyn Anderson and a valedictorian address from Hannah Fields.

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