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Articles from the September 24, 2016 edition

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New phone scam targets Sidney residents

Local Sidney banks have reported a new scam hitting Sidney residents through text messages. There have also been some reports of cell phone numbers and landlines receiving rude voicemails from the same number. First reports of the scam seemed to be...

 

SPS releases 2015-16 test scores

Sidney Public Schools (SPS) released the scores for the 2015-16 NeSA testing. NeSA stands for Nebraska State Accountability and is the main state test taken by all Nebraska students in grades 3-11. Superintendent Jay Ehler said the subjects students...

 

A good deed goes a long way

"A good deed really does go along way," said Isaiha Ortivez, he and his cousin Nicholas Balandran turned in a wallet they found laying on the sidewalk Wednesday. Balandran said they were playing at...

 

Welcome to Sidney

WHOSOEVER motorcycle group of Sidney gives newcomers a taste of Sidney with their grilled cheese....

 

Doggie Driver

Pete the boxer brushes up on his driving skills on Thursday in his human's pickup....

 

Brad A. Craig - Service Notice

Brad A. Craig, 58 of Sidney, passed away at the University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, CO, Thursday, September 22, 2016. Memorial services will be at 9 a.m., Thursday, September 29th in the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church with Pastor Dave Hall...

 

Michael A. Farella Aviation Electrician 2nd Class

Michael Farella (Mike) had reached the age of twenty-four and since high school had done work in several different fields. He wasn’t sure where he was headed in life. He had worked three years in the electrical field. He called the US Navy recruiti...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    September 24, 2016

Lady Raiders add two wins to recent success

Sidney continued its roll of success in Gering, taking straight-set wins over Kimball and host Gering in triangular action Thursday. The Lady Raiders opened play against Gering, winning 25-10, 25-10,...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    September 24, 2016

Leyton splits volleyball matches

Leyton’s volleyball team has a busy week closing with a 7-6 overall record after four matches. The Lady Warriors competed in two trianulars, opening Tuesday with a two-set win over Garden County 25-17, 25-12, then challenged Bayard through three...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    September 24, 2016

Lady Coyotes boost record to 9-1

Potter-Dix rolled past opponents on the volleyball court this past week, adding three wins to bring their overall season record to 9-1. The Lady Coyotes took down Creek Valley in straight sets,...

 

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