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Articles from the May 4, 2013 edition

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 By Stephen McKay    Sports    May 4, 2013

Despite rough outing, Raiders on course

Despite not playing particularly well, the Sidney Raiders Golf Team looks like a group that can put a bad day behind it quickly. After the round they sat around the table making light of some of their bad holes. Had they been able to avoid bad...

 

Leyton girls, P-D boys rack up podiums

As Friday’s Cheyenne County Invite wound down, the woman responsible for placing medals into team envelopes muttered a complaint. The Leyton girls folder was stuffed so full, it seems, their gold... Full story

 
 By Jan Knicely    Community    May 4, 2013

Look for the good

As a little girl, I loved fairy-tales.  I always loved stories that had happy endings. However, real life is not a “happily every after” fairy-tale existence. Christians will live happily ever after when we are taken to our heavenly home, but...

 

Looking Back

These stories from the past first appeared in The Sidney Telegraph. Original writing is preserved, though some stories were shortened for space reasons. 100 YEARS AGO ‘Secretary Of State Warms Sidney With His Smile’ May 3, 1913 Secretary Bryan...

 

Program guides Sidney sixth graders

Students Making Awesome Choices (SMAC) is a program the is designed to educate the sixth grade students at West Elementary about topics and issues that the students will encounter as the journey towar...

 
 By Larry Nelson    News    May 4, 2013

Veteran's history project

Editor’s Note: This story is one of many American Veteran accounts published in the Sidney Sun-Telegraph. The writer, who is from Potter, is conducting the interviews as part of the Library of Congr...

 
 By Hannah Van Ree    News    May 4, 2013

White is walking tall

Toward the end of each month you might catch a man walking around downtown Sidney at a height twice that of a normal person. Ty White’s height however is not due to giant genes or a major growth...

 
 By Associated Press    News    May 4, 2013

Jurors get case in Arias murder trial

PHOENIX — Jurors were given final instructions Friday in the trial of Jodi Arias, who is charged in the stabbing and shooting death of her one-time boyfriend in Arizona. They got the case after hearing closing arguments from both sides, with...

 
 By M Timothy Nolting    News    May 4, 2013

May 1873: Happy Anniversary! The Sidney Sun-Telegraph

It was the month of May in the year 1873 that the first published newspaper appeared in the frontier town of Sidney, Nebraska. The owner, editor, publisher, and pressman was one man, L. Connell, who distributed the four-column folio sheet under the...

 
 By Hannah Van Ree    News    May 4, 2013

Disallowed evidence forces state to drop charges on Rodriguez

The State of Nebraska’s case against Joshua Rodriguez was decided by a jury trial this Tuesday, April 30 in Cheyenne County Court. The jury of six found Rodriguez not guilty of driving with a suspended license. Rodriquez had initially been charged... Full story

 

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