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Wed
06
May
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Field, Concession Stand Taking Form in Sutton

The new Sutton Ball Complex, which is hoping to be completed sometime in early fall of this year, is beginning to take form. A large scale amount of dirtwork has been completed by Van Kirk Construction of Sutton, setting the base for the new four-field complex in northwest Sutton. Water and sewer work is also expected to begin soon, a bid that was also awarded to Van Kirk Construction during the April 13, Sutton Council meeting. Work began last Wednesday, April 29, by Gene Griess and his crew. Griess’ business, Masonry Specialties, Inc., in Sutton, began digging footings for what will become the new concession stand that will be located in the center of the four fields.

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Wed
06
May
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93 Clay County Students Graduate Saturday, Sunday

That time of the year has come again, when the seniors walk across the stage and receive the diploma they’ve worked so hard to get. This year’s graduation ceremonies at Harvard, Sandy Creek and Sutton are as follows: • Harvard’s ceremony begins at 2 p.m., Saturday, May 9. Elsa Knight and Daniel Hernandez will present the class history. The band will play “Pomp and Circumstance,” for the processional, while the Havard Harmony Choir will sing, “100 Years,” by Five For Fighting, featuring the senior class. During the recessional, the song, “Don’t You Forget About Me,” by Simple Minds will be played.

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Wed
29
Apr
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Melodies Fill Sutton School Hallways at District Music

  • District music ended last week, with a wide array of musical selections being presented.
 
Wed
29
Apr
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Sandy Creek Journalism is Class B State Runner-Up

Sandy Creek was named as the 2015 Journalism Class B State Runner-up at the state competition on Monday, April 27, in Norfolk.
 
Wed
29
Apr
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Nitrate Levels High in Edgar Water

In accordance with the Department of Health and Human Services, community members in Edgar are warned to be careful of the drinking water, as the levels of nitrate in it have surpassed the standards of 10 milligrams per liter.
 
Wed
29
Apr
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Planting Season in Full Swing

At the left is one of many tractors in Clay County that have been set in gear, as area producers kicked off the 2015 planting season.
 
Wed
22
Apr
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Sutton Fire Dept. Hosts Banquet, Award Ceremony

Incoming Officers for 2015-17, L-R: Larry T. Nuss, Executive Board; Rex Kreutzer, President; Tracey Landenberger, Assistant Chief; John Schurman, Chief; Ty Itzen, Vice President; Alan Quail, Executive Board; Marvin Brummer, Executive Board. -Courtesy Photos  
 
Wed
22
Apr
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Leopold Award to Shaws

by Steve Smith, UNL Communications Ronnie Green, Harlan Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln and vice president for agriculture and natural resources for the NU system, has been appointed to the position of interim senior vice chancellor for academic affairs at UNL, Chancellor Harvey Perlman announced April 13. Green, who has been with the university since 2010, will continue in his IANR role during the interim period, which will begin July 1. The appointment is pending approval by the University of Nebraska Board of Regents.
 
Wed
22
Apr
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Leopold Award to Shaws

Shaw Family Farms were honored on Friday, April 17, by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts with the 2015 Leopold Conservation Award, as presented by the Sand County Foundation in partnership with the Nebraska Cattlemen, Cargill and the Nebraska Environmental Trust   
 
Wed
22
Apr
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CCN Third in Overall Sweepstakes

For the second straight year, the Clay County News was third overall in the annual Loral Johnson Sweepstakes competition during the 141st annual Nebraska Press Association’s convention held this year at the Downtown Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Lincoln. Earning 21 total awards within the 2014 Better Newspaper Contest, CCN finished in second place for the Class B Sweepstakes award. This marks the third straight year that the paper has finished in the top two in its class, after winning  lass B for their work in 2012 and 2013. This year’s runner-up finish for the Clay County News, behind the Grant Tribune-Sentinel, was judged by the Arizona Press Association. 
 

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