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Articles from the September 15, 2017 edition

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Traffic light stalled 8 months

Traffic lights on the south side of the 13th Avenue and Illinois Street intersection will not be replaced for as many as eight months. The light pole was hit by a truck in August and since then has...

 

Life after Cabela's

Brian Fort was laid off from Cabela's in April, but soon found a new position as senior director of sales for Counter Assault, a Kalispell, Montana based company. "We handle anything from bear spray t...

 

City delivers balanced budget for 2017-18

Sidney City Council Tuesday approved a budget summary for 2017-18. The budget is a balanced one, Ed Sadler, city manager, reported to the council in his presentation. “It’s spending the revenue...

 

Kathryn M. Merscheim - Service Notice

Kathryn M. Merscheim, age 90 of Ft. Pierre, SD and former Potter, NE resident passed away on Saturday, September 9, 2017 in Pierre. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Saturday, September 23rd in the Prairie West Church in Potter with...

 

Mabel C. Hoffman - Obituary

Mabel C. Hoffman, age 88 of Sidney, NE passed away at her home, Friday, September 8, 2017. Cremation has taken place. Private family services will be held at a later date. No formal services are planned at this time. Memorial contributions may be mad...

 

Zenta Bekmanis - Obituary

Zenta Bekmanis, age 93 of Sidney, NE passed away at the Sidney Care and Rehabilitation Center, Sunday, September 10, 2017. Cremation has been held. No local services are planned at this time. Graveside inurnment will be in the Highline Gardens at...

 

Sidney student takes part in teaching teachers

Secondary teachers teach to educate young people, at the simplest definition. However, sometimes teachers need a boost in their teaching approach. That boost is even more important when meeting with...

 

Family tradition strong in Chadron

In 2013, Tanner Wintholz closed his high school athletic career at Sidney High School and accepted the challenges of football and academics at Chadron State College. He graduated from Sidney High...

 

Sidney sweeps home Tri

The Sidney Raiders swept the tri volleyball tournament held in Sidney Tuesday, Sept. 12, defeating Chadron and Bridgeport High Schools. The Red Raiders went three games to defeat Chadron: 21-25,...

 

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