Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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An overflow crowd of over 300 supporters of the Rainwater Basin Pheasants Forever annual banquet, the committee of the event, in its 27th year, filled the Sutton Community Center Saturday,... + continue reading
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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A smaller meet greeted the Harvard speechletes Wednesday, Feb. 22, during the TVC speech meet in Deshler. Walking away with medals would be Kylie Doupnik, who earned first in Poetry and... + continue reading
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For 23 years, Joe Svoboda has been bringing Nebraska Husker players to Fairfield for the fire department’s annual fund raiser. That fact brought the crowd to their feet at this year’s... + continue reading
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Ask Butch Bauder what hunting has been like since he gained the passion of hunting and you’ll get a wide variety of responses. Mention the involvement in the sport of upland bird hunting with... + continue reading
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Mikaela Shaw has, without a doubt, left her mark and positive impressions on the University of Nebraska-Omaha women’s basketball team throughout her career with the Mavericks. This week, March... + continue reading

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03/01/2017
Holli Weber, with the Clay County Extension Office, had one task for the young entrepreneurs at Sandy Creek and Harvard—make something that made a difference. At Sandy Creek, she told the kids to invent a product that could be used for a game in which two players had broken arms. At Harvard, she told the kids to invent a product that... + continue reading
02/22/2017
Final plans are being made for the 26th annual Rainwater Basin Pheasants Forever chapter’s banquet, planned for this Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Sutton Community Center. The banquet, slated to begin at 5:30 p.m., will have a social hour, running from 5:30-7 p.m., with the meal slated to begin at 7 p.m. Meal tickets are $15 each, while a... + continue reading

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An upstairs furnace complication resulted in a loss of a Sutton family’s home Sunday, Feb. 19. Sutton, Grafton, and Clay Center Fire Departments, as well Sutton EMTS, Police Department, state troopers, and county officers responded to the evening call. Firefighters fought the flames for over three hours before the state fire marshal began... + continue reading
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Harvard’s City Council discussed two new ordinances at their Tuesday, Feb. 14, meeting, including the South Central Economic Development Ordinance No. 830 and ATV Ordinance No. 831. Ordinance No. 830 is to amend the nuisance ordinances, provide for the abatement and enforcement procedures, which then provides when this ordinance will be in... + continue reading
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A list of approvals and discussion topics claimed the Edgar City Council meeting Tuesday, Feb. 14. Water meters, which Edgar has been installing over the last couple of months, should be completed within the next week. Council members decided to send the readings from March and April to customers to show them what their bill will look like, and... + continue reading

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Ask Butch Bauder what hunting has been like since he gained the passion of hunting and you’ll get a wide variety of responses. Mention the involvement in the sport of upland bird hunting with... + continue reading

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By Keuhn There are multiple steps in the Appropriations Committee budgeting process. First, agencies submitted budget requests through the budget office last fall. Next, Governor... + continue reading

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Holli Weber, with the Clay County Extension Office, had one task for the young entrepreneurs at Sandy Creek and Harvard—make something that made a difference. At Sandy Creek, she told the... + continue reading