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Dudes Celebrates 65 Years Of Familiar Faces

On the west edge of Sidney is a brick building with two shared identities, three really inside one location. It is a place where comfort food is redundant because the family is introducing the newest...

 

Chamber Christmas Dollars are here

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce urges residents to shop Sidney and save through the Chamber Christmas Dollars program. With Christmas Dollars, Chamber officials say a generous Christmas doesn’t have to depend on high-rate credit cards for h...

 

City of Sidney Holiday Schedule

The City of Sidney will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24, in observance of Thanksgiving. All city departments will be closed, including the Landfill and the Library. The Dial-a-ride Bus and Stage Line Bus will not be...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    November 17, 2017 

Traveling to the New World

With Thanksgiving approaching, Sidney first graders learned about the Mayflower Wednesday, finding out what the pilgrims ate, took with them, and how they traveled to the new world. They also put...

 

Thank Jesus

The Gospel of Luke records this familiar account during the ministry of Christ on earth: “As Jesus was going into a village, ten men who had leprosy met him. They stood at a distance and called out in a loud voice, “Jesus, Master, have pity on...

 

School Board Recognizes Top Students

The Sidney School Board recognized six students at Monday's board meeting, giving them kudos for their efforts in the classroom and activities. The Monthly Performance Award acknowledges other...

 

Outreach program teaches dental health

People are often referred to as having an infectious smile, or for their "pearly whites." The phrases are references to the appearances and apparent health of a person's teeth. On Nov. 14-15,...

 

Adventure With A Purpose

They walk along the highway, waving at passing cars, visiting about life, and learning about themselves and the country. Amanda Autry and Kolton Rackham left Tybee Island in Georgia May 1 with two...

 

Milo Harvest

Farmers across the county continue to harvest crops after getting off to a slow start. This farmer combines milo in near perfect harvest weather east of Sidney Monday....

 

Library Donation

Central Elementary School kindergartners test-drove new chairs and books at the school library recently. The new chairs and books were purchased with proceeds from two community efforts supporting...

 

Remembering our veterans

The flags were solemnly paraded to their rightful positions. School officials, veterans, guests and students stood in respect as the service Friday, Nov. 10, honoring military veterans commenced at Sidney Middle School. “The more we understand...

 

Night at the Races Coming

Cheyenne County Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting its annual Night at the Races event on Nov. 18 at the Sidney Elks Club. The Chamber fundraiser event is "a fun time for the community to get...

 

Short story contest honors Aldrich and exceptional writing

To honor Nebraska author Bess Streeter Aldrich and recognize outstanding writing, the Bess Streeter Aldrich Foundation announces its 2018 Short Story Contest. Authors are encouraged to generate a fictional short story that is written in the wholesome...

 

Union Pacific Military Locomotive - No. 1943 The Spirit

This Saturday, Nov. 11, Union Pacific's military locomotive - No. 1943 The Spirit - will pass through Sidney. The locomotive was unveiled in October and is making its way to Cheyenne, Wyoming, for an...

 

VETERANS DAY

VETERANS DAY ON TAP A number of programs are on tap to celebrate Veterans Day this year to honor those who served in the U.S. Armed forces. On Friday, Sidney Regional Medical Center and Sidney Public...

 

VETERAN'S DAY

VETERAN'S DAY ON TAP A number of programs are on tap to celebrate Veteran's Day this year to honor those who served in the U.S. Armed forces. On Friday, Sidney Regional Medical Center and Sidney Publi...

 

EMT Balandran honored for 20 years of service

Tony Balandran of Sidney was honored by Regional West Health Services for his 20 years of service as an emergency medical technician. Balandran described the recognition as "wonderful" and "rewarding....

 

CAPWN launches holiday food, coat drive

Community Action Partners of Western Nebraska in Sidney has launched a food drive and coat drive leading up to the holidays. The non-profit helps people from Cheyenne, Kimball and Deuel counties, and...

 

Community Calendar

Veterans Day Program • November 10, 2017 • Potter-Dix High School Gym 10:00 AM • Guest Speaker: Pastor Pete Morgan of the Christian Life Center • Free Bean Feed following program. Given by the American Legion Post 291 … Annual Bean Feed - V...

 

VETERANS DAY

VETERANS DAY ON TAP A number of programs are on tap to celebrate Veterans Day this year to honor those who served in the U.S. Armed forces. On Friday, Sidney Regional Medical Center and Sidney Public...

 

Shop With a Cop taking donations

Shop With a Cop is now taking donations. "It's a program where the cops get together and we help children with families who might be having a hard time getting some Christmas gifts together," SPD Offi...

 

Veterans Day Program coming next week

Sidney Regional Medical Center is hosting a Veterans Day Program at Sidney Middle School on Nov. 10. The yearly event honors the community's veterans, Randi Norton, with SRMC marketing department,...

 

Serving Meals Fundraiser

Mrs. Cheyenne County Ylani Cole, left, Jeremy Lee and Mike Schmidt, both with Black Hills Energy, take a break from serving meals at a fundraiser held Saturday at Cheyenne County Fairgrounds to...

 

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,...

 

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