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Articles from the April 17, 2014 edition

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WNCC begins work on Sidney dorms

By fall of this year, 24 Western Nebraska Community College students will live on campus in dorms. "This is a huge milestone for the Sidney campus," said Sidney Campus Director Paula Abbott at the...

 

Roll with the changes

Margaret Lienemann and Sue Hiett from  Keep Sidney Beautiful awarded Preferred Roofing & Excavation, LLC owner Travis Arellano with the Community Beautification award. In August of 2012...

 

Marie E. Johnson

Marie E. Johnson, 88 of Sidney, passed away Tuesday morning, April 15, 2014 at the Sidney Regional Medical Center. Funeral Services will be held at 10 a.m., Sat., April 19th in the Holy Trinity Luther...

 

Tales of a coffee-holic: The best policy

We’re all liars. Some of you out there might disagree with me, but I’d say if you do, you’re just lying to yourself. I know that most Sidney residents take pride in the community’s high moral standards. Dishonesty probably goes against that....

 

Fort Sidney Chapter of the Order of DeMolay

The Fort Sidney Chapter of the Order of DeMolay held its installation of officers ceremony on March 30. 1st Row Left to Right ·         Alec Maddox, Preceptor ·         Cade Lewis, C...

 

Ten Questions with Brad Rowan Chief Building Official, City of Sidney

For someone with a couple of decades as a building contractor under his tool belt, Brad Rowan has an impressive resume. He has worked on skyscrapers in San Francisco and enforced code in a number of...

 

Dalton student earns second in Congressional Art Competition

For The Sun-Telegraph Congressman Adrian Smith today announced the winning artists of the 2014 Congressional Art Competition: An Artistic Discovery. Smith worked with the Nebraska Art Teachers...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    April 17, 2014

Talking Sports: Time is of the essence

There are a lot of cliches in sports. One of the oldest is that “records are made to be broken.” But there are also those records which many or even most of us think will never be touched. Baseball seems the most numbers crazy of the four most...

 

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