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City of Edgar Awarded $4,744 from NDEQ Grant

The City of Edgar has received a $4,744 award from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, as announced by the NDEQ Director Jim Macy last week. Edgar’s award is a part of a $2.01 million award program throughout the State of Nebraska that, in all, supports 126 tire recycling and cleanup projects in the state.
 

 

Wed
24
Jun
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Clay Co. Extension Office Prepares for Fair

Planning for something as big as the yearly county fair takes some time—not just hours each day, but months in advance. The Clay County Extension Office began preparing for this year’s fair back in January. They determined pre-fair dates for shows and hired judges for the pre-fair shows and fair exhibits.
 

 

Wed
17
Jun
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Land Taxes, Flood Damage Main Topics at County Board Meeting

Seven area farmers voiced their concern for rising land taxes during the Tuesday, June 16, County Board of Supervisors meeting. Roger Fehr said that most, if not all, farmers are going to be operating in the red this year, and said that everyone needs to look at what lies down the road from taxes and expenses.
 
Wed
17
Jun
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The Baileys...It’s All About Family

When you sit down with any member of the Bailey Family, Mark, Barb, Derek or Tyler, and even their extended family, Mark’s parents Jim and Marilynn, or Barb’s parents LaVern and Dorothy Novak, you will learn what family is all about.
 
Wed
17
Jun
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Over 500 Riders Partake in BRAN, Stop in Clay Center

More than 500 riders hopped on their bikes at the starting point of the 35th annual Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska in Wauneta on June 7. Four hundred and nine miles lay before them, taking them from the southwest part of Nebraska to the far east—their destination being Conestoga. Between the start and finish line, the riders had eight stops where they could rest, do activities, take a shower and check their bikes.
 
Wed
10
Jun
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Sutton Council Approves Ball Complex Pay Requests

During the monthly meeting of the Sutton City Council, members approved the paying of numerous pay requests related to developing the Sutton baseball and softball complex in northwest Sutton. Two pay requests were approved for Van Kirk Bros of Sutton, the first in the amount of $61,830 for earthwork, as well as supplies that have been purchased to be used for the continuing construction of the project.
 

 

Wed
10
Jun
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Sutton Council Approves Ball Complex Pay Requests

During the monthly meeting of the Sutton City Council, members approved the paying of numerous pay requests related to developing the Sutton baseball and softball complex in northwest Sutton. Two pay requests were approved for Van Kirk Bros of Sutton, the first in the amount of $61,830 for earthwork, as well as supplies that have been purchased to be used for the continuing construction of the project.
 

 

Wed
10
Jun
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Clay Co. Celebrates Its 22nd Annual Relay For Life

The clear blue sky lit up with white balloons, as everyone counted down to the moment when they would let the balloon string slip through their fingers. While the sun shined bright against everyone’s eyes, it didn’t stop the survivors and their families from watching the balloons float off until they were nothing more than a memory in the sky.
 

 

Wed
10
Jun
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Washed Out Heavy Rainfall Results in Extensive Flooding

Water, water everywhere, has people canoeing in ditches. Not only did ditches fill up with more than four inches of water, but so did fields, streets, highways, county roads, yards, and business parking lots. The large amount of flooding can be traced back to a series of storms that hit Clay County and surrounding areas from Wednesday, June 3, to Saturday, June 6.
 

 

Wed
03
Jun
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Kicking Summer Off Right...

The Sutton Swimming Pool opened on Saturday, May 23, just in time for summer to start. Despite a chilly weekend, the warmer weather prompted the pool to fill up with kids on Thursday, May 28. -CCN Photo by Ashley D. Swanson
 
 

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