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Articles from the January 29, 2016 edition

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Home on the range

A group of deer enjoyed the sunshine in Sidney on Friday afternoon in a field south of U.S. Highway 30 near Fort Sidney Road. While the region has experienced spring-like weather in the past few...

 

Art Guild to offer day-long workshops

The Cheyenne County Art Guild is kicking off a series of art workshops for beginners in February. Cindi Egging said the guild has been around for more than four decades and in recent years, artists from out of town have been brought in to lead more...

 

C-H-A-M-P-I-O-N

Daniel Bashtovoi, a sixth grader at West Elementary School in Sidney, won the Cheyenne County Spelling Bee on Thursday. Bashtovoi competed against the top-six spellers from schools throughout the...

 

Community Calendar 01-29-16

Ongoing A memorial account has been set up at American National Bank (Main Bank and Drive up locations) for Tabitha Davis. Donations can be made to: “Tabitha Davis Memorial Fund” to help defray expenses and to benefit twin daughters... Full story

 

Good Old Days 01-29-16

Compiled By Delaney Uhrig These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 50 Years Ago 'Kokjer...

 

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

BASKETBALL Friday, Jan. 29 Creek Valley at Garden County 4 p.m. Leyton at Minatare 4 p.m. Peetz (Colo.) at Prairie (Colo.) 4 p.m. Chadron at Sidney 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30 Peetz (Colo.) at Pawnee (Colo.) 3 p.m. Minatare at Potter-Dix 4 p.m....

 

Jason Assad loses appeal case

The Nebraska Court of Appeals ruled against Jason Assad last week when it affirmed a trial court's conviction of the Sidney man for first degree false imprisonment, terroristic threats, use of a... Full story

 

Commercial Resins Co. to leave county

A pipe coating company in Cheyenne County that employees 25 workers will be closing or changing hands. Commercial Resins Co. operates a facility north of Brownson, near the Cabela’s Distribution Center. General manager Chad McLaughlin said the... Full story

 

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