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Articles from the September 22, 2015 edition

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Oil and gas commission discussed at Legislative hearing in Sidney

Several state senators were in Sidney on Tuesday for a Natural Resources Committee interim hearing. The hearing was part of two studies prompted by Legislative resolutions passed last session. A...

 

Updated designs for proposed new jail released

An initiative to replace Cheyenne's County aging jail took a step forward Monday afternoon as conceptual drawings of what a new facility could look like were presented. Sheriff John Jenson prefaced...

 

City Council set to begin search for new city manager

The City Council will review a requested proposal at Tuesday evening’s meeting to start the process of recruiting a new city manager. If the proposal for using an executive search firm passes, the City of Sidney will request qualified firms to...

 

4-H Clover Kids program ramping up

FOR THE SUN-TELEGRAPH The Cheyenne County 4-H Clover Kids will begin meeting monthly starting in October. Meetings will be held from 4:45-5 p.m. in three locations this year – Potter, Sidney and...

 

Annual grilled cheese challenge welcomes newcomers to community

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce is holding its 18th annual Newcomer’s Social at Sidney High School on Thursday. This will mark the third year of the “Big Cheese Challenge,” a grilled cheese cook off. The event is set for 5:30-7 p.m. thi...

 

Geneva A. Lubash

Geneva A. Lubash, 91, a longtime Sidney resident, passed away Sunday evening, Sept. 20, 2015 in Scottsbluff. Mass services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 24. Wake services will be held at... Full story

 

Lending a helping hand

A silent auction was recently held as a fundraiser for the Poole family of Sidney. A single-vehicle crash in Wyoming last month resulted in the death of 34-year-old Daniel T. Poole. He was survived...

 

Medina sentenced to maximum prison term

FOR THE SUN-TELEGRAPH Theodore D. Medina, age 25 of Sidney, was sentenced Monday to serve the maximum possible term on two counts. On Sept. 8, Medina admitted to violating probation in two cases, according to Cheyenne County attorney Paul Schaub....

 

Community Calendar 09-22-15

Ongoing The Cheyenne County 4-H Clover Kid’s will begin meeting monthly starting in October from 3:45-5 p.m. Meetings will be held in three locations this year – Potter, Sidney and Gurley. The program is for children ages 5 to 7. Participants... Full story

 

Letter To The Editor: If the money goes to the pool, how will our streets get fixed?

Dear Editor: The City Council will be selecting a new city manager soon. I hope they will pick one who will listen to the people and taxpayers of Sidney and stop this wasteful spending and overspending on projects. In 2012, the voters approved a... Full story

 

Panhandle Senior Ladies' Assoc. wrap up season at Gering course

The Panhandle Senior Ladies Golf Association held their final outing of the year recently at Monument Shadows Golf Course in Gering. Taking first place and shooting five birdies was the team of Vickie Nemnich, Claudia Benda, Judie Brighton and...

 

Red Raider golfers win Ogallala crown

OGALLALA – The Sidney Lady Raiders girls' golf team proved to be the best of the pack at the Ogallala Invite Monday at West Wind Golf Club. Besides the top-team prize, the Raiders had three...

 

Criswell earns Div. II medal for Storm

OGALLALA – Led by junior Jaden Criswell, who recovered from a difficult first nine, the Creek Valley Lady Storm golf team put its struggles from Gering of a week ago into a distant memory at West Wind Golf Couse at the Ogallala Invite on Monday....

 

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