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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...

 

Joyce Recognized By Aviation Association

James Joyce was recently inducted into the Nebraska Aviation Hall of Fame. The recognition took place during the annual Nebraska Aviation Symposium held in Kearney Jan. 25. James E. Joyce was raised o...

 

SRMC, School District Collaborate For Job Shadowing

One of the "hurry up and wait" stages in life is what to do with your life. Is the best career path initiated with a college degree, a certificate program, a doctoral degree or a mentorship that...

 

Mrs. Cheyenne County Organizes Blood Drive

In her drive toward the possible crown of Mrs. Nebraska, Ylani Cole hasn't let an opportunity to represent or serve go by. As Mrs. Cheyenne County, Cole has made nearly 40 appearances since July,...

 

God's Love

I would like to start this article by telling EVERYONE GOD LOVES them, He does not like the way we live sometimes but He does love us. We read John 3:16 and hear about it a lot, “GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD, THAT HE GAVE HIS ONLY SON, THAT WHOEVER...

 

Virginia Smith Charitable Trust Makes Awards

The Trustees of the Virginia Smith Charitable Trust awarded a total of $191,900.00 to a number of local organizations during 2017. They include: Chappell Child Care Center, Creek Valley Preschool, Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries for Sullivan...

 

McDowell Family Donates To Music Program

Gail McDowell recently presented a baritone saxophone to the Sidney Junior High School music program. A baritone saxophone was purchased from Aliens & Strangers Music Store in Sidney for the...

 
 By Don Ogle    Community    February 7, 2018

Treasure Island

Students from Sidney schools participated in the Missoula Children's Theatre production of Treasure Island Saturday, treating a packed house at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center. The play...

 

Looking For The Right Economic Development Fit

Sidney and its community has been dealt a tough card these past months. With Cabela’s changing hands, many people have been left unemployed and the Sidney community searching. Sidney’s Economic Development Department has not stopped working to...

 

Education Meets Art in Weekend Production

Sidney students have spent the week immersed in an area of study hosted by the High Plains Arts Council. It is a tale of pirates and treasure, fun and frolicking. It is an adventure in learning stage...

 

EVERYONE Has a Place

That is the goal of the new program called Unified Raiders at Sidney High School. The new program is to encourage students in every way possible and to help them become better citizens. It is part of...

 

Middle School Claims Top Speller Title

The sweat on the foreheads told of competitive stress. Each call to the front was a chance to move ahead or take your place in the audience. The prize, the goal of every contestant, was the honor of...

 

Pre-School and Pizza

What better way to hold childrens' attention than with one of their favorite foods? For the past six years, local preschool, Wild About Preschool, has been welcomed into the Sidney Pizza Hut for a...

 

Sidney Resident Honored For Care Of Flag

At the southwest portion of Legion Park is a sentinel, a marker of sorts, that stands high above the memories of past wars and their veterans. It is indicative of the weather and symbolic of our...

 

Donation Assists Camp Lookout Renovation

In the mid to late 1800s, the western plains were wild and the men and women who tried to tame them were wilder still. Camp Lookout was established as one of many outposts to help ensure the safety...

 

Job's Daughters International

SIDNEY – Ginny Herboldsheimer was installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters International, Bethel No. 25 on January 7 for the spring 2018 term. Other elected officers installed were Senior...

 

It's Time - Panhandle Master Gardener Training Program To Begin

Spring is still a couple months away, but it’s not too early to talk about gardening, landscapes, turf, trees, shrubs, and other horticulture topics. The 2018 Nebraska Extension Master Gardener training will begin in late January, with weekly...

 

Hickory Square Project Moving Forward

The vision is of a destination location, a draw to downtown that will also benefit other businesses. It will be a permanent venue for concerts and public events. It will be located in an historic... Full story

 

Court Reports

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County District Court on January 9, 2018 before the Honorable Derek Weimer: Jeremy Lohman age 33 formerly of Sidney, NE now of Sterling, CO appeared for arraignment on a charge of Theft, a class IV felony....

 

Are You Ready To Go Fishing?

So, speaking of fishermen, let’s talk about Jonah! God called Jonah to go to that great city of Nineveh to fish for people. You remember the story: God told Jonah to “Go!” and Jonah said, “No!” So, Jonah booked passage on the first boat he...

 

College Program Promotes Developing Small Business

The company changes. It could be new owners, a reduction in staffing or a new management style. The change results in employees deciding to accept the change, move to a new community or possibly...

 

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