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Articles from the February 9, 2018 edition

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Joyce Recognized By Aviation Association

James Joyce was recently inducted into the Nebraska Aviation Hall of Fame. The recognition took place during the annual Nebraska Aviation Symposium held in Kearney Jan. 25. James E. Joyce was raised o...

 

SRMC, School District Collaborate For Job Shadowing

One of the "hurry up and wait" stages in life is what to do with your life. Is the best career path initiated with a college degree, a certificate program, a doctoral degree or a mentorship that...

 

Mrs. Cheyenne County Organizes Blood Drive

In her drive toward the possible crown of Mrs. Nebraska, Ylani Cole hasn't let an opportunity to represent or serve go by. As Mrs. Cheyenne County, Cole has made nearly 40 appearances since July,...

 
 By Kelley Rice    News    February 9, 2018

PANHANDLE PERSPECTIVES: 4-H Reaches Youth Through Clubs and Other Learning Experiences

4-H is the largest youth organization in the nation. 4-H serves more than 7 million youth, working in partnership with national, state, and local partners to provide meaningful experiences where youth learn by doing. As we celebrate Nebraska 4-H...

 

City Continues Energy Rebate Program

The City of Sidney has a program with the potential of doubling a homeowner’s savings. There is a way to let the City pay residents to save energy and consequently money. The Energy Efficiency...

 

Whistleblowers

In December of 1773, near the time of the Boston Tea Party, Benjamin Franklin admitted that he had passed on to the Boston Gazette twenty letters that the Massachusetts governor, Thomas Hutchison had written, calling for an “abridgment of the...

 

Winning The Nebraska Way

Life is precious. It is something that we can never take for granted. From our country’s earliest days, our Founding Fathers recognized life as the first right in the Declaration of Independence....

 

God's Love

I would like to start this article by telling EVERYONE GOD LOVES them, He does not like the way we live sometimes but He does love us. We read John 3:16 and hear about it a lot, “GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD, THAT HE GAVE HIS ONLY SON, THAT WHOEVER...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    February 9, 2018

Sidney Wrestlers Head to Districts

"Understand rankings mean nothing - we're all starting out 0-0," said Sidney wrestling coach John Ganser as his squad heads into the district competition today and Saturday. It's sage advice for his w...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    February 9, 2018

Coby Haas Realizes Lifelong Dream

Surrounded by his family, on Wednesday Sidney Red Raider senior Coby Haas signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of Wyoming Cowboys in Laramie next season. Haas signed as a pref...

 

Leyton Falls To Bayard

Leyton's varsity basketball teams both lost to the visiting Bayard Tigers squads on Tuesday in Dalton. The Lady Warriors (9-10, 2-3 in district) started the night's action against the Lady Tigers...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    February 9, 2018

Creek Valley Split Perkins Contests

Creek Valley's Storm basketball teams hosted the Perkins County Plainsmen Tuesday, and the games results followed the pattern that Creek Valley has experienced in recent years when they face the...

 

Linda L. Rogers - Obituary

Linda Lee Rogers, age 69 of Sidney, NE passed away at Sidney Regional Medical Center, Monday evening, February 5, 2018. Memorial Services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Monday February 12th, in the First...

 

Hester A. Smith - Obituary

Hester A. Smith, age 82 of Sidney, NE passed away Monday, February 5, 2018 at the Sidney Care and Rehabilitation Center. A Celebration of Life will be on Monday, February 12th from 4-6:00 P.M. at the...

 

Boy Henry Jessen - Obituary

Boy Henry Jessen, known as "Hank" by his friends, passed away Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 at Swedish Hospital in Englewood, CO. He was 87 years old. Hank Jessen was a long time resident of Cheyenne County an...

 

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