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Area students enjoy a day full of fitness, nutrition

Area students enjoy a day full of fitness, nutrition

About 250 third-graders from Sidney, Bridgeport, Leyton, South Platte, Bayard, Potter-Dix, Banner County and Creek Valley learned about fitness and how to make healthy food choices for Kids Fitness...

A matter of grace

Charisma is a word we often use to describe a politician or a successful entrepreneur. Someone with charisma has that intangible quality that seems to draw people to them. We say that they are “charming” or have a certain “magnetism” (these...

Good Old Days 10-31-14

Compiled By The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Staff These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 50...

Putting a scare into Sidney

Spooky decorations fill some shop windows downtown in celebration of Halloween. Witches, skeletons and ghosts haunt the front window at Imagine... Full story

Local church adds upbeat, contemporary service on Sundays

Pastor Thomas Hyde and the First United Methodist church are introducing a new contemporary service on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. This service will be geared toward the younger generation and their families. “This church has been here for almost 130...

Across The Fence: Over The Edge – Niagara's Argonauts

"If everybody jumped off a cliff would you jump after them?" This was the question my mother would pose when our pleas to be allowed some frivolous privilege included the irrational rational that...

Grant applications being accepted for foundation

The C.A. Story Foundation is accepting applications for 2014 grants The foundation was funded by C.A. Story, a former insurance and real estate businessman from Sidney. The application deadline is Nov. 15. Applicants for the grant must be a... Full story

Community Calendar 10-31-14

Sunday, Nov. 2 German Dinner at Weyerts Immanuel Lutheran Church (East of Gurley) on Sunday, Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us for bratwursts, sauerkraut, ham, potatoes, and homemade desserts! For more information, call (308) 249-0454 Thursday,... Full story

Board of Ed candidate O'Holleran makes campaign stop in Sidney

Molly O'Holleran, the incumbent candidate for the State Board of Education, District 7 seat, was in Sidney on Thursday to discuss the upcoming election and her views on hot button issues....

Service Notice: Eleanor M. Zilmer

Eleanor M. Zilmer, 93 of Sidney, passed away at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Extended Care on Thurs., Oct. 30, 2014. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Tues., Nov. 4th in the First United Methodist Church in Sidney with Rev. Tom Hyde... Full story

Back at full strength, Sidney heads into duel with Seward

The Sidney High football team should have all of its weapons at its disposal when it heads into Condordia University's stadium to face the Seward Bluejays on Friday night in the first round of the...

Peetz to battle Hanover in Colo. state tourney

If you’re a fan of offensive shootouts, Saturday’s showdown between Peetz High and Hanover may be worth checking out. The No. 3-seeded Peetz Bulldogs (8-1) are set to face to the No. 6 Hanover Hornets (9-0) of in the first round of the Colorado...

Potter-Dix loses in opening round

The Potter-Dix High football team fell behind in the first half and couldn't recover as the Coyotes lost 52-40 in the opening round of the Nebraska Class D2 state tournament on Thursday night....

 
 
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