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Articles from the March 24, 2017 edition

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Car windows broken across city

Sidney Police Department is investigating damage to multiple vehicles that took place across Sidney Wednesday evening. “We are investigating a series of car windows getting broken throughout the community,” SPD Chief Joe Aikens said. “We’re...

 

Sidney Shooting Park gears up for new season

Sidney Shooting Park (SSP) is located on 114 acres north of Sidney. The park offers trap, skeet and archery venues for visiting enthusiasts and the community. The SSP offers a trap/skeet venue with fi...

 

Bids out for city weed control

The City of Sidney has sent out bids for its weed control services. The action will save the city both money and resources, Ed Sadler, Sidney city manager, said. “I was curious as to whether we could find a better way to do it,” Sadler said....

 

Meals On Wheels in peril

Sidney's Meals on Wheels program serves 65 clients per day, on average. To provide 1,179 meals in February during its 23 days of service, it had a budget of $2,500. Sidney's Meals on Wheels receives...

 

James L. "Jim" Gilroy - Death Notice

James L. “Jim” Gilroy, age 88 of Dalton, NE passed away at Highland Park Care Center in Alliance, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced when available. You may view Jim’s Book of Memories, leave...

 

Jerry Dolan - Obituary

Jerry Dolan, a former resident of Sidney, Nebraska went to be with the Lord on February 21, 2017. He died peacefully in his sleep at the age of 80 at his home in Port Isabel, Texas. A celebration of his life was held on February 26, 2017. Most of...

 

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