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Articles from the August 7, 2014 edition

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Rodeo queen rides her way to a win

For McKenzie Hixon, being the 2014 Cheyenne County Fair and Rodeo Queen has been quite a ride. Thankfully, she is no stranger to the commotion. As last year's Lady-In-Waiting to 2013 Rodeo Queen...

 

The Happening is happening next week

Jobs are abundant in Sidney. The Cheyenne County Community of Employers is attempting to help area businesses in search of employees with its new event, The Happening, a career fair as well as a way to promote area businesses and clubs. The...

 

Sun-Telegraph wins 6 AP awards

The Sidney Sun-Telegraph received six awards for writing and photography in the 2014 APME Great Plains competition, held by the Associated Press. In the division for small dailies former sports writer Stephen McKay won third place awards for his... Full story

 

Service Notice: Brayten Lee Wheelock

Brayten Lee Wheelock, infant son of Katilia Wheelock, passed away at the Sidney Regional Medical Center Monday, August 4, 2014. Graveside services will be 10 a.m., Saturday, August 9th in the Potter Cemetery with Pastor Pete Morgan officiating.... Full story

 

Community Calendar 08-07-14

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: Table of Grace Mobile Food Pantry

Dear Editor, The Table of Grace Mobile Food Pantry is again gathering school supplies to distribute to area families with back to school needs. 2014 marks the fifth year the pantry has distributed school supplies. The process with which we gather and... Full story

 

Tales of a coffee-holic: Unwavering support?

People are dying in the middle east. It’s news, but sadly, it’s not surprising. Our views on world events are shaped by our experiences. Because of that, I’m sure mine are different than yours. I am very far removed from the second world war....

 
 By Will Korn    Sports    August 7, 2014

Talking Sports: The Paul George Injury and Future NBA/IOC Relations

By now almost everyone everywhere has heard about the toe-curling injury Indiana Pacers forward Paul George suffered last week at a USA basketball exhibition in Las Vegas. In the aftermath of Paul snapping the tibia and fibula in his right leg, much...

 

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