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Bryan D. Mach

Oct. 9, 1960 - April 8, 2017

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Shirley M. Nelson

May 12, 1935 - April 14, 2017

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Larry G. Frank

Feb. 6, 1966 - April 9, 2017

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Darlene R. Gibson

July 23, 1937 - April 14, 2017

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Purchase of K-9 for police approved by Sutton Council

Sutton will soon be the home of a first of its kind in Clay County, as members of the Sutton City Council approved the purchase of a new four-legged addition to the City of Sutton police force.

K9 Falco, as he is known, is a male German shepherd, born in March of 2015, that will be added to the city police force at a cost of $9,000, which includes a $5,000 deposit for the canine, as well as a $4,000 fee due at least seven days prior to delivery of the specially trained dog.

K9 Falco, according to the contract presented to the city council members, is trained in both patrol and narcotics, to help assist the Sutton police. He will come with a two-year guarantee against any congenital defects, effective from the date of purchase.

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Top educators

Tomlinson, Bower named teachers, advisors of the year

The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation selected two recipients for the Agriculture Teacher and FFA Advisor of the Year award.

Jesse Bower from Sutton Public Schools and Amy Tomlinson from Sandy Creek Public Schools were honored at the Nebraska FFA Convention on Thursday, April 6, in Lincoln.

The winning advisors received a plaque and a $1,000 donation to their FFA chapters.

The teachers were nominated by their own students and selected based upon their school and community involvement, leadership development in their classroom, and their ability to keep their students involved in agriculture.

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Easter Egg Hunts held in Clay Center, Sutton

Kids head toward the number of eggs set out for Clay Center’s annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 8, at the fairgrounds. Below the one of the Easter bunny’s helpers, Carli Skalka, enjoys some time with Vicki Softley and her grandchildren, Grace and Abel Wellman and Elly Softley, during the Sutton hunt held Saturday morning at City Park.

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Overturf, Drudik lead Sutton shooters

Anderson wins 18-19 yard handicap title during April 8 shoot at Crooked Creek Gun Club

Emily Overturf and Derek Drudik led the Sutton girls and boys trap teams during week three of the conference shooting season, held at the Crooked Creek Gun Club, west of Stockham, this past Saturday, April 8.

Overturf led the girls team, hitting on 85 of 100 total targets, while Drudik guided the boys team, also hitting on 85 of 100 total targets.

Overturf was 46-50 from the opening 16-yard mark, then hit on 39 of 50 targets from the 23-yard handicap mark.

Drudik connected on 41 of 50 targets from the 16-yard spot, but followed that up by hitting on 44 of 50 targets from the 21-yard handicap mark.

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HPS girls fall just short of team gold at Franklin

Four points separated the Blue Hill and Harvard girls track teams in the final standings at the Franklin Invitational, held April 4.

The Lady Bobcats, in the end, held a 106.5-104.5 scoring edge to claim the Franklin title.

In all, the Lady Cardinals gained 11 medals on the track and brought home another seven medals in field event action.

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The final run for the senior class

By Tory Duncan

Some times during the course of a week, when I finally sit down to pen the Bull there becomes thoughts that I almost would rather just pass on, a week now and then, from writing this column.

This week is one of them. A great deal of thoughts and personal views have come and gone, some of which would turn heads for the good and not so good, other thoughts this week just wouldn’t matter.

So, I turn to an easy going thought for the week, that being the end of the school year.

With just over a month to go before the three graduating classes of seniors take the step into the next stages of their lives, it draws me back to those final weeks of my senior year in high school...1983.

I recall some of our classmates constantly saying they just can’t wait to be done and move on.

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