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Town Hall meeting outlines needs for new school in Sidney

The first of a pair of Town Hall meetings scheduled for this week to discuss the upcoming school bond election drew a sparse turnout Monday night. Just a handful of residents attended the session at...

 
 By Rod Horn    Community    February 3, 2015

PLATTE LINES A column of current items of interest from the South Platte NRD

The Nebraska Association of Resources Districts – the trade association for the 23 districts in Nebraska – held its annual Legislative Conference the last week of January. The conference is one of things we do as Nebraska’s resources districts...

 

Community Calendar 02-03-15

Ongoing Cancer survivor support group meets every third Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Dorwart Cancer Care Center. Great Topics and food. Call Leslie @ 250-1113 if questions. Upcoming St. Patrick’s Catholic Church 13th and Jackson St. is hosting a...

 

Nebraska Food Cooperative planning local deliveries, pickups

Are you a parent who wants healthy food for your children? Are you concerned that school lunches aren’t providing the best nutrition? Or are you a health-conscious adult who loves living in western Nebraska, but you feel like you’re missing out...

 

Aging Office seeks food, monetary donations for meal program

The Aging Office of Western Nebraska, a 503(b) nonprofit agency created by a the 11 Panhandle counties, administers a noon meal program throughout the area, Twenty site locations provide congregate and/or home-delivered meals to seniors older than...

 

Letter to the Editor: Reader supportive of state's marijuana bill

Dear Editor, The truth is that cannabis is a plant that won’t go away: it grows in nearly every climatic zone on the planet, without even needing to be tended. Its eradication is fundamentally impossible; prohibition has proved futile. And it is...

 

Physical Therapy Today: A NEW YEAR, A NEW YOU – Part II, Exercise for life

In the last Physical Therapy Today article, “A New Year, A New You-Part I-Lifestyle Changes.” I wrote about how to accomplish permanent lifestyle changes so you can have a healthier, happier, and longer life. Today, we will consider one important...

 

Sidney freshmen avenge only loss

Though never easy and seldom was their much breathing room, the freshmen Sidney Lady Raiders avenged their only loss of the season, 40-38, over the Scottsbluff Lady Bearcats at Cabela's Athletic...

 

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

Girls’ Basketball Tuesday, Feb. 3 Perkins Co. at Sidney, 5 p.m. Leyton at Sedgwick Co., 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6 Potter-Dix at Garden Co., 4 p.m. Gering at Sidney, 5:30 p.m. Leyton at Creek Valley, 5:30 p.m. Briggsdale at Peetz, 6:30 p.m....

 

MONDAY'S BOXSCORES

Freshmen boys Sidney 60, Scottsbluff 20 Scottsbluff 1 5 4 10 – 20 Sidney 13 13 20 14 – 60 SCOTTSBLUFF (20) – Ryan Hubbard 5, Mason Ramig 4, Jordan Rodriguez 3, Vincent Ouijas 3, Ricardo Rodriguez 2, Steven Stands 2, Alex Gurrola 1. SIDNEY (60)...

 

Raider freshmen whip Bearcats, stay unbeaten

For any Sidney Red Raiders' team, it's always good to beat Scottsbluff. But seldom is it very easy. But on the occasion of the Raiders vs. Bearcats freshmen boys' basketball game Monday night at...

 

Trick shot pool player coming to Hillside Bar

World renowned pool player and world trick shot champion, Tom "Dr. Cue" Rossman, shown in photo at right, will appear for an exhibition on Thursday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. at Hillside Bar & Grill in...

 

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