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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON When you walk into The Pork Place at Husker Harvest Days, there’s a lot of hustle and bustle; however, for the Sutton Christian School staff and students, as... + continue reading
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Playground equipment, ordinances, and resolutions served as the base for the monthly Edgar Council meeting Sept. 12. In a 4-0 vote of approval, members passed... + continue reading
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Mario Chacon sprays Jazmin Chavez with some colorful powder as she finishes the Harvard Rest Haven Color5K/one mile run/ walk on Saturday, Sept. 16.    To read more please log in or... + continue reading
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The South Central Unified cross country girls’ and boys’ teams finished 10th and 16th, respectively, at the Fillmore Central meet Thursday. “The... + continue reading
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Mustangs run past Sandy Creek 64-7 during Clay County gridiron match Friday BY JORDYN HULINSKY Sutton earned the “W” in the Clay County Rivalry game at Sandy Creek Friday... + continue reading

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BY TORY DUNCAN Sutton City Council members took the final steps during their September meeting Monday night at city hall, to endorse a reduction in the City of Sutton’s mill levy taken from property owners in the city limits, by trimming the levy by just over 20 percent. The levy, which had been maxed out at 1.03, as to what the City... + continue reading
09/06/2017
Lincoln, NE, Aug. 22— Nearly half of rural Nebraskans are bypassing their local grocery stores to buy their food at supercenters and supermarkets, according to the 2017 Nebraska Rural Poll. Local grocery stores maintain market share in communities that are large enough for them to be viable but... + continue reading

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Clay Center grad Kristy Hajny shares reality of Montana fires BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Think of thick, early morning fog, the kind of fog that keeps a person from seeing more than maybe a half a mile ahead of them. That’s how Kristy Hajny, a Clay Center native and wildland firefighter, describes the smoke currently overtaking Montana... + continue reading
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BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON Darrel Beck and his family are well known throughout Edgar. Their leadership roles, as well as involvement in their community earned them grand marshal at this year’s Old Trusty parades Saturday and Sunday. Born and raised in Edgar, Darrel graduated from Edgar High School in 1960 and then attended Milford for two... + continue reading
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BY JORDYN HULINSKY Sandy Creek won three of four games last week. One Tuesday, Sept. 5 against Centennial and two at the Sandy Creek Tournament Saturday. SANDY CREEK TOURNAMENT The Cougars volleyball team faced three teams at the Sandy Creek–hosted tournament, Saturday. Sandy Creek won two of the three games: beat Ravenna 25-21 and... + continue reading

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BY JORDYN HULINSKY The South Central Unified cross country girls’ and boys’ teams finished 10th and 16th, respectively, at the Fillmore Central meet Thursday. “The... + continue reading

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By Ashley Swanson It’s interesting when I think about the fact that I’ve been here almost three years...just three months shy of that anniversary. It’s... + continue reading

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Attendees of the annual Old Trusty Tractor Pull watch as contestants take their turn at trying to make a full pull.   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition.... + continue reading