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Articles from the June 5, 2015 edition

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Serenity Café opens Monday

Local residents can again enjoy a coffee and a casual atmosphere at 10th Avenue and Jackson Street in Sidney. Formerly known as the Coffee and Book Corner and then the Blue Rooster Bakery and Café, S...

 
 By Ryan Hermens    Community    June 5, 2015

Lodgepole duo arrested on drug charges

The case against a Lodgepole woman arrested in May on charges of cultivating and possessing marijuana and mushrooms was bound over to the Cheyenne County District Court this week. Mylissa Pennington appeared before County Court Judge Randin Roland...

 
 By Ryan Hermens    Community    June 5, 2015

Sidney Public Schools to host special ed meeting

Parents and guardians of home-schooled students with disabilities who live within Sidney Public School District boundaries are invited to attend a meeting next week to discuss special education services. The meeting will take place on Monday, June 8...

 

Across The Fence: Charley Nebo, a cowboy just passin' through

The original of the Charley Nebo photograph belongs to historian Robert G. McCubbin and in a handwritten script across the top is titled: "The Genuine Cowboy Captured Alive." Charley Nebo is the...

 

Service Notice: Patricia Klem

Patricia A. Klem, age 63 of Denver, and former Sidney resident, passed away in Denver, Monday, June 1, 2015. A Memorial Mass will be at 10 a.m.., Tuesday, June 9th in the St. Patrick’s Catholic Church with Father Jim Heithoff officiating. No... Full story

 

Community Calendar 06-05-15

Saturday, June 6 The second annual Leyton Warrior Challenge will be held Saturday, June 6 beginning at 8 a.m. at Leyton High School in Dalton. Proceeds will be used for the resurfacing of the Leyton Elemenatry/Junior High playground. There will be an... Full story

 
 By Doug Birky    Community    June 5, 2015

It's a matter of pride

It’s been said that pride can be something you feel when your children earn $143 from their garage sale – until you realize that your car is missing. That is when parental pride turns into panic. Nevertheless, most parents still have numerous... Full story

 

Good Old Days 06-05-15

50 YEARS AGO June 7, 1965 'Northeast Area Scene Of Ambitious Venture Seeking New Reserves' Five wildcat oil drilling locations in northeastern Cheyenne County were approved Monday by the Nebraska Oil... Full story

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    June 5, 2015

Local soccer league provides chance to compete for all ages

While the Sidney Soccer League provides an opportunity to get one's competitive juices flowing, there are a lot of reasons local fans of the ancient sport love to get out and play. With a mixture of y...

 
 By Stephen McKay    Sports    June 5, 2015

Local athletes taking part in All-Star games

Beginning tonight, there are three major high-school all-star sports events on tap for this weekend involving several area athletes. Each event selects outstanding 2015 graduates of Nebraska high schools to participate. First up is the Mid-Plains...

 

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