Thursday, May 18, 2017
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Brodstone Memorial taking over Edgar Clinic After 20 years, the Edgar Medical Clinic will be seeing some changes. With the current U.S. economy and ever-changing healthcare, Mary Lanning has... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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When it came time to introduce the Sutton class of 2017 on Saturday, High School Principal Brandy Thompson had one main message for the class—there are no shortcuts in life. She continued,... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Students gawk and stare, as Kip Smith shows off a colorful macaw during the Wildlife Encounters’ visit to Harvard Public School on Monday.   To read more please log in or subscribe... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Seven individuals and two relay teams will advance to this weekend’s state track and field championships in Omaha following the end of the C-4 District meet held in Hebron, Thursday, May 11... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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Exchange student Adrian Pajaron leads a trio of Harvard tracksters to the 2017 Nebraska State High School track and field championships this week at Omaha Burke High School. Pajaron, along with... + continue reading

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05/17/2017
A number of approvals were made by the Edgar City Council Tuesday, May 9, during their monthly meeting. First, the council approved the final drawdown of the water meter project; the project was officially completed on May 9. They also approved $17,900 to Moore Electric. A payment of $8,000 was made to SCEDD, for grant administration... + continue reading
05/10/2017
Three persons were sentenced Tuesday, May 2, in Clay County court, with two resulting in imprisonment and the third in probation. Wesley Steckler, 29, who was arrested on three vehicle thefts near Edgar in January 2017, was sentenced to no less than three years, nor more than four years in jail on a Class II Felony. Steckler was granted credit... + continue reading

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Lincoln, NE—The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is part of a $6.6 million research initiative to promote soil health through the development and adoption of new cover crops across the United States. The initiative was launched March 22 by the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research and The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, which is the... + continue reading
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Special guest speaker, former Sutton Volunteer Fire Department member Mark Majors grabbed the emotions of many members of the Sutton department with his opening saying, “This is my home, it always will be home and this building...it’s my church.” Majors, a 20-plus year veteran as a firefighter in Sutton, Beatrice and now... + continue reading
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Eighty-four students will earn their diplomas this weekend during the Sutton and Sandy Creek graduation ceremonies. Sutton’s 48 seniors will take the stage first on Saturday, May 13, with a 4 p.m., ceremony time set. The day will begin with songs by the Sutton High School Choir, including “Maybe Someday” and “See You... + continue reading

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Seven individuals and two relay teams will advance to this weekend’s state track and field championships in Omaha following the end of the C-4 District meet held in Hebron, Thursday, May 11... + continue reading

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By Tory Duncan Thursday, May 11, marked a day in high school athletics that I’ll not soon forget. The C-4 District meet, hosted by Thayer Central High School in Hebron, left a great deal of... + continue reading

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Lincoln, NE—The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is part of a $6.6 million research initiative to promote soil health through the development and adoption of new cover crops across the United... + continue reading