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Wed
18
Feb
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100 MILE CLUB CHALLENGE

Left to right, Sandy Creek second graders Ethan Shaw, Jack Watts, Rowan Jarosik, and Dylan Kenton. These second graders were a part of the 100 Mile Club Challenge, which involved them running laps, and recording those laps in the classroom.
 
Wed
18
Feb
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The Bread Box in Need of Food Donations

Wed
18
Feb
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Supporting The Cause

Tables are adorned with candy kisses; thin red ribbons; sparkling red and pink hearts; a black or white tall, thin bottle filled with a single red rose, or frilly red and white decorations; and a jug of water and collection of thin bread sticks.
 
Wed
18
Feb
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Hog Confinement Center To Be Built In Clay County

Plans for a large hog confinement center is in the works for Traudt Enterprises, Inc., a row crop farming business. The confinement center has already been approved by the Zoning Commission and the Clay County Board of Supervisors, but now has to be approved by the Department of Environmental Quality before construction can begin, Walt Traudt said.
Thu
12
Feb

Official Girls Sub-District Basketball Pairings are Released

Official pairings have been released by the Nebraska School Activities Association for the 2015 Girls Sub-Districts.
Sutton will be the top seed in the C2-3 Sub-District at Fairbury. Sandy Creek is the third seed in the C2-9 Sub-District at Minden, while Harvard's girls are the fourth seed in the D1-9 Sub-District at Hastings St. Cecilia.

Thu
12
Feb

District Wrestling Begins Friday for Clay County Teams

Harvard, South Central Unified and Sutton will all enter action in their respective District Wrestling meets this Friday with the Cardinals heading to Midland University in Fremont for the D-1 District meet, while South Central and Sutton head north to Central City for action in the C-3 District meet.
D-1 District Meet
@Midland University, Fremont
Harvard will be paired up with the following teams in their meet, hosted by Archbishop Bergan High School: Archbishop Bergan, Central Valley (Greeley-Wolbach, North Loup Scotia),  Freeman, Friend, Fullerton, Hastings St. Cecilia, High Plains Community, McCool Junction, Meridian, Nebraska Christian, Palmer, Palmyra, Riverside (Spalding, Cedar Rapids), Shelby-Rising City, Southern, Thayer Central, Tri County and Weeping Water.

Wed
11
Feb
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Newly-Appointed City Administrator Discusses Roles at Sutton Meeting

The first general membership Sutton Chamber of Commerce meeting welcomed City Administrator Jeff Hofaker, who was recently appointed at the start of February.
 

 

Wed
11
Feb
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Fire Burns Edgar Business Monday

Ruby’s Room, located at 203 South C Street in Edgar, fell to fire Monday morning, as firefighters from three Clay County departments battled the fire. Edgar Fire and Rescue was first on the scene when the call came in just before 10:30 a.m., Monday
 

 

Wed
11
Feb
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Sutton 4-H Club Named Club of the Month

The Eastside Livestock 4-H Club in Sutton, was awarded the Nebraska 4-H Club of the Month for January 2015. “This is a great honor for our club,” leader Karla Fehr said. “I am so happy for the kids who have worked hard this past year 
 
Thu
05
Feb

Single-Vehicle Accident Sends One Person to Aurora Hospital

Firefighters and EMTs from Harvard, as well as the Clay County Sheriff’s Department, responded to a rollover accident a quarter of a mile west of Highway 14, along Road 320. Here, members of the Harvard Department check on the driver of the vehicle involved in the accident.

A single-vehicle accident Friday, Jan. 30, resulted in one person being transferred to the Aurora Hospital.

Jennifer Capps, 36, of Harvard, was driving herself to have a physician look at her arm after she had fallen the night before, when she lost control of the vehicle and went into a ditch on county road 320 about two tenths of a mile west of Highway 14, Sheriff Jeff Franklin said. 

Capps was driving a 2000 Buick, and was the only person in the vehicle when the accident occurred.

The Harvard EMT’s and Fire Department responded to the 9:30 a.m., call.

Brief information on the accident appeared in this week’s paper; however, more information became available Thursday, Feb. 5.

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