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Articles from the September 2, 2014 edition

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Locals enjoy fun-filled Old Settlers' Days

Competitors get dirty during the mud volleyball tournament at Lodgepole's Old Settlers' Days in Kasten's Field on Sunday.... Full story


Locals enjoy fun-filled Old Settlers' Days

Derek Smart of Atwood, Colo., charges forward on his Oliver 88 at the tractor pull event during Lodgepole's Old Settlers' Days on Sunday.... Full story


New preschool set to open at local church

Grace Gardens preschool, located at Sidney's First United Methodist Church will be holding its first class on Wednesday, Sept. 3. Open to kids 4 and 5 years old, the preschool intends to provide a...


Miss Potter crowned

Donica Enevoldsen, daughter of Hal and Lynn Enevoldsen, was crowned Miss Potter on Thursday night at the American Legion Hall in Potter. Her attendants were Regyn Hicks, daughter of Brad and Robyn... Full story


Three Cheyenne County businesses fail compliance checks

The Nebraska State Patrol conducted checks of underage tobacco compliance as part of the Tobacco Free in the Panhandles comprehensive plan to keep youth from starting to use tobacco products. Officers – with the assistance of youth under the age of... Full story


Ruth E. Nienhueser

Ruth E. Nienhueser, 88 of Sidney, passed away Aug. 30, 2014 at the Sidney Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m., Wed., Sept. 3rd in the St. Paul's Lutheran Church in... Full story


Irene J. Nelson

Irene J. Nelson, 87 of Bushnell, died at Kimball Health Services on Wed., Aug. 27, 2014.   Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. on Tues., Sept. 2, 2014 at Trinity United Methodist Church in... Full story


Community Calendar 09-02-14

Ongoing Ladies Chamber Farmers Market at Hickory Square every Saturday during summer (through Sept.) from 8 to 11 a.m. Any Vendors with produce or crafts are welcome! Contact Margaret Lienemann at 254-7343 for info. Wednesday, Sept. 3 Lifetree Café... Full story


Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Here recently, the code enforcement officer made a visit to my home about allegedly a dog chasing after the cats in the neighborhood. After a brief introduction, I asked the code enforcement officer why is it cats can roam wherever they... Full story


Physical Therapy Today: The role of physical therapy in women's health

Ever since the #1 New York Times bestseller entitled “Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus” by John Gray was published, more and more people have asked the question “What makes men and women so different?” Gray’s use of analogies and...


KHS-Potter Clinic set to open

A family health provider says she’s anxious to help launch a new medical clinic in the town where she spent a lot of time growing up. Kimberly Hafeman, PA-C, a physician assistant and former urgent care provider in Scottsbluff, will be the primary... Full story

 By Will Korn    Sports    September 2, 2014

Sidney thrashes Chadron 48-0 in opener

Senior quarterback Lane Harvey threw for two touchdowns, while Chance Anglin piled up 70 rushing yards, a touchdown and also intercepted a pass, as the Sidney Red Raiders walloped the Chadron Cardinal...

 By Will Korn    Sports    September 2, 2014

Sidney girls' golf places third in conference tourney

The Sidney High School girl's golf team once again performed well on its home course Friday morning at the conference tournament. Just as they did on last Tuesday, the Red Raiders placed third out of...


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