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Clay County offers spooky fun

ABOVE: A creepy clown version of Noah Okraska smiles at the camera during the Clay Center Community Club’s Haunted House Saturday.

 

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Clay Center to vote on pool propositions next Tuesday

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Two propositions from Clay Center will appear on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Proposition No. 1: Bond issue for new pool; Proposition No. 2: 1/2 cent sales tax to service the bond for the pool project.

The current Clay Center Pool is 60 years old, being constructed in 1958, and was originally designed to last about 25 years before updates would be needed.

Along with excessive water leakage, the pool has a number of issues that have come with age, including the need of a filter system replacement, where the parts are obsolete; the pool currently does not meet ADA accessibility standards; and the decking is beginning to sink, causing extra safety issues.

 

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24
Oct
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SCH’s Town Hall meeting insightful, draws large crowd

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Support, interest, and feedback on the current situation affecting the Sutton Community Home was highlighted during the SCH’s Town Hall meeting Oct. 16, which more than 300 people attended.

SCH Administrator Hannah Elliott informed the crowd that due to last fiscal year’s Medicaid reimbursement rate cut, which plummeted 7.17 percent, tagged along with a significant decrease in census and nursing rates, SCH has found itself in a tough spot. The 7.17 percent cut from the state contributed to “severely depleting the capital funds” SCH had stored away.

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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Three years and counting

Attendees at the Sutton Sale Barn watch as a new set of cattle are brought into the ring. Sutton Sale Barn celebrated three years of being open for business on Friday, Oct. 19.

 

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Wed
17
Oct
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Buescher nominated to U.S. District Court judgeship

Deweese native, 1993 graduate of Sandy Creek

On Wednesday, Oct. 11, President Donald Trump nominated Brian C. Buescher of Omaha to serve on the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska. Nebraska Senators Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) recommended Buescher to the president for this judgeship.

With the nomination by the president, Buescher, who is a native of Deweese and a 1993 graduate of Sandy Creek High School, will be going through the Senate confirmation process. There will be a confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee and once that hearing has concluded, the committee will vote on the nomination. If the nomination clearscommittee, it will then head to the full Senate for a vote.

 

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Clay Center breaks ground for future clinic

Tuesday, Oct. 16, Clay Center kicked off the start of a new clinic, which is expected to be complete by summer 2019. Diane Keller, at left, CEO at Memorial Community Health, based in Aurora, said, “We’re excited to begin a new era of operations in Clay Center. We hope to have the opportunity to grow and continue with service to the community.”

 

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Music has a strong impact at Harvard Public School

Spring musical announced during fall extravaganza Oct. 9

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

When the Harvard community comes together, it’s often times in support of the students attending Harvard Public School.

Tuesday, Oct. 9 was no different. Despite being moved inside due to rain, a large crowd filtered throughout the school, enjoying a picnic-type meal, “street” performances from students, and the eventual main event the fall music extravaganza.

 

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Wed
10
Oct
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Sutton Community Home town hall meeting is Oct. 16

BY TORY DUNCAN

The Sutton Community Home and its governing board will be hosting a town hall meeting at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 16.

Slated for the Sutton Community Center, located at 200 S. Saunders Ave., this meeting will focus on the current state of the community home and the future direction in which the SCH board hopes to go with the facility.

 

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10
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Colors fly during SPS run Friday

Griffin Bergen smiles as he runs through a cloud of blue chalk during the Sutton Elementary Color Run Friday. 

 

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10
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Weather-related harvest trouble been brewing since summer

BY RITA BRHEL

It’s not hard to imagine how the latest stretch of wet weather has delayed Clay County’s farmers yet again. Combines sit stranded in fields abandoned midway through cutting, and the grain elevators have been eerily quiet for early October.

But the truth is, this fall’s biggest harvest troubles hasn’t been the rain. This past summer’s weather was setting up crops for challenges long before the fields dried down.

 

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