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Day Long ‘Hunt’ Ends in Saronville

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Residents of Clay County had several hours of tense moments Saturday, Aug. 27, as law enforcement officers from the Nebraska State Patrol, Sutton Police Department and the Clay County Sheriff’s Department were in the midst of a hunt for 34-year-old Lindsey Nicole Frederick, in a field about a mile and a half west of Saronville. The Nebraska State Patrol, at around 9:44 a.m., pulled over a car driven by Frederick.
 
 
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So. Central Discusses 2016-17 Budget

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South Central Unified District’s 2016-17 budget was the main discussion during their Monday meeting. Sandy Creek Superintendent Randy Gilson said they’re financial status has been improving since the 2010-11 school year. With the agreement to split the budget 35/65, the proposed 2016-17 budget authority for the district is $11.6 million, with Sandy Creek’s budget being $6.8 million and Lawrence-Nelson’s budget being $3.9 million. Collectively, the entire district’s budget is about $871,000.
 
 
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Saturday Rollover Injures Driver, Passenger

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Sally A. Tracy of Lincoln, and her unknown passenger, were involved in a rollover accident Saturday, near County Road X and 309. The rollover caused damage to a pole owned by South Central Public Power District. The two occupants were transferred to Geneva by Sutton EMTs. Sutton Fire and Rescue, Sutton PD and County Deputy Paul Fujan responded to the call.
 
 
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The Potential Future Comes to Life for SCH

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Building for the future proves to be the ultimate goal, as plans move forward for the Sutton Community Home, the Sutton Community Home Foundation and the governing board and staff of SCH. The future holds true, as the baby boomer generation heads into their twilight years and the “baby buster” era heads into their middle years of life, as the future of the Sutton Community Home, as it looks to build a new skilled nursing center in the not so distant future.
 
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County Board Approves Grader Rebuild Program

Representatives for CAT discussed a motor grader rebuild program with the County Board of Supervisors during their regular meeting Tuesday, Aug. 23. The rebuild program would include a turbo charge; fuel, oil, and water pump; remaned transmission; drive lines; three piece glass for the operator station; up-to-date seat; and headliner; among other parts. The base price of the rebuild would cost $114,000; with additional parts, the cost could go up to $125,000, which would still be about $50,000 less than purchasing a new grader.
 
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Unfolding Edgar’s Comprehensive Plan

Developing a town into an appealing spot for future and current families is just one goal the City of Edgar has in store for the upcoming years. In Edgar’s comprehensive plan, which was developed around the same time as its blight and substandard study, focused in on the town’s strengths, but also weakness.

 

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Fun at Triple F Festival

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Teams compete during the annual sand volleyball tournament at Triple F Festival on Saturday, Aug. 13.

 

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Clay County Supervisors Talk Road Closures, 2016-17 Budget

Budgets, closure of Spring Ranch Roads, and road matters sealed the agenda for the County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. During a public input, it was discussed to close a number of roads in Spring Ranch, leaving open Birch, Main, Mehaim and Ash Streets. A complete list of the roads and how much of each road may be closed will be presented at the next meeting.

 

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Eight to Earn FFA American Degrees

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Four Sandy Creek and four Sutton students will earn their American FFA Degrees in a ceremony held during the 89th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, IN on Oct. 22. From Sandy Creek, those earning their American Degrees include: Emmet Caldwell, Erika Harms, Kody Illingworth and Colton Shuck.

 

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‘One Shoe Size Does Not Fit All’

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One shoe size does not fit all. Monday morning, after a buzz of conversations settled, coffee was found and breakfast consumed, teachers, staff and administration at Harvard Public School absorbed that very message from Dr. Doug Christensen, Educational Leadership professor at Doane College. The one shoe size does not fit all was being applied to the different ways students may learn and at what rate.
 

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