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Dept. of Ed releases NASCAS scores

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Nebraska’s statewide assessment—NASCASscores for elementary and middle schools were released recently, as well as ACT scores, in which only 11th graders take.

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Court sentences Cloet Oct. 29

In Clay County Court, Linus A. Cloet was sentenced Oct. 29 with two counts of violating a harassment protection order with a fine and two concurrent days of jail time.

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Co. Board discusses possible solar project with APEX

Proponents of a potential Clay County solar farm spoke out during the Clay County Board of Supervisors’ regular meeting on Oct. 29, at the courthouse in Clay Center.

 

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Horrors haunt Harvard

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HANNAH COLLINS | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

An insane teacher (Deb Wilbur) grabs at her head as she crazily explains to visitors of the Harvard Haunted Halls Oct. 25

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Gill inducted into the Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame Friday

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Gill delivers his induction speech to more than 100 people attending the 2019 Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame in Lincoln, Friday, Oct. 25.

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Three new members were inducted into the Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame Friday, Oct. 25, at the Nebraska Club in downtown Lincoln. Pictured from the left is Amy Struthers, the Interim Dean and Professor of the UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications, inductee Les Mann of Wayne, Clay County News Publisher and inductee, T.M. (Ted) Gill, inductee Joe Starita, and Nebraska Lt. Governor Mike Foley.

Clay County News Publisher T.M. (Ted) Gill, owner and publisher since June 2009, was inducted into the 2019 Class of the Nebraska Journalism Hall of Fame in a ceremony held at the Nebraska Club in downtown Lincoln.

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Wed
23
Oct
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CC Council renews interest in north Highway 14 speed limit

A recent effort by the Hastings City Council to make its roads safer has renewed interest among the Clay Center City Council in doing the same with a section of Highway 14 just north of the community.

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Love for rodeo drives youth in competition

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Love for rodeo drives youth in competition

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COURTESY PHOTOS | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Tyson Scheidemann, far left, Korey Poppe, center, and Landon Scheidemann compete in various rodeo competitions. The trio have been competing in between 15 and 20 competitions since this past summer.

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Tyson Scheidmann, left, Korey Poppe, center, and Landon Scheidemann, all of Sutton, started competing in rodeo this past summer and will end the year with a competition at the Lancaster Event Center in Lincoln Dec. 27 and 28.

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Love for rodeo drives youth in competition

Three young boys, Tyson Scheidemann, 14, Landon Scheidemann, 11, and Korey Poppe, 11, are taking their cowboy roots to the shoots, where they’ve been competing in rodeo competitions since this summer.

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Spooky fun had at Sutton trunk or treat

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TORY DUNCAN | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

A large group of trick or treating fans took part in the Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce’s trunk or treat event, Saturday, Oct. 19.

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Majors earns Firefighter of the Year in Lincoln

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COURTESY PHOTO | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, left, presents Mark Majors with Firefighter of the Year Oct. 18, in Lincoln.

Former Suttonite Mark Majors got his start on the volunteer fire department in Sutton.

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Harvard VFW celebrates 70 years

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Ruth Schmer, left, and Eugene R. Cookus celebrated 70 years along with the Harvard VFW Post and Auxiliary Sunday. Here they are pictured with a cake stating “Happy 70th Anniversary Harvard VFW Post-Aux. #5539.”

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ASHLEY D. SWANSON | CLAY COUNTY NEWS

Gene Keasling, top left, and Laurie Jarzynka, bottom left, were also honored during Sunday’s celebration, as the two serve as commander of the Post and president of the Auxiliary. Handing Jarzynka a card and giving her a hug is Auxiliary member Ruby Adams.

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Harvard VFW celebrates 70 years

In 1949, Harvard charted a Post and Auxiliary, in May and October, respectively, with two members having served since each organizations installation.

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