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“DRIVE 4 UR SCHOOL” Sutton FFA Earns $7,000 from Friesen Ford

Friesen Ford presented a check for $7,000 to Sutton High School for use by the Sutton FFA Chapter Monday night during the 2014 Fall Chapter banquet. Pictured from the left, Crystal, Adilynn, Jason and Jaydn Friesen present the check to Chapter President Jered Lemkau and Chapter Sentinal Tyler Bailey, representing the Sutton FFA Chapter.

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Edgar Auxiliary Honors Veterans

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Plea Agreement Reached with Johnson

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Supporting the Fillies

Fans from all over made the trek to Lincoln Southwest High School, where the Sutton Fillies would take on Freeman in the first round of the state volleyball tournament Nov. 13. Here, Jered Lemkau, doing his best to portray Sutton head coach Adam Kuntz, joins in with the rest of the student body to cheer on the Fillies. Joining Lemkau to his right are Noah Johnson, Drew Steinhauer and Ignacio Rivera. 
 
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The American Legion Auxiliary, Warren

Fletcher Unit No. 248, in Edgar acknowledged Veteran’s Day last week by delivering cookie plates to Veterans in and around the Edgar area. Auxiliary members that took part in the event include, from the left: Peggy Rumsey, Trisha Shepard, Pamela Shuck, Tammy Wilson, Pamela Maynard and Breanna Elting. -Courtesy Photo by Peggy Rumsey.
 
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Winter Teases Clay County

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In Honor and Remembrance

Veteran’s Day programs were held at all three Clay County High Schools in honor and remembrance of all military veterans throughout the county. In Sutton, guest speaker Tom Ohnesorge addressed the audience about his military experiences and what being a veteran means to him.
 

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Harvard History Falls Last Week

Damaged by a partial collapse during the overnight hours of Oct. 5, a big piece of the community of Harvard’s history has been fully taken down and removed from its location at the south end of Harvard’s business district, located at the corner of Clay and Oak Streets. The building was felled and removed by G & G Dozer Company of Caney, Kansas, during a multi-day removal of the damaged building.
 

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Recounts Set in Clay Center, Fairfield Races

The 2014 General Election, with numerous write-in candidates reaching out for local offi ces in Sutton and Harvard, as well as highly challenged races in Clay Center, Glenvil and Fairfield, made for an active day of voting for Clay County voters. Two automatic recounts will take place in the races for the Fairfield and Clay Center City Council positions.
 

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