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JENNY’S REESources

by Jenny Rees

Soybean Management Field Days: Just a reminder of this week’s Soybean Management Field Days throughout the State! Aug. 9, will be held at the Robert Johnston Farm near Orchard; Aug. 10 at the Shane Greving Farm near Chapman (1374 9th Rd); Aug. 11 at the Eberspacher Family Farms (Darren, Delayne and Wes) just south and west of Cordova (4754 Saltillo Road); and Aug. 12, at Goff Farms near Schuyler. Soybean Management Field Days are a long-term partnership between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Nebraska Soybean Board. They begin at 9 a.m., with registration and conclude at 2:30 p.m.    

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10
Aug
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The Old (est) Player...

by Tory Duncan

The 14th annual Travis Carpenter Memorial Tournament has come and gone, the usual aches and pains certainly follow, but not as bad, mostly because at a month and a half short of my 52nd birthday, it’s not “full steam ahead” for me anymore. I would liken it to more like a tractor in field gear, notice I didn’t say road gear, yes, field gear.   

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Thrill of Racing

by Ashley Swanson

I’m getting slightly dizzy as I follow the thunderous sound around the track, trying to snap the perfect photo. Saturday nights at the dirt racetrack just outside of McCool Junction became a routine for me after the first few months I started covering them—I’m in my second season now. 

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Wed
02
Mar
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To The Highest Bidder...

Members of the Sandy Creek Football Team auction off a football of their own, which was signed by the entire team, during the annual Fairfield Fire Department fundraising event, held Saturday at the fire hall. Team members, from the left include Chandler Soucie, Corbin Hansen, Gabe Munoz, Brook Svoboda and Dillon Schiermeyer.
 
 
 
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Sutton Chamber Banquet is March 19

The Sutton Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their annual awards and social event on Saturday, March 19, at the Sutton Community Center. Tickets for the event are now on sale, at a cost of $250 per table of eight, or $35 for each individual ticket.
 
 
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Career Pathways Program Kicks-Off at SCUD Friday

Support from several people, businesses, and teachers helped shape the new Career Pathways Program for South Central Unified, which includes Sandy Creek and Lawrence-Nelson. The Career Pathways Program is designed to give students more advanced learning skills, as well as up to 12 credit hours. With a group of quality courses set up, students will be able to work alongside business members, get hands-on training, and gain knowledge on a particular subject they may have not been able to do in high school.
 
 
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Mar
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Lady Cougars End Season at 15-9

A season of streaks would headline the 2015-16 girls basketball season for Sandy Creek, as a 40-28 loss in the C2-7 Sub- District final brought the season to a close for the Lady Cougars with a 15-9 record. After going 1-3 during the first two weeks of the season, with losses to Wood River, Centura and Friend and a 26-10 win over Centennial, Sandy Creek reeled off five straight wins, beating Doniphan-Trumbull and Wilber-Clatonia in regular season action.
 
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Fillmore Central Slips Past Mustangs 54-53 in C2-7 Final

After two losses to the Panthers of Fillmore Central, during the regular season and Southern Nebraska Conference, the Sutton Mustangs had one last chance to knock off the Panthers, following a 54-39 semifinal round loss in the Southern Nebraska Conference tournament back on Feb. 4, and a 54- 41 home loss to the Panthers on Feb. 12.
 
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Mustangs 4th at State Duals

Coming off a huge weekend of success at the 2016 State Wrestling Championships in Omaha, where the Mustang wrestling team placed fifth as a team and earned five state meet medals, including a state championship run from senior Ignacio Rivera, the Sutton crew had one last task at hand this past Saturday with the fourth annual Nebraska State High School State dual Wrestling Championships in Kearney.
 
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FEMA Review, Keno Approval Given

A full slate of action was taken by the Sutton City Council during its regular monthly meeting held Monday, Jan. 11. Council members, following the passage of the monthly consent agenda, where bills and treasurer’s reports were approved, gave the approval of $3,100 to services rendered to JEO Consulting for the Sutton East Ash Street sewer extension project. 

 

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