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Articles from the April 13, 2016 edition

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Council recognizes Arbor Day with proclamation

The Sidney City Council had a proclamation read recognizing Arbor Day during Tuesday evening's regular meeting in preparation for its upcoming 30th annual tree giveaway celebration later this month....

 

Sidney first graders visit Scottsbluff Riverside Zoo

South Elementary School first graders took a walk on the wild side Tuesday at the Scottsbluff Riverside Zoo to look at animals and participate in a hands-on educational workshop. The annual trip...

 

Coffee Corner opens its doors once again

The Coffee Corner has had its share of turnarounds from its original name. It has been the Blue Rooster, then the Serenity Cafe and now it has come full circle, back to The Coffee Corner. Even though...

 

Mitchell family donates ALS equipment in memory of loving wife and mother

A generous gift presented to the Regional West Rehab Center by the family of Gay Franco is a lasting reminder that the Mitchell woman wanted to help other victims of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) in the only way she could – by giving them...

 

Engagement: Miller, Headley to marry

Ali Miller and Trevor Headley of Sidney announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Miller, the daughter of Randy and Tracy Miller of Sidney, received a bachelor's degree in graphic design from...

 

April 21 seminar addresses weed control strategies in specialty crops

A faculty member at the UNL Panhandle Research and Extension Center, Dr. Nevin Lawrence, will speak about weed control in specialty crops in a seminar on April 21 at the Panhandle Center. Lawrence is the Integrated Weed Management Specialist at the...

 

Annual Youth Energy Leadership Camp to be held

The Nebraska Rural Electric Association sponsors a Youth Energy Leadership Camp every year at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp in Halsey. This is an excellent camp that provides great leadership and team building activities. The camp will be held July 11...

 

Community Calendar 04-13-16

Ongoing Table of Grace, a ministry of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, is a mobile food pantry that distributes food at various locations throughout the area on monthly basis. The locations and times for registration are: 1st Tuesday of the month –...

 

Letter to the Editor - Reader: Developer should pay

Dear Editor: I would like to know why the taxpayer has to pay for the Pole Creek Cross Rd. That was not an existing street or a road between Greenwood and Fort Sidney roads before they started to develop that land. Therefore, since it is on land...

 

While paying off student loans, don't forget about retirement

Even if you’ve been out of school for a few years, you may still have a vivid reminder of college: your student loan debt. Since you’ve joined the workforce, you might be paying back your loans as best you can. But can you gradually reduce your... Full story

 
 By Anthony Ruiz    Sports    April 13, 2016

Houk signs letter of intent with Colby Community College

Leyton High School senior Jessica Houk is not in Kansas right now, but will be soon after signing a letter of intent to run track for Colby Community College in Colby, Kansas starting this fall. "I'm...

 

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