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Articles from the March 3, 2017 edition

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 By Amanda Tafolla-Sutton    Community    March 3, 2017

Students help celebrate Nebraska's 150th birthday

Leyton Elementary School Students across the county celebrated Nebraska's 150th Birthday by participating in events Wednesday afternoon. At Leyton Elementary School, kindergarten through sixth grade...

 By Don Ogle    Community    March 3, 2017

City Council approves truck routes

After delaying a decision through two meetings, the Sidney City Council approved a resolution establishing truck routes throughout the city. In its final discussion prior to setting the initial routes, council altered the proposes routes, adding a...

 By Brandon L. Summers    Community    March 3, 2017

Creek Valley Middle School students to move to Chappell

CHAPPELL - Creek Valley Middle School students will be attending classes in Chappell starting in August. Following a decision of the Creek Valley School District school board Monday, Creek Valley Middle School’s fifth and sixth grade students will...

 Community    March 3, 2017

Summers joins Sun-Telegraph

Brandon L. Summers has joined the Sidney Sun-Telegraph as a reporter. "I'm thrilled to be here," he said. "Already, I'm charmed by this community. It's beautiful, busy and everyone I've met has been...

 By Amanda Tafolla-Sutton    Community    March 3, 2017

Leftmore includes Sidney on tour

"I've got friends I don't need anything" is a lyric from one of Leftmore's songs and the mantra the band's tour is centered around. Leftmore's singer/songwriter Joe Ziegler has made Sidney a staple...

 By Larry Nelson    Community    March 3, 2017

Earl M. Foster

Registering for the Selective Service was mandatory in the 1940s. Once signed in, a young man was subject to being called up for service just about anytime armed forces were in need. When he reached eighteen, Earl Foster was all set to go into the...

 By Don Ogle    Sports    March 3, 2017

Lady Coyotes overpowered at state

LINCOLN - Going into state D-2 tournament play, the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes knew they had a big order in front of them, playing the tournament’s top seed, Falls City Sacred Heart, in the first round Thursday morning. With its offense running cold...

 Obituaries    March 3, 2017

Donna J. Rohde - Obituary

Long-time Fountain resident Donna J. Rohde passed away quietly February 23, 2017 at her home surrounded by her family. Donna was born November 11, 1940 in Sidney, Nebraska to Leona (Loebe) and Everett Shelley. She spent most of her early life in...

 Obituaries    March 3, 2017

Jonathan L. Howton - Obituary

Jonathan L. Howton, 48, of Dix, died at Kimball Health Services on Saturday, February25, 2017. Celebration of Life services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the Kimball Evangelical Free Church in Kimball with Pastor Hod...