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City, County dispute CCECC agreement

Changes to the interlocal cooperation agreement between Cheyenne County and City of Sidney for the Emergency Communications Center created a dispute between city and county officials serving on the CCECC authority board. Sidney City Council asked...

Sidney Housing Authority installs improvement to Sioux Villa

Concrete poured this week on a north side project, long in the making, that will make a big difference for those driving in the Sioux Villa area. Construction crews spent the week preparing for and...

SPS meeting substitute shortfall

Nebraska’s rural school districts are struggling to find substitute teachers. Sidney Public Schools faces the same challenge, Jay Ehler, SPS superintendent, said. “We have had struggles in the past having enough substitute teachers,” Ehler...

NEWS BRIEFS

Trailers to be removed from streets The City of Sidney reminds citizens that starting Oct. 15 all types of trailers, boats and recreational vehicles are not allowed to be parked on city streets. The restricted parking is enforced on all side...

Warrior Run benefits veterans

The Veterans and Military Family Emergency Relief Organization will be hosting its 9th Annual Warrior Run November 4th at the Legacy of the Plains Museum located in Gering. Registration will be held from 9:00 to 9:45 a.m.. The 10K will start at...

Lee raising funds to provide kids with hot lunches

Jeremy Lee, a Black Hills Energy employee, has started a non-profit to provide Cheyenne County children with funds to afford hot lunches and also to pay off outstanding lunch debt. A fundraiser dinner is planned for Oct. 28 at the Cheyenne County...

Egging Art classes move to studio home

Cindi Egging's Art 4 All Ages has moved from downtown Jackson Street to her Linden Street home. Egging refurbished a space to serve as both her personal studio and to teach art classes to students of ...

COMING TO SIDNEY! 'Hank and my Honky Tonk Heroes'

The sound of traditional Opryland Jason country music will be stopping in Sidney on Monday, Oct. 23. "Hank and my Honky Tonk Heroes" will be performing at Sidney High School as part of the Nebraska...

SHS Bonfire

Sidney High School students try to out-cheer each other at the bonfire held Wednesday. Sidney plays Gering at its Homecoming game Friday night at 7 p.m., with the coronation of the...

Judith Kay Golder - Obituary

Judith Kay Golder, 79, of Alliance, Nebraska went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at the Good Samaritan Society Nursing Home in Alliance. Per her wishes, cremation has...

Margaret J. Clark - Obituary

Margaret J. Clark, age 86 of Sidney, NE and longtime Chappell, NE resident passed away in Sidney, after a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer's disease, on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Memorial...

Potter-Dix beats Banner, Leyton

Potter-Dix volleyball played Banner County and Leyton Tuesday, earning a win in both contests. Potter-Dix’s Coyotes defeated Banner County’s Wildcats 25-7, 25-17, then defeated Leyton’s Warriors 25-17, 19-25 and 25-16. Against Banner County,...

Potter-Dix defeats Banner County, Leyton

Potter-Dix volleyball played Banner County and Leyton Tuesday, earning a win in both contests. Potter-Dix's Coyotes defeated Banner County's Wildcats 25-7, 25-17, then defeated Leyton's Warriors...

Merino defeats Peetz

PEETZ — The Merino Lady Rams traveled to Peetz Tuesday to face the Lady Bulldogs in volleyball. The Lady Rams defeated Peetz in three sets: 25-11, 25-10 and 25-5. Peetz had three kills from 42 attempts. Senior Kora Hradecky had two from 20...

Sidney battles Gering

GERING - One thing is certain when you watch a match between Western Conference foes. No matter the outcome, you'll see a hard-fought battle. That was the case Tuesday when the Sidney Lady Raiders...

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