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Articles from the December 29, 2017 edition

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Sidney Man Arrested In Stabbing Incident

Zackery Lee Clark, 22, of Sidney, was arrested Wednesday, Dec. 27, on charges of Second Degree Assault and Use of a Deadly Weapon to Commit a Felony following a stabbing incident at 577 Deborah...

 

Chip Program Funding Remains In Question

On Dec. 21, Modern Healthcare reported the House and Senate reached a deal to keep the federal government operating through Jan. 19, 2018. However, the bill doesn’t address states needing funding...

 

YEAR'S TOP STORY

Through SEC (Securities Exchange Commission) filings and a combined press release, Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops announced the companies’ merger was completed Sept. 25, with Bass Pro acquiring the locally-born outdoor retailer for approximately $5...

 

APRIL - YEAR IN REVIEW

LODGEPOLE - The Lodgepole Village Board of Trustees is considering well rehabilitation as a possible solution to its arsenic problem. “We’re looking to see if that would be an option for us. We don’t even know yet,” Tammy Sherman, Lodgepole...

 

MAY - YEAR IN REVIEW

FORMER SIDNEY TEACHER PAINTS OFFICIAL KENTUCKY DERBY ART Jim Cantrell, a former Sidney art teacher, was chosen as the official artist for the 2017 Kentucky Derby and Kentucky Oaks races. He received...

 

JUNE - YEAR IN REVIEW

U.S. OPEN HAS SIDNEY TIE The lush greenery of the Erin Hills Golf Course, home of the 2017 U.S. Open, has a Sidney connection. Located at Erin, Wisconsin, 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Erin Hills Golf Course was built using the natural dips and...

 

AUGUST - YEAR IN REVIEW

GOVERNOR'S WHISTLE STOP TOUR VISITS SIDNEY Union Pacific's Nebraska150 Express visited Sidney Saturday, bringing with it Gov. Pete Ricketts and several guests. Ricketts's Whistle-stop Tour first visit...

 

SEPTEMBER - YEAR IN REVIEW

COMMUNITY GATHERS SUPPLIES FOR VICTIMS Hurricane Harvey struck southeast Texas Friday and historic flooding has displaced thousands. In response, Sidney VFW Post 610, Adams Trucking and Sidney Public Schools, along with Sidney’s businesses, are wor...

 

OCTOBER - YEAR IN REVIEW

AGRI-PLASTICS COMING TO SIDNEY Agri-Plastics if officially coming to Sidney. The Ontario, Canada, based plastics manufacturer will join Lukjan Metal Products LLC at One Greewood Road, a $4.5 million investment. Sidney City Council approved the...

 

NOVEMBER - YEAR IN REVIEW

CITY, MEAN DISPUTE GOING TO STATE SUPREME COURT City of Sidney’s dispute with energy-provider MEAN (Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska) is going to the state supreme court, J. Leef, city attorney, informed the city council on Nov. 24. “This is...

 

DECEMBER - YEAR IN REVIEW

HICKORY SQUARE THE CENTER OF DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS ACTIVITY Downtown Christmas activities kicked into high gear Dec. 2 with activities in Hickory Square and the Post Commanders Home. Sponsored by the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce and City of...

 

SPORTS - YEAR IN REVIEW

2017 was an exciting year for sports in Cheyenne County. Starting in January, these are the regions' top sports stories for the year: POTTER-DIX GIRLS WIN THIRD MAC CROWN The Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes...

 

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