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 By Mike Motz    Community    January 19, 2018 

Cheyenne County Community Center Offers More Than Recreation

As you enter the Cheyenne County Community Center and walk up to the front desk to check in, there's a banner overhead that reads, "Dedicated to serving the health, wellness, educational,...

 

City Begins Trimming Alley Trees Monday

City of Sidney Parks Department crews are set to begin trimming right-of-ways throughout the city. Beginning Monday, crews will be working their way across the city to trim back trees and bushes encroaching into alleys. The work is done each year...

 

Creek Valley School Honor Rolls

Second Quarter Principal's Honor Roll 89.5%-94.4% 12th: Logan Ramsey, Michael Smith 11th: Mackenzie Backus, Chaz Bauer, Taya McMillen, Chloe Mitlehner, Cooper Reichman 10th: Jadyn Gerold, Patrick Hans...

 

The End Of The Season

As I sit in my office to write this article, I realize that I have been blessed once more. In 2017 I got to write an article just before Christmas is celebrated in Western churches and now I get to write an article on the day the Christmas season...

 

First 2018 Arrival

Congratulations to the proud parents of little Blake Ahrens, who was the first baby born at Sidney Regional Medical Center for 2018, making his appearance on January 12. The 2018 New Year's Baby was...

 

Celebrating Decades Of Customer Service

There are those places in a community that develop a circular process. They become familiar to their clientele, and the clientele in turn becomes like family, which then attracts more customers. In...

 

Sidney Middle School Honor Roll

Second Quarter Honor Roll 8th Grade Straight "A" Andrew, McKenzie Bashtovoi, Daniel Calvin, Saria Deer. Mitchell Heckenlively, Wyatt Jones, Karlee Kendall, Cora Krazter, Kathryn Krishna, Rishi...

 

University Pheasant Project Has Potential To Further Land Management Research

LINCOLN – A new web-based application from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will allow the state’s wildlife managers to examine how virtually manipulating land cover in a region could affect pheasant populations – and how much such efforts...

 

Farmers Asked To Participate In UNL Custom Rate Survey

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Economics is asking farmers and ranchers for help in compiling its annual report on Nebraska Farm Custom rates. Every year many farmers and ranchers inquire about prevailing rates paid...

 

Extension Offers Land Application Training

Nebraska Extension will offer a workshop Feb. 21 in Scottsbluff providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment. Livestock producers with livestock waste...

 

Down to Business

SRMC Welcomes New Compliance Officer Sidney Regional Medical Center (SRMC) has announced Burke Radcliffe, a longtime Sidney resident, as the new Chief Compliance and Security Officer for SRMC. Radcliffe is new to the healthcare field, having spent...

 

Students Grade High Exploring Culture, Heritage

Everyone has a history, from our family name to our religious beliefs. Some are not so obvious, and others are well-recognized. Several Sidney High School students teamed up for a year-long study...

 

New Year's Resolutions

I recently visited with a friend who is a manager of a health foods market in Grand Island. He spoke of the many people who desired to eat healthy as one of their many New Year’s resolutions. My friend wondered how long this noble intention would...

 

Chamber's Annual Banquet February 10

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce is inviting the community to celebrate in grand style. The Chamber’s annual banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 10, at the Country Inn Suites, 664 Chase....

 

NEST 'Why I Want to Go to College' Writing Contest Announced

Lincoln, Neb. – The 16th annual “Why I Want to Go to College” writing contest, sponsored by the Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office and the Omaha Storm Chasers, is getting underway with entries due March 2, 2018. The writing contest is open to...

 

Our Gift To Give

As I write this, there is a strange quietness in our house. All the Christmas gifts have been opened, the New Year welcomed and family members have returned to their homes and their lives. Yet, there is a sense of warmth that remains from that...

 

'Store' Open To Serve Community Needs

The racks display recent additions of polo shirts, dress shirts, work uniforms and varied sports jerseys. To the right is an assortment of games. The women's section includes a wide variety of...

 

Mobile Lab Bridges EMT Training Gap

One of the mixed blessings of living in a rural community is the medical response. Frequently, the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) responding to a call is a volunteer who has committed at least 150...

 

2017 Year in Review

Here's a small glimpse of 2017. To read the entire "Year in Review" subscribe online or purchase a paper at one of the many local newsstands... Sidney Business Development Strong Melissa Norgard,...

 

Be Prepared: Emergency Procedures Planned To Maintain Safety, Traffic Flow

Thursday's snow ended up without serious problems for street crews or drivers, but the crews and others in charge of the city's snow removal plans were ready anyway. Hank Radtke, city street...

 

Christmas Merriment

Sidney elementary students were out singing to businesses and passersby Wednesday. Students started on Holiday Break Thursday....

 

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