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Wed
16
May
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Sutton CTE program named top program by NE Dept. of Education

Sutton High School’s Career and Technical Education Department has been named the 2018 Nebraska Career Education Outstanding Secondary Program, as announced by the Nebraska Department of Education (NDE) recently.

The Sutton CTE program is led by Nancy Schlautman, Sharon Zoucha, Steve Ramer, Zach Parrish, Brandy Thompson, Shawna Wheeler and Jesse Bower.

 

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Tue
15
May

UPDATED: 2018 Unofficial Primary Election Results

Wed
09
May
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Harvard grads thank others for the memories

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Before the hustle and bustle of families take over the gym, there’s a number of people preparing for the first big step in a student’s life—graduation.

Prior to Harvard’s graduation on Saturday, chairs and decorations were set up in the gym, and cues and the process of graduation was run through.

 

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Wed
09
May
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Hofmann, Delarm earn Sutton VFD rookie, firefighter of the year

Jesse Hofmann receives the Rookie of the Year award from Sutton’s Volunteer Firefighter Chief John Schurman

 

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Wed
09
May
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Sutton downtown property’s razed

Tuesday morning marked the tearing down of the former movie theatre building in Sutton. The older building’s destruction was prompted by the affect it was causing to a neighboring property. The former Four Star Insurance building was also torn down.

 

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Wed
02
May
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CC Comm. Club hosts town hall meeting

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Clay Center’s Community Club hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday for Clay Center City Council, county supervisor and county sheriff candidates for the May primary election.

Community Club President Jessie Anderson directed the meeting, having each candidate approach the podium to speak briefly about who they are and why they decided to run for their respective position.

 

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Wed
02
May
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Damaging winds blow over county, state

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

A welcomed rise in temperature occurred over the weekend, reaching 67 degrees Saturday and boasting a high of 81 on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Hastings.

However, despite the warm temps, wind speeds and gusts also rose, causing minor damage, specifically on Sunday.

Saturday’s wind speeds only reached 20 mph, with wind gusts hitting 27 mph, heading toward the southeast.

 

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Wed
02
May
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The sights, sounds & emotion of conference track

LEFT: Members of Sandy Creek’s Cougar Pride Booster Club, Brian Shaw, left, and Darrell Springer, grill some hamburgers and hot dogs during the Southern Nebraska Conference Track Meet, held this Saturday, at Sandy Creek High School. RIGHT: Don Bottorf, serving as the starter for each track event, kicks off a race with the pull of the trigger during the SNC meet April 28.

 

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Wed
25
Apr

CCN Nebraska Press Association Awards 2018

Karla Fehr, Creative Ad Writing, 1st place.

Jordyn Hulinsky, Sports Page, 1st place.

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series, 1st place (part 1).

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series, 1st place (part 2).

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series, 1st place (part 3).

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series, 1st place (part 4).

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series, 1st place (part 5).

Jordyn Hulinsky, Sports Column, 2nd place (part 1).

Jordyn Hulinsky, Sports Column, 2nd place (part 2).

Tory Duncan, Ashley D. Swanson, & Jordyn Hulinsky, 3rd place (part 1).

Tory Duncan, Ashley D. Swanson, & Jordyn Hulinsky, 3rd place (part 2).

Tory Duncan, Ashley D. Swanson, & Jordyn Hulinsky, 3rd place (part 3).

Tory Duncan, Ashley D. Swanson, & Jordyn Hulinsky, Photo Page, 3rd place.

Tory Duncan, Sports Feature Photo, 3rd place.

Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Photo, 3rd place.

Ashley D. Swanson, Use of Computer Graphics-Produced in House, 3rd place.

Tory Duncan, Advertising Campaign, 3rd place (part 1).

Tory Duncan, Advertising Campaign, 3rd place (part 2).

Tory Duncan, Advertising Campaign, 3rd place (part 3).

Karla Fehr & Ashley D. Swanson, Creative Ad Writing, 3rd place.

At the 144th annual Nebraska Press Association Convention April 20 and 21, the Clay County News earned 11 awards, including three first places, one second place, and six third places.

First place: Jordyn Hulinsky, Sports Page; Karla Fehr, Creative Ad Writing; and Ashley D. Swanson, Feature Series.

Second place: Hulinsky, Sports Column.

Third place: Tory Duncan, Advertising Campaign and Sports Feature Photo; Swanson, Use of Computer Graphics and Feature Photography; and Duncan, Hulinsky, and Swanson, Editorial and Photo Page. The same trio also placed third with a photo page featuring the Great American Eclipse.

**Additional information about the categories:

• Three examples were one submission for the Advertising Campaign.

• Three examples were one submission for the Editorial.

Wed
25
Apr
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Sandy Creek journalism is 3rd at state

Two Harvard journalism students compete for hardware

BY MELISSA WHITEFOOT

Seven state champions, two state runners-up, along with a slew of other placers, earned the Sandy Creek Journalism team a third place title at the state journalism competition Monday.

Two Harvard students, Jace Pelott and Ashley Nierman, also competed at state journalism; however, they did not medal.

Harvard adviser Brandy Reutzel said although the duo did not medal, they should be proud of themselves, especially since they were the only freshmen competing in their respective events, against 12 others, most of which were upperclassmen.

 

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