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Articles from the August 5, 2014 edition

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Making progress

Workers have now poured the west section of street between Newton and Linden St. on 10th Ave. Traffic is rerouted onto 13th Ave. while this main thoroughfare is replaced.... Full story


County to issue $32M in bonds on SRMC's behalf

Cheyenne County will issue $32 million in conduit bonds on behalf of Sidney Regional Medical Center in order to fund its new building project. The public hearing in this matter, held on Monday, was moved from the commissioner meeting room to the...


County unsure about accepting road fees

After dealing with angry neighbors and dust problems due to the high traffic near gravel pits within the city’s zone of influence, Sidney began charging a road fee to area operators. So far, the city has charged Croell Redi Mix, the company which...


Welcoming Arrivals - Natalie Elaine Meyer

Katie and Jeff Meyer of Lincoln are the proud parents of a baby girl. Natalie Elaine Meyer was born in Lincoln on June 21st, weighing 7 pounds, 2 ounces, and measuring 21 inches. Grandparents are... Full story


Check presentation

From left, Dave Collins from KSID Radio, representing the businesses which participate in Dress Down Days each month, and Margaret Lienemann of the Ladies Chamber, present a check for $920.69 to... Full story


Community Calendar 08-05-14

Ongoing Ladies Chamber Farmers Market at Hickory Square every Saturday during summer (through Sept.) from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Any vendors with produce or crafts are welcome! Contact Margaret Lienemann at 254-7343 for info. The Sidney Public Library... Full story


Letter to the Editor: Location accuracy on cell lines

Dear Editor, As most of us realize, cell phone use has now replaced about one third of all land-lines that were in use in America just a few years ago. When 911 is called from a land-line, the exact location where that call is made from is known... Full story


Physical Therapy Today: Backpack safety - 6 steps to backpack safety for kid

As children head back to school in September, a disturbing new trend is emerging. Young children are suffering from back pain much sooner than generations before them. A major contributing factor seems to be a heavy backpack. Most parents (and childr...

 By Will Korn    Sports    August 5, 2014

Men's Softball Tournament - First Round

Jordan Namuth of Rod's Welding sees a pitch he likes in his team's first round game against Points West/Shirt Tales Monday night at the Community Center Fields. Points West/Shirt Tales to the Loser's... Full story


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