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Snow, Cold Snap Hits County

Less than an inch of snow fell throughout Clay County over the weekend, leaving slick roads and hazardous driving conditions. A spokesperson for the National Weather Service in Hastings said one to three inches of snow was expected in Clay County between Tuesday and Wednesday; however, there will be a dry spell until Friday evening, when there is a slight chance of snow.
 
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Fire Leaves Edgar Home Charred Dec. 23

A Dec. 23 fire near the downtown business district in Edgar has left the home of L ee and Elizabeth Ann Sample- Paulus and their children, Mersaidies Dawn Nacke, Xavier and Jacob, without their home. No cause for the fire has been announced. The call came into the Clay County E-911 Dispatch Center around 6 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 23, with the Edgar V olunteer Fire Department responding to the scene.
 
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Area Students Graduate from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln

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Lang Honored with Outstanding Service Award by CCC-Hastings

Brad Lang of Hastings has received the 31st Annual Outstanding Service Award at Central Community College- Hastings. The award is presented annually to a Hastings Campus employee who demonstrates exemplary service to the college. Lang has been an agribusinessinstructor at CCC since 1989. 
 
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Students Excel at AR Reading Program

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County Delivers Holiday Cheer

Hundreds of brightly colored Christmas wrapping paper rolls are piled on tables. Busy hands use them to wrap numerous presents—ranging from toys to clothes—making sure every inch of the present is covered. Children, students and community members, althoughfocused on the task at hand, chat with one another, smiling as they fulfill the night’s purpose. A feeling of holiday cheer is in the air as a county gathers to deliver the ultimate gift—giving back.
 
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Advanced Tickets for “Comedy For The Cause” Go On Sale Monday

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Sutton Rescue Squad Gains Huge Gift

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Harvard One-Act Fourth at State Play Production

Ray Nierman, the Scarecrow, Dallas Doupnik Jr., the Lion, and Zach Faltys, the Tin Man, share a moment on stage with Katie Bell, acting as Beth, at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk during the Class C-2 State Play Production championships Thursday, Dec. 11. Harvard would place fourth overall at state.

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Just one week after winning the C2-4 District Play Production competition in front of their hometown crowd, the cast of Harvard’s production of “OZ” would venture into state play production competion held at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Norfolk.The cast would kickoff the Class C-2 competition at state Thursday, Dec. 11, with an  8:30 a.m. curtain call. Five other casts would follow Harvard before the final numbers would be announced.
 
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Mau Becomes Sutton Mayor

Todd Mau was sworn in under oath to be the new Mayor of Sutton during the Sutton City Council’s Dec. 9 meeting.

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