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Articles from the February 21, 2014 edition

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City seeks right of way from east Sidney property owners

The city of Sidney seeks to gain additional right of way from property owners along the Toledo St. extension as well as Greenwood Rd. for roadwork planned on both streets during this year’s construction season. Last week, city manager Gary Person...

 

Work slated to begin on Greenwood Rd.

A busy road construction season in Sidney will begin next week with the closure of Greenwood Rd. between Daily Dr. and Virginia Ln. This portion of Greenwood Rd. will be closed to traffic beginning Feb. 24 for replacement of the existing wooden... Full story

 

Across the Fence: Prelude to Battle

Not many miles east of the Nebraska-Wyoming border, where the North Platte River crosses that boundary, a tiny Wyoming-born tributary takes a sharp turn north in the final leg of its eastward...

 

Good Old Days 02-21-14

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. 100...

 

A city gathers

James Harmon of the parks department ready to direct traffic leading to St. Patrick's Church. Members of the parks, street and water departments, along with Sidney police and deputies from the... Full story

 

A city gathers

Members of the parks, street and water departments, along with Sidney police and deputies from the Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office, controlled traffic during services for Dick Cabela on Friday... Full story

 

Life and Your Soul

I spend a lot of my time helping people in the midst of a crisis. Life is not easy, and we cope with disease, accidents, bad weather, and relationships that have gone bad. You can add to the list from your own experience, or the experiences of people...

 

Muggli still in medal contention

Sidney's Michael Muggli remains in the hunt for a medal at the 2014 NSAA State Wrestling Championships in Omaha's CenturyLink Center. The Sidney 145 lb. competitor defeated Chase Nelson of Beatrice...

 

Muggli still in medal contention

Muggli starts from the down position against Thatcher....

 

Warriors battle, fall short

Six points. The margin of Garden County's 43-37 win over Leyton in Thursday night's sub-district title game represented a gap the Warriors could not span, no matter how much heart, grit and hustle...

 

Straber, Mueller lead Storm in near upset

Creek Valley ran with the top seed, 20-3 Hemingford Bobcats for most of the way on Thursday night, before falling 72-62 in the sub-district title game at Mitchell. In fact, the Storm controlled things in the early going, as Jerry Straber put up... Full story

 

Area Sports Upcoming Schedule

Fri. Feb. 21 WRESTLING Class B State Championships Sidney @ Century Link Center, Omaha 9:30 a.m. CST GIRLS BASKETBALL Sidney @ Alliance 5:30 p.m. *Fleming @ Peetz 4 p.m. BOYS BASKETBALL Leyton @ Garden County 6 p.m. *Wallace @ Creek Valley 5 p.m.... Full story

 

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