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Articles from the June 12, 2014 edition

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 By Dave Faries    Community    June 12, 2014

Give it a lift

Crew members from Mitchell's Fillbro Construction and R & C Crane Service out of Gering hoist part of WNCC's new housing complex into place on Wednesday....

 
 By Dawn Graves    Community    June 12, 2014

City seeks funding to cover storm water projects

Galen Wittrock of the South Platte Natural Resources District and representative of the Joint East Sidney Watershed Authority was given approval by the city council on Tuesday for his request that the city apply for funding for storm water quality...

 

Matthews, Kershaw marry

Alyssa Matthews and Adam Kershaw were married Oct.19, 2013 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Sidney. Father Art Faessler officiated. The bride is the daughter of Julie and Michael Matthews of...

 

Service Notice - Randy Joe Ross, Sr.

Randy Joe Ross, Sr., 52 of Sidney, passed away Tuesday, June 3, 2014 at the Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff. Memorial services will be held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, June 13th in the Evangelical Free Church with Pastor Doug Birky...

 
 By Dave Faries    Community    June 12, 2014

Ten Questions with John Clanton Sports Director / KDUH-TV, Scottsbluff

For those privileged to have access to KDUH-TV out of Scottsbluff, John Clanton is the face of panhandle high school sports--and has been since 2001. Each evening during the season he travels the...

 
 By Justin Haag    Community    June 12, 2014

Saddle up and ride in the Panhandle

Those looking to ride horses in a scenic area with wide open spaces will be hard-pressed to find better territory than the Panhandle of western Nebraska. Two state parks in Nebraska’s scenic Pine Ridge offer trail rides and riding is allowed on an...

 

The perils of Polly in Potter

The community of Potter and its surprisingly active stage scene has scheduled an early summer melodrama. “How The West Was Dun” will run June 26-28 at the Potter Legion Hall. It tells the story of sweet Polly Wanda Cracker as she tries to save...

 
 By Dave Faries    Sports    June 12, 2014

Juniors sweep Imperial

Jason Hagerman hurls the ball toward the mitt during the first game of Wednesday night's twinbill against Imperial. The Sidney Juniors won both, taking the first game 6-2 and the nightcap...

 

NTA Western Zone Shoot Results

By the numbers, the 2014 NTA Western Zone shoot, held at Sidney Shooting Park, was a sizable affair. After all, 34 trap shooters from Nebraska, 5 shooters from Colorado, and 1 shooter from Wyoming fired at a total of 14,700 registered trap targets...

 
 By Dave Faries    Sports    June 12, 2014

Legion Juniors Baseball

Zack Means gets into position to recieve a throw at first....

 

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