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Harvard Students Embrace Family in Musical ‘Annie

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Bring together the classic tale of a girl just trying to find a family, one slimeball of a guardian, and a man who didn’t think he could love anything else but money, and the stage is set for the musical sensation, “Annie.” Over the past few months, Harvard students have been hard at work memorizing and choreographing scenes for the simple yet memorable story. 

 

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Rees Leaving Clay Co. Extension for York/Seward County Position

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Since May of 2004, Jenny Rees, straight out of college, accepted the position as unit leader of Clay County in her role as an Extension Educator. Her time with Clay County, after accepting a position as crops/water educator with he York and Seward County Extension offices, 

 

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Sutton’s CPI Feed Mill to Close April 1

It was announced by CPI Chief Executive Officer Steve Domm, that the Sutton Feed Mill, operated on site at the Sutton CPI location, will be closing, effective Friday, April 1. Domm told nearly 60-70 people on hand at an informational meeting held Tuesday, March 8, that due to the fact that the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety rule now being final, that the new regulations with FSMA will go into effect officially on Sept. 19, 2016.
 
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NHS, Building Controls, Bus Routes Topics at Sutton School Board Monday

During a discussion meeting Monday night, the Sutton School Board held its regular monthly meeting to discuss National Honor Society, building controls and bus routes. NHS Sponsor Jordan Engle said there has been an increase in dues over the past couple of years, jumping from $85-90 to $385. To raise money for dues, the group often works one concession stand per year; however, they do not do any fundraisers. 
 
 
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SCNUD Board Approves Construction Policies at Monthly Meeting

The South Central Nebraska Unified School District #5 held their monthly board meeting Monday, March 7, at the Lawrence-Nelson Elementary School to discuss construction policies and the resignation of a Sandy Creek teacher. The district’s lawyer, Rex Schultze, was present to review New Construction Policies and answer questions pertaining to the Unified Agreement between Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson.
 
 
 
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LB 720 To Protect People’s Privacy from Drones

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District 38 Senator John Kuehn first introduced Legislative Bill 720 in early January. The bill is intended to protect people’s rights of privacy from unmanned aircraft or unmanned aircraft systems. This bill would include unmanned aircraft systems, such as drones, which fly within the grey area of laws and restrictions.
 
 
 
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In It to Win It...

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Don Claus and a line of Cub Scouts watch intently as cars race down the track during the local version of the Pinewood Derby held Saturday, March 5. Pictured with Claus are, from the left, Danny Slocum, Devon Griess, Owen Schelkopf, Elian Flores, Rylan Reutzel, Creighton Jones, Brody Schelkopf and Tyler Myers. -CCN Photo by Tory Duncan
 
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To The Highest Bidder...

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Members of the Sandy Creek Football Team auction off a football of their own, which was signed by the entire team, during the annual Fairfield Fire Department fundraising event, held Saturday at the fire hall. Team members, from the left include Chandler Soucie, Corbin Hansen, Gabe Munoz, Brook Svoboda and Dillon Schiermeyer.
 
 
 
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Sutton Chamber Banquet is March 19

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The Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual awards and social event on Saturday, March 19, at the Sutton Community Center. Tickets for the event are now on sale, at a cost of $250 per table of eight, or $35 for each individual ticket.
 
 
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Career Pathways Program Kicks-Off at SCUD Friday

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Support from several people, businesses, and teachers helped shape the new Career Pathways Program for South Central Unified, which includes Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson. The Career Pathways Program is designed to give students more advanced learning skills, as well as up to 12 credit hours. With a group of quality courses set up, students will be able to work alongside business members, get hands-on training, and gain knowledge on a particular subject they may have not been able to do in high school.
 
 

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