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Council: first reading on electric rates, JESWA land trade

An ordinance for a land trade between City of Sidney and Cabela’s had a first reading Tuesday at the City Council’s regular meeting. The trade will allow the city and South Platte Natural Resources District to move forward on the Joint East...

Hershberger brings wealth of experience to SST staff

Forrest Hershberger has joined the staff of the Sidney Sun-Telegraph as news editor. He will be writing sports, local government and features in addition to other duties as assigned. Hershberger...

USDA Rural Development Block Grant funding at risk

USDA rural development grants remain at risk of being slashed from the federal budget, with the agency facing more than $1.1 billion in cuts proposed by the White House. University of Nebraska Lincoln Extension in Sidney uses such grants to help...

"Nebraska150 Express" to stop in Sidney

Sidney is among the stops planned next weekend, Aug. 4-6, as part of the "Nebraska150 Express" statewide train tour. Union Pacific Railroad's heritage equipment and streamliner and diesel locomotives ...

Ride for awareness

Tracy Herbert, of Fort Worth, Texas, is creating awareness of type 1 diabetes by bicycling from San Francisco to New York along historic Highway 30. Herbert arrived in Sidney Tuesday, taking a break...

Dennis L. Roberts Obituary

Dennis L. Roberts, age 65 of Potter, NE passed away Sunday July 23, 2017 at his home. A celebration of Dennis' life will be held Saturday, July 29th at 4 p.m., at his home, 944 Sheridan in Potter....

Maynard Schumacher Obituary

Maynard Schumacher, age 90 of Sidney, NE and longtime Peetz, CO resident, passed away in Sidney, Saturday, July 22, 2017. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 A.M., Friday, July 28th with Wake ...

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