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Kihanna S. Moreno-Brown

Aug. 24, 2018 - Oct. 25, 2018

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James A. Randall

March 30, 1934 - Oct. 27, 2018

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Marian J. (Dieringer) Condon

Feb. 14, 1928 - Oct. 29, 2018

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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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Cards shred Mustangs 79-8

Harvard rolls up 325 all-purpose yards during seventh win, Ben Okraska paces offensive power

 

BY ASHLEY D. SWANSON

Unstoppable is easily one of the best words to describe the Harvard football team. The Cardinals rose to 7-0 on the season following Friday’s homecoming game against the Silver Lake Mustangs; Harvard won 79-8.

It was evident that the Cardinals wanted control of the game, as the team posted 38 points on the scoreboard by the end of the first quarter, via touchdowns by juniors David Rezola and Noah Okraska, and seniors Cory Marshall and Hunter Wilkerson.

 

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Fillies win two of three at Centennial

BY JORDYN HULINSKY

The Sutton Fillies won 2-of-3 at the Centennial Invite Saturday when the Fillies first fell to Wood River in two sets, before defeating Friend and Tri County.

In the game against the Wood River Eagles, Sutton earned three ace serves, 11 kills, three blocks, 11 set assists and 26 digs, in the two set loss. The Eagles won 25-14 and 25-19.

Sophomore Kylie Baumert earned four individual points in the match with her one ace serve, two kills and one block. She also contributed one dig.

 

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Holding close to family

By Ashley D. Swanson

I n the past almost-four years, I’ve talked about my family quite a bit, because, well, I kinda like them and enjoy sharing stories about them.

My family is far from normal, yet we all understand how the other works, even if the outside world doesn’t.

In previous columns I’ve also talked about the number of things my family has taught me, mainly handson items such as car maintenance, cooking, sewing and caring for others.

 

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Huskers issues have me wanting more

By Tory Duncan

Once a Husker....Always a Husker! But as we all know, the bottom, as I see it hit Saturday afternoon at Northwestern.

If I look back at Saturday’s meltdown loss, though, it was the first time in at least two, maybe three years I was mad, that I let that loss effect my day, at least for a little while!

After cooling my jets, I finally figured out why I was so mad, it wasn’t because of the way we lost, well okay, it was, that is what caused my disgust. But in reality, after two to three years of just not carring that much, I figured out that even at 0-6 now, I care as much as I did about Husker football as I did when Bo Pelini was here.

 

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