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Generational Prom Wraps Up Project

Everyone has a story, and Sidney High School students recently took the time to learn stories from a time well before cell phones and notebook computers. It was a time when a work day started early...

 

Sidney Student Narrowly Misses National Spelling Bee

A few weeks ago, Sidney had a competition generating the sweat and concentration of a chess match, and wrestling. While it did have a physical impact, it was a competition of the mind. It was a...

 

County 4-H Carnival Saturday

The Cheyenne County community is invited to an evening of entertainment, fun and food as the county 4-H groups host their annual spring carnival. Cynthia Gill, Extension Educator and Youth...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    March 21, 2018

Local Students Qualify For State Speech Competition

Potter-Dix and Leyton High Schools won their respective divisions in district speech contests last week, as each local school qualified at least one student for this week's State Speech...

 

Five Generations

Five generations of the Steffens family. From left grandmother Amy Winkler (Scottsbluff) great great grandmother Charlotte Steffens (Sidney) holding 2 month old Haylen Grasmick (Omaha) great...

 

Charlotte Hornets Recognize Sidney Military Hero

The Charlotte Hornets and Bank of America recently honored Maj. Ricky Garvin, US Army, Ret., as this season's sixth recipient of the season-long Yellow Ribbon Program. Maj. Garvin grew up in Sidney,...

 

Kids Korner Preschool

Kids Korner Preschool teacher Callie Schilz points out a forming embryo to student Jaxon Ford while classmate Reed Black looks over his shoulder while candling incubated eggs. Candling involves...

 

Art Guild Show Dedicated To Three Supporters

The public is invited to the 47th Spring Cheyenne County Art Show March 22 through March 24. All are invited to come, meet the artists, and enjoy the show at the opening reception 4 p.m. March 22 at the Cheyenne County Visitor Center. Refreshments...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll Third Quarter

8th Grade Straight “A” Andrew, McKenzie Bashtovoi, Daniel Bruns, Samantha Calvin, Saria Deer. Mitchell Glass, Seth Heckenlively, Wyatt Jones, Karlee Krazter, Kathryn Krishna, Rishi LaSure, Abigail Lichti, Ava Neufeld-Ponce, Elena Perez, Jasmin...

 

Blood Drive Collects 29 Pints

Phelbotemist Danny Mayeux is seen prepping Ylani Cole for donating blood during Monday's blood drive. Cole, Mrs. Cheyenne County competing for Mrs. Nebraska, took her turn at the American Red Cross...

 

Legion Sponsors Americanism Essay Contest

Sidney American Legion Unit #17 is sponsoring this contest for grades 3-12 students in public school or home schooled. The Essay Title for 2018 is “What can I personally do to promote Americanism in my school or community?” Class I (3&4 grade)...

 

Ketteler Honored by Gurley Lions

Gurley Lions Club honored member Trudy Ketteler at its Feb. 27 meeting, awarding her the Melvin Jones Fellowship. The Melvin Jones Fellowship is named for Lions Club Founder Melvin Jones. Ketteler...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    March 2, 2018

Miller Band To Perform In Sidney

One of history's most popular bands will take the stage at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center next Wednesday (March 7, 2018), bringing the unique style developed by musician Glenn Miller...

 

SHS Holds Lockdown Drill

A lockdown drill at Sidney High School last week was realistic enough to cause some concern as word spread through texts and social media, but there was no threat to those in the school and SHS...

 

COURT REPORTS

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County District Court on February 13, 2018 before the Honorable Derek Weimer: Scott Touney, age 34 of Sidney, appeared for arraignment on a charge of Theft, a class IIA felony. Status hearing set for April...

 

Tech Robotics Team

FIRST TECH is more than building robots. FIRST Tech Challenge teams are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format....

 

Legion Sponsors Americanism Essay Contest

Sidney American Legion Unit #17 is sponsoring this contest for grades 3-12 students in public school or home schooled. The Essay Title for 2018 is “What can I personally do to promote Americanism in my school or community?” Class I (3&4 grade)...

 

Cabela's, Bass Pro Shops and The Huge Foundation Scholarships Available

$40,000 In Scholarships To Be Awarded To Four Female High School Students Outdoor retailers Cabela’s and Bass Pro Shops, together with The Harry & Reba Huge Foundation, will be awarding $40,000 in scholarships to four female graduates of Nebraska...

 

SRMC Celebrates Cardiac Rehab Week

Sidney Regional Medical Center (SRMC) and the members of the SRMC Cardiac Rehab Team, this week celebrated AACVPR National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week, Feb. 11-17. Cardiac Rehabilitation Week, initiated by the AACVPR, coincides with both...

 

Sidney Man Experiences First-Hand Cardiac Rehab

Not long ago, a Sidney resident was at work when he began to experience discomfort in his chest. Determined that nothing was wrong, he took some medicine and went home without thinking too much about...

 

What's Love Got To Do With It

M y wife, Andi, and I have 2 sons and 5 grand-children, with Matrix being the oldest at age 15. When he was around 6 or 7, Matrix would sometimes stay over at our house for the night. One Friday morning Matrix and I walked over to our church to get...

 

Students Recognized By School Board

A half dozen Sidney Middle and Senior High School students received recognition by the Sidney School Board Monday in the Monthly Performance Award Program. The Monthly Performance Award acknowledges...

 

Sidney Resident Reaches 107 Years Young

The year was 1911. Transportation was a mixture of horses, buggies and stage coaches and the occasional car. The Civil War and Indian conflicts were recent memory. It was also the year the Johnson...

 

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