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Articles from the June 28, 2016 edition

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GIDDY UP!

Three-year-old Ian Mills was all smiles while riding his horse in Legion Park over the weekend....

 

Cool Kids Club teaches kids to start their own business, to collaborate

Cool Kids Club (CKC) students learn appreciation for entrepreneurship with the EntrepreneurShip Investigation program(ESI). This is the second year CKC has had the ESI program, said teacher Amy McMannis, students collaborate ideas in groups of two,...

 

Wheat Belt Power opens new facility to community

Hundreds of members of Weat Belt Public Power District were on hand for the open house and customer appreciation day last Friday afternoon. Brilliant sunshine greeted the throng on hand to witness a...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    June 28, 2016

Sidney council to consider moving ahead with JESWA

Looking to move forward on protecting areas affected by a large drainage area on Sidney’s east side, the Sidney City Council will consider tonight action to give the go ahead to the Joint East Sidney Watershed Authority (JESWA) for design...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    June 28, 2016

Sidney captures title

Since the season opener, Sidney Junior baseball coach Ray Witt has said he really wasn't counting his Juniors' record against Legion Senior teams. With only two Senior-age players showing up for...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    June 28, 2016

Kruze missle

Jonathan Kruse from the Sidney Stingrays swim team digs deep during the boys 9-10 50-yard Freestyle at the Sidney Aquatic Center. Saturday's meet was the first held at the new pool and was attended...

 

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