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Articles from the April 27, 2016 edition

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Sidney, Cabela's partnership may remain, residents hope

The worst fears of Sidney, Nebraska, could soon come to pass if Bass Pro Shops buys Cabela's, the local retailer that employs 2,000 people in the town of 6,800. Bass Pro is one step closer to...

 

Safety first!

With the summer break a few short months away, the Sidney Police Department partnered with the First United Methodist Church to sponsor a bike rodeo last Saturday at Legion Park, giving children an...

 

Council passes city pay grid change in split vote

It was a split vote Tuesday evening as the Sidney City Council approved 4-1 to modify the pay grid for city employees to reflect changes to minimum wage and keep the city comparable to surrounding...

 

Nelson Edward "Ed" Williams

Nelson Edward "Ed" Williams passed September 10, 2015, in Surprise, Ariz. He was born and raised in Sturgis, S.D. to Richard B. and Ruth (Kingsbury) Williams. Ed graduated from Sturgis HS in 1955....

 

Gordon Glassburn

Gordon Dale Glassburn, 93, of Rapid City, S.D., passed away Monday, April 25, 2016, at the Custer Regional Senior Care in Custer, S.D. Gordon was born July 7, 1922 on a farm south of Sunol to Hubert and Maude Glassburn. Six children blessed their...

 

Gurley alumni donate appliances

The Gurley High School was established in 1923, with the first class of three girls receiving their diplomas of achievement in 1927. Graduation ceremonies had been held each year since that time. In 1971, the two neighboring schools of Gurley and...

 

High Plains Ranch Practicum now taking applications for 2016 class

A national award-winning livestock extension program is being offered for 2016 in the Nebraska Panhandle and southeast Wyoming, beginning in late June and concluding in November. The High Plains Ranch Practicum School is an in-depth ranch management...

 

Community Calendar 04-27-16

Upcoming Western Nebraska Community College Theatre presents Stop Kiss by Diana Son Apr 29 - May 1 at the WNCC Little Theatre on the Scottsbluff Campus. Stop Kiss plays Apr 29 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. and on May 1 at 2 p.m. in the WNCC Little Theatre. Tic...

 

Can you make your investments less 'taxing'?

Tax Freedom Day, which typically occurs in late April, according to the Tax Foundation, is the day when the nation as a whole has earned enough money to pay off its total tax bill for the year. So you may want to use this opportunity to determine if...

 

Three selected from Gurley for Cornhusker Girls' State

Three Gurley girls will represent Weyerts American Legion Auxiliary at Cornhusker Girls’ State in Lincoln this June. All are juniors at Leyton High School. Hope Dykman, daughter of Wayne and Kim Dykman participates in volleyball and track, is...

 

Hutchinson, Agin selected for Cornhusker Boys' State

The American Legion Post No. 17 is pleased to announce that Zachary Hutchinson of Potter, and Jakob Agin of Sidney, were generously sponsored by The American Legion Post No. 17 and will join nearly 400 other high school juniors from across Nebraska...

 

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