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Sidney Woman was Injured in an Accident Wednesday Afternoon

A Sidney woman was injured Wednesday afternoon when she and an unidentified vehicle collided at the intersection of L17J and Old Post Road. Rosella Mehling, 87, was struck in the right side and was...

WNCC Sidney Commended for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program

Junior colleges offer more than a step up to a university. That is the message staff of the Western Nebraska Community College brought to the Western Community College Area Board of Governors...

Legislature Adjourns, 24 Bills Sent To Governor's Desk

LINCOLN--Twenty-four bills were passed before the second session of the 105th Nebraska Legislature adjourned late Wednesday afternoon. Senators unanimously passed a bill that will require payday lenders to provide borrowers with more information....

Nebraska Lawmakers Finish Contentious 2018 Session

LINCOLN (AP) — Nebraska lawmakers approved two dozen last-minute bills Wednesday on the final day of a contentious session that was dominated by disputes over state budget cuts, taxes and abortion. Senators ended the short, 60-day session on a...

Sidney Tree Board Set To Give Away Trees

The Sidney Tree Board will celebrate Arbor Day with its annual tree give-away Saturday, April 28th at the Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp. This year marks the 32nd year Sidney has been recognized as a Tree City USA community by the National Arbor Day...

School Opens Doors to STEAM Activities

The parking spaces were full along the streets surrounding the school. Adults and children entered the school well after normal class time. It was an opportunity for parents and students to...

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