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Articles from the December 6, 2017 edition

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'In God We Trust'

It is such a simple phrase, one that implies faith and looking toward new horizons. It has roots to when development of the nation was a bloody reality. There is an effort to keep society connected...

 

Local Retailers Voice Mixed Reaction To Holiday Season

The sun was shining and the temperatures admittedly well above a late November average. Yet, downtown Sidney businesses had shoppers seeking early season deals. Pat Finney, owner of Ace Hardware,...

 

Sidney Area Households Local Residents Encouraged to Participate in Labor Study

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Departments of Economic Development and Labor urge households in the Sidney, Nebraska area to participate in a study of the employment situation in and around Sidney. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Bureau of Sociological Re...

 

Sidney Man Appointed to Game and Parks Commission

LINCOLN. – A Sidney man is one of two new commissioners appointed to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission by Gov. Pete Ricketts. Doug Zingula of Sidney and Scott Cassels of Omaha have been appointed to represent District 7 (Panhandle) and...

 

Nebraska High Court Rejects Inmate's Post-Conviction Appeal

LINCOLN (AP) — The Nebraska Supreme Court has rejected the post-conviction appeal of a California man serving life in prison for the 2012 fatal shooting of a Sidney man. Jason Custer, formerly of Chico, California, was convicted in 2014 of...

 

Accident Reports

NOV. 27 - Two vehicles collided on Linden Street in Sidney at 7:50 a.m. Frances Tillman, 29, of Sidney, was driving a 2009 Dodge Durango west on Linden Street while a 2008 Hyundai mini-van was parked in the same block. The two vehicles collided when...

 

Tree of Remembrance Set Thursday

Losing a loved one is painful, particularly around the holidays. To help ease that pain, Sidney Regional Medical Center's Home Health Hospice is hosting the Community Tree of Remembrance Ceremony at...

 

Rose Trinklein - Obituary

Rose Marie Robinson Trinklein, 92, left us on 12-3-17 at Good Samaritan Village in Loveland, CO. Rose, and her twin sister, Rita, were born on June 11, 1925 in Oshkosh, NE. After graduation from...

 

Nick Rice - Obituary

Nick Rice, age 79 of Sidney, NE passed away in Sidney, Thursday, November 30, 2017. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Thursday, December 7th in the Gehrig-Stitt Chapel with Pastor Dale...

 

Ardis Miller-Germer - Obituary

Ardis Margery Britton was born November 21, 1921 to Edward Ernest (E.E.) and Sarah Blanch (Ferguson) Britton at her Aunt Nell's 4th Street house in Loveland, Colorado. She went to join God on...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    December 6, 2017

Santa Visits Hickory Square

Santa greets an excited young fan just prior to lighting the Christmas Tree in Hickory Square Saturday....

 

Bell Lumber & Pole Company Loan Forgiven

To make money, it takes money. Likewise, to expand a business it takes an investment, some seed money. A local company was awarded funds to expand and Monday was recognized for fulfilling its...

 

Community Calendar

First 2 wks in December at the Nancy Fawcett Memorial Library in Lodgepole - Christmas Card Signing - For Veterans in Cheyenne WY hospital. Cards & postage provided. … Community Tree of Remembrance Ceremony. December 7, 6:00 p.m. - Legion Park...

 

Bulldogs Sweep Carlile Classic

PEETZ - The Peetz boys basketball team set the bar high from the whistle Friday night. The Bulldogs defeated both opponents in the Carlile Classic basketball tournament Dec. 1-2. "I thought they...

 

Lady Warriors Win 2, Lose 1

The Leyton Warriors are starting the 2017-2018 basketball season with an uphill climb. The boys lost to the Crawford Rams on Saturday, Dec. 2, 52-12, and to Bayard on Friday, Dec. 1, by 68-23. Friday...

 

Peetz Girls Lose Two

PEETZ — The Peetz Lady Bulldogs started the basketball season on the short side of a win last weekend, falling to the Prairie Mustangs and the Caliche Buffaloes in the Carlile Classic basketball...

 

Wrestling Results

Gothenburg 42, Sidney 30 106 Deekun Cerenil (Sidney) over John Stanley (Gothenburg) (Fall 2:46) 120 Jeremy Larson (Gothenburg) over Paul Houser (Sidney) (Fall 3:19) 126 Kaden Vowers (Sidney) over Corb...

 
 By Don Ogle    Sports    December 6, 2017

Raiders Make Good Showing

Sidney's Red Raider boys basketball team is off and running in its new season, and already the Raiders have shown a lot to Coach Austin Lewis. Like last year, the Raiders' opening games were in the We...

 

Lady Raiders Win 2, Lose 1

The Sidney Raiders are starting off the 2017-2018 basketball season 2-1, having defeating Gering 51-36 and Sterling, Co., 37-26 before losing to Mitchell 53-31. Thursday's game against Gering started...

 

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