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Articles from the November 29, 2017 edition

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Students Behind The Camera With Sidney High Television Program

What started out as a club experiment five years ago has turned into a popular class that is the envy of programs across the state. It started when Sidney High School teachers Matt McKay and Roger...

 

Ideas to Grow With Western Sustainable Ag Crops & Livestock Conference Dec. 16

"Ideas to Grow With" is the theme for the Annual Western Sustainable Ag Crops and Livestock Conference set for Dec. 16 at Sidney. The conference will cover a diverse set of topics, including good and...

 

New Government Numbers Show Small State Growth

OMAHA, – New and revised government statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) at the Department of Commerce show Nebraska's economy grew in the 2nd quarter of 2017, but that the sta...

 

CCCC Offers One-Stop Local Shopping At Vendor Fair

Home-based businesses and hand-crafted items will be featured at a vendor show held at the Cheyenne County Community Center Dec. 3. Kiersten Richards from CCCC said the vendor fair gives those small businesses a boost from local shoppers, who can...

 

WNCC Hosts Healthcare Career Open House

Western Nebraska Community College Health Professions is hosting an open house for students and parents to discuss healthcare career opportunities. Those attending will be able to visit with faculty...

 

Connie S. Akeson - Obituary

Connie Sue (nee Edwards) Akeson departed this life on November 24, 2017. She is now one of Heaven's newest residents and will spend eternity there with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. A celebration...

 

John Gerald Brummel - Obituary

John Brummel was born in Iowa, and grew up on a family farm in Monroe. His parents, Walter and Alida, had three sons. John was the oldest, followed by Allen and Fred. The family ran a self-sufficient...

 

Local Pool Team Advances To APA Championship

Several local pool players were recently recognized for winning the Summer Session of the American Poolplayers Association's (APA) 8-Ball Pool League. Winning the Tuesday 8-Ball title was "The Dogs"...

 

STRAIGHT TALK: UNL Values Should Reflect The State's

On Thursday Nov. 16 Sen. Brewer (LD43), Sen. Halloran (LD33), and I, Sen. Steve Erdman (LD47), had a two hour meeting with University of Nebraska President, Hank Bounds, and Chancellor Ronnie Green. D...

 

Tax Reform Benefits Ag

The House passage of the tax reform bill is an important milestone, but there is still a lot of work to be done. The Senate is currently considering its version of the bill, and then the two chambers will come together and settle the differences thro...

 

Shopping Local

Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of year. We love visiting with family and friends, sharing a meal and catching up with relatives—some whom we may not have seen since last year. After the plates have been washed and the turkey put away for this wee...

 

Confused About Harassment Charges - Letter to the Editor

I’m really starting to get a little confused about all these sexual harassment charges by females being brought up against men when in fact all male sexual enhancement and stimulating drug advertisements on radio, TV and in magazines are done by...

 

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