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 By Don Ogle    Community    May 16, 2018

Leyton Graduation a Family Affair

Family was the theme of Leyton High School's graduation Saturday, as speakers continually referred to class members not only as classmates, but members of a "family." With 11 graduates, class members...

 

14 Seniors Complete Creek Valley Requirements

The best way to succeed in life is to draw your own map, and follow it. Creek Valley School District Superintendent Ron Howard encouraged students not to expect a specific formula to make their way...

 
 By Mike Motz    Community    May 16, 2018

Peetz Graduates Twelve Seniors on Mother's Day

Peetz High School held its 2018 graduation ceremony Sunday afternoon, with 12 seniors receiving their diplomas as they head out and start the next chapter of their lives. It was a cool and overcast Mo...

 

Dental Day Openings Remain

Panhandle Public Health has announced openings are still available for Dental Days, which provides dental care for children without dental insurance. The deadline for pre screenings has expired but there are still openings. Please let me know if you...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    May 9, 2018

Torch Run Draws Strength From Local Participants

Local law enforcement personnel are once again gearing up to support Special Olympics with its annual Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torn Run. Each year, the Special Olympics benefits from proceeds...

 

SHS Eve Of Excellence Tonight

Sidney High School’s “Evening of Excellence” will be held tonight. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. with refreshments in the Sidney High School commons area followed by the presentation of awards at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    May 9, 2018

Law Ride Celebrates 10 Years

Hundreds of riders will stream toward the middle of Nebraska this weekend, participating in the 10th Annual Law Enforcement Ride. From both ends of the state they’ll travel, meeting in Grand Island...

 

Bass Pro Continues Cabela's Community Support

The Sidney School District Career Pathways and technology programs are being supported by a donation from Bass Pro and Cabela's. Bass Pro Chief Financial Officer Ralf Castner and Bass Pro Human...

 

Offutt Brass

The Offutt Brass performed at Sidney High School Saturday, with a variety of music from marches to musicals. Senior Airman Nathan Owen (left) was featured on the French Horn in this...

 

Event Supports Local Youth Program

Nearly 350 people turned out in support of the Sidney Shooting Park Saturday evening. The annual banquet of Rocky Mountain Oysters or breaded chicken and all of the fixings was held at the Cheyenne...

 

WNCC Nursing Students

A group of WNCC nursing students spoke to Sidney Elementary students recently on the importance of hygiene. In particular, students learned how proper hand washing can prevent the spread of germs....

 

Prom Royalty

Sidney High School held its 2018 Prom on April 21. Pictured from left to right are the Prom royalty: Jon Smith, Bret Jaggers, King - Grant Hausmann, Queen - Charlie Brockhaus, Emily Secrest, and...

 

Leyton FFA Bestows Awards, Installs Officers

Leyton's FFA Banquet was held on Friday, April 27th at 6:00 p.m. After the opening ceremonies by the Leyton FFA Officers, President, Paige Ernest, welcomed the guests. Vice President, D.J. George,...

 

Steele, Hutchinson to attend Cornhusker Boys' State

Michael Steele and Josh Hutchinson, students at Potter-Dix High School, will be attending Cornhusker Boys' State in June. Michael Steele, son of Daryl and Kerry Steele of Dix, has been very involved...

 

Piano Recital

Three Sidney students will be among performers at a spring recital featuring selected students of Patricia Randolph this Sunday May 6 at 3:30 p.m. at the Kimball Baptist Fellowship Church located at Sixth and Oak Street. Bailey Bagnell, Jordyn Cook...

 

Community Shows Red Hot Support at Fireman's Ball

The festivities were lively and the food was tasty as friends and supporters of the Sidney Volunteer Fire Department came together for the annual Fireman's Ball Friday. The Fireman's Ball is a fundrai...

 

Velasco Earns Nebraska Press Recognition

LINCOLN - Jennifer Velasco, Design Editor and Ad Designer for the Sun-Telegraph, was awarded second place in one of the design categories at the Nebraska Press Association annual awards last weekend....

 

Kids Out Enjoying the Warmer Weather

Weather has allowed more time in the park lately. Pictured from left are Maci Buttle, Raelee Smith, Jelena Miller, Derek Franzen and Ayah Miller at Legion Park recently....

 

State 4-H Recognizes Sidney Club

Lincoln, NE – The Bunker Hillbillies 4-H Club is being congratulated this month as the Nebraska 4-H Club of the Month for April 2018. This club from Sidney has truly made a difference in its...

 

WNCC Recognizes Outstanding Students

Graduating from school or leaving a community isn't easy, but it does have opportunities. Thursday afternoon, Todd Holcomb, president of the Western Nebraska Community College Sidney campus, shared a...

 

Sidney Tree Board Set To Give Away Trees

The Sidney Tree Board will celebrate Arbor Day with its annual tree give-away Saturday, April 28th at the Lodgepole Valley Youth Camp. This year marks the 32nd year Sidney has been recognized as a Tree City USA community by the National Arbor Day...

 

Creek Valley FFA

Creek Valley FFA held its annual banquet on April 19th in the high school gym. Award winners were recognized, along with the naming of the 2018-2019 Officers. Creek Valley officers for the 2018-19...

 

Creek Valley Shrine Band

Creek Valley High School had three students selected for the All State Masonic Band to be held at UNK from May 29-June 2. They are, from left, Grace Greenwood, Cooper Reichman, and Jessica Bellows....

 

Dance Club Holds Supper and Dance

The Oregon Trail Dance Club will have a Spaghetti Supper and a dance Friday, April 27. Supper will be from 5-6:30 p.m. with a mainstream dance at 7:00. Public is invited to come to the supper and watch dancing afterward. Tickets do not need to be...

 

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