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Running 3,652 Miles Coast to Coast for Youth

On May 11, 2015, Aprylle Gilbert set out on a 3,652-mile journey that would take her from her home in San Jose, CA, to Cape Cod, MA, but she’s not driving it, she’s running it.
 
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Henderson Clinic Due to Open Early October

The $2 million construction of the Henderson Health Care Clinic in Sutton is moving right along and on schedule, Chief Executive Officer of Henderson Health Care Cheryl Brown said. According to Brown, the clinic is expected to open Oct. 15, following the completion of construction.
 
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Construction on Sutton Public School Bus Barn Almost Complete

On July 24, 2014, a fire claimed the Sutton Public School’s bus barn and two buses—a 1999 and the school’s second-newest (at the time), a 2010. The bus barn was built around 1994. At the time, the building was in the school’s three-year plan for updates and repairs, but since the fire, those plans were moved to the front line.
 
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Boots, Chaps, & Cowboy Hats

A group of fans sway back and forth as Amanda Winter, center, sings a song during her performance at the Clay County Fair on Friday, July 10.
 
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County Board Hears Preliminary Budgets, Discusses Concrete Project

Gary Flesner with F&F Construction gave square feet pricing to the county board during their meeting on Tuesday, July 14, for concrete and sidewalk finishing around the courthouse. Flesner said the total cost of the project would be determined by how much square feet of concrete is done. He gave the board three options including replacing the concrete, with a refinishing to the top of it; color stone with a stencil design; or having a broom coat finish without stenciling.
 

 

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Vietnam Veterans Honored in Clay Center...

Vietnam vets were named as the Grand Marshals during the Clay Center Fourth of July Parade on Saturday. The Fourth of July Celebration, “Hats Off to America,” was centered around honoring the veterans.
 
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Clay Center Named Best Host Community by BRAN Ride Participants

The community of Clay Center received rave reviews from riders that took part in the 35th Annual Bike Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) June 7-13. Of the seven communities that hosted an overnight stay for the riders, Clay Center was selected by the majority of riders as the best stay over spot along the southern route that was chosen this year.
 
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Clay County Fair Begins Thursday in Clay Center

It’s that time of the year again—the Clay County Fair is only days away and has a full schedule set. “Boots, Chaps, and Cowboy Hats,” is the theme for the fourday affair, with events starting at 11 a.m., on July 9, with a makeshift poultry show. The 4-H rabbit show will follow at 2:30 p.m.
 
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Light up the Night

A number of fireworks explode in the sky during Fairfield’s firework show put on by the Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department on Friday, July 3, at the town’s baseball diamond.
 
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Nashville Recording Artist Amanda Winter Performing on July 10

Sutton native Amanda Winter is heading back to her home roots for a two-hour concert, featuring music from her album, “Not That Girl,” and a variety of other country genres, at 8 p.m., Friday, July 10. “We’re really excited; we’re going to do a two-hour show and we’re going to be doing all of the songs from my album and then my favorites from classic country to prime country to the Miranda and Carrie Underwood songs of today,” she said.
 
 

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