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CCECC services for Deuel could cost $110K

Cheyenne County Emergency Communication Center services could cost more than $110,000 for Deuel County, Heidi Gillespie, CCECC director, said. In August, Gillespie reported to the CCECC advisory board Deuel County was considering moving its dispatch...

 

Windy conditions possible today

An upper level disturbance is expected to move through Montana and the northern Plains Tuesday night and Wednesday. The National Weather Service in Cheyenne reports the disturbance will cause strong...

 

Makerspace to be unveiled Dec. 5

Sidney Public Library's MakerSpace will be unveiled Dec. 5 with a Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce "Business After Hours" event. "We'll have drinks and h'ors d'oeuvres," Andrew Sherman, library...

 

St. Patrick's Autumn Festival this Sunday

St. Patrick's Catholic Church holds its annual Autumn Festival this Sunday. "We used to call it the bazaar, and it's happened in this parish for lots and lots of years," Pat Mertz, pastoral minister,...

 

Overland Trails: The Children on the Trail

The public is invited to attend the presentation, “Overland Trails: The Children on the Trail” on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Cheyenne County Visitors Center, 658 Glover Rd in Sidney. The event is sponsored by Cheyenne County Family Community... Full story

 

Armed suspects elude law enforcement

Law enforcement officers from the area searched into Tuesday for a suspect following a chase in which suspects eluded officers near the county line. According to unofficial reports, the Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office and Nebraska State Patrol...

 

2017 Nebraska Passport program shatters records

LINCOLN- This summer, more people than ever before traveled the scenic roads of Nebraska to get stamps in their Nebraska Passport booklet. A record-setting 465 participants submitted Passports with...

 

Nebraska150's mobile children's museum logs nearly 34,000 visitors, claims No. 1 spot on Tourism's Digital Passport Program

The Nebraska150 Celebration’s largest project, “Truckin’ Through Nebraska: A Mobile Children’s Museum,” has closed out its 42-community, 26-week tour of the state - logging close to 34,000 visitors, 6,000 miles and claiming the number one...

 

Peetz moves to second round in playoffs

PEETZ- The Peetz Bulldogs made it through the first stage of 6-man playoffs Saturday, defeating Eads 58-8. "We played very well in our first round," said Peetz coach Scott Sorensen The Saturday...

 

Potter-Dix, Creek Valley advance in D2-12 SubDistrict play

The Creek Valley Lady Storm and Potter-Dix Coyotoes met Tuesday night to decide the winner of the D2-12 volleyball subdistrict tournament Tuesday. The tournament opened with Minatare facing Banner....

 

Potter-Dix ends regular season defeating Morrill

The Potter-Dix Coyotes defeated the Morrill Lions in four sets Thursday, 3-1. Morrill narrowly took the first set 25-22 before Potter-Dix easily won sets two and three 25-11 and 25-13 and the fourth i...

 

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