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Sutton Chamber Annual Meeting set for Jan. 18

The Sutton Chamber Annual Meeting has been set for Monday, Jan. 18, 2016, at the Sutton Legion. Social hour will run from 6-7 p.m., with a broasted chicken dinner to follow at 7 p.m. The meal cost $12 per person. Executive Director of the TeamMates Mentoring Program, Suzanne Hince, will serve as the guest speaker.

 

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Wed
30
Dec
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January 1st, More Than Just New Year’s Day

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Jan. 1 marks the first day of the new year according to the Gregorian calendar, which is the most widely used calendar across the globe. The arrival of Jan. 1, is a cause for celebration in many countries, but the first day of the year has also played host to its fair share of history. This year, New Year’s revelers might want to reflect on some of the more notable events that have taken place on Jan. 1, as they pop some champagne corks and count down to the dawn of 2016.  

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Wed
30
Dec
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Sutton Chamber Annual Meeting, Banquet Set

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The Sutton Chamber Annual Meeting has been set for Monday, Jan. 18, 2016, at the Sutton Legion. Social hour will run from 6-7 p.m., with a broasted chicken dinner to follow at 7 p.m. The meal cost $12 per person. Executive Director of the TeamMates Mentoring Program Suzanne Hince, will serve as the guest speaker.

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Wed
30
Dec
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2015 Santa Reaction Winner

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Krystal Gonzales’ photo of her daughter, Jennings, sitting on Santa’s lap, was named the winner of the 2015 Santa Reaction Facebook Contest. Her photo received 152 likes. Participants sent in photos of their kids reacting to Santa/Mrs. Claus. Each photo was then put in an album on Facebook—then it was up to the public to decide who won. The photo with the most “likes” at the end of a week was awarded $50. The number of “likes” the photo received, as well as the number of “likes” the album received, was counted for the final total. Thank you to all who participated.

Wed
30
Dec
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Lost Clay County...

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It used to be a bustling town, with stores, houses and a railroad. But years of change has left it almost forgotten and easily missed. In 1888, the currently-called Eldorado town-ship, which sits a mile south of the Clay/Hamilton County line, used to be called Eldon. It was, however, discovered that another town in Nebraska was also called Eldon. Both towns changed their names, with the other town changing to Elyria, while Clay County’s town changed to Eldorado.

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Wed
30
Dec
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Winter Storm Misses Area

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Following a much unexpected four inch snowfall, which hit Clay County during the early overnight hours of Dec. 23 and 24, forecasters seemingly had their eyes fixed on a winter weather system that was to hit the county and much of Eastern Nebraska this past Sunday and Monday.

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Wed
23
Dec
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Meers, Kinnaman Winners of Light-Up Edgar

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Kent and JoDe Kinnaman earned second place for their set up for the Light-Up Edgar competition

 

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Wed
23
Dec
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Scam Artists Intrude on Clay County Phones

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The telephone rings and it’s someone saying you owe a debt, and if they don’t get the money you owe, they’ll put a warrant out for your arrest. Not wanting that outcome, you pay the debt, giving them your credit/debit card information and Social Security number, and then you think it’s all over. You’ve paid your debt and now you can move on.

 

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Wed
23
Dec
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Triplets Born Two Months Early a Christmas Miracle

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In June, Harvard residents Art and Janie Flores were in Mexico visiting family when they found out they were going to have triplets. “I was in shock at first and then I was happy and nervous,” Janie said. Once they found the news of the triplets, they cut their trip to Mexico short and headed back home.

 

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Wed
23
Dec
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Annie’s Project Prepares Farm Women to Become Decision Makers

It’s been several years since I’ve had the privilege to teach an Annie’s Project class and I’m pleased to announce in January 2016 I will be offering another class. Farm and ranch women are generating a cultural tide in American agriculture that is moving management, assets and opportunities to a new wave of farmers across the country. At Annie’s Project courses, farm women become empowered to be better business partners or sole operators through networks and by managing and organizing critical information.

 

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