The Sidney Sun-Telegraph - Serving proudly since 1873 as the beautiful Nebraska Panhandle's first newspaper

News

Sorted by date  Results 26 - 50 of 1620

Page Up



1:1 Chromebook Program Starts This School Year

A more flexible education and homework approach will be implemented in the Sidney Public Schools this year. Consider if a teacher could assign a research project with a list of specific sources,...

 

Corn Board to Meet in Brule

LINCOLN - The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meeting Wednesday, August 15 and Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Bayside located at 865 Lakeview West Rd, Brule, Nebraska. The Board will conduct...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    August 1, 2018

Ballots Sent to Sidney Homes

By now, Sidney's registered voters have received a large, white envelope from the Cheyenne County Clerk's office containing a mail-in ballot. The question posed to voters is a small change to the city...

 

Kiwanis Award Scholarships to Kilmurray, Cortney

Cassandra Kilmurray and Braydon Cortney are the recipients of the 2018 Sidney Kiwanis Youth Scholarship. Kilmurray is a 2018 graduate of Sidney High School. She graduated 13th in her class with a 4.0...

 

Sidney Loses Public Servant, Community Volunteer

We can call it a 10-76 as it is his end of watch. Even though the call is primarily for road officers, and his sense of duty wasn't limited to the badge. The community can clearly say there are some...

 

Commercial Resins Returns to Sidney

A pipe and rebar coating company is returning to Sidney after a two-year absence. Commercial Resins, with a facility also in Henderson, Colo., had a location in Sidney from 2005 to 2016. The Sidney fa...

 

Sidney Airport Records Increase in Business

While business is changing in the Sidney and Cheyenne Communities, the Sidney Municipal Airport continues to show positive numbers. Ron Meyer, chairman of the airport committee, spoke before the...

 

Local Fire Depts. Awarded Grants

LINCOLN — Two Cheyenne County Volunteer Fire Departments are recipients of grant funds from the Nebraska Forest Service (NFS). The Forest Service (NFS) announced Sidney Volunteer Fire Department and Potter Volunteer Fire Department are among...

 

Plant Specimen Collection Donated By Former Student

CHADRON – The seed of an idea planted more than 40 years ago came to fruition July 13 when Larry Young donated his plant collection of more than 1,000 specimens to the High Plains Herbarium at Chadron State College. Herbarium Director Steve Rolfsme...

 

School Board Meets for Work Session

The Sidney School District Board of Education met Thursday, July 19, for a Work Session. Much of the meeting involved the Advanced Education visit and setting goals for the District. Nebraska public...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    July 25, 2018

Monument Expansion

Robert "Sparky England and Kobe Peterson direct the flow of concrete into forms at the War Memorial in Legion Park. Sidney's VFW asked the local crew to add a wall at the Memorial to make room for...

 

Former Cabela's Employees Keep Daisies & Dragons Open

Eric and Nicole Bertrand are unapologetically small town. They grew up in Kearney, staying there until they felt the town was becoming too big for their taste. They saw an offer to work at Cabela's...

 

Campa, Zamora Held in Logan County, Colo., Following Arrest

Maria Victoria Campa, 37, and Carlos Zamora, Jr., 41, are being held in Logan County Jail, Sterling, Colo., following her arrest on July 18. The pair, were arrested, along with two juveniles, on U.S....

 

Poll: Internet Helping Rural Nebraskans Save, Earn Money

LINCOLN – Many rural Nebraskans are saving money and generating income by using the internet, according to the 2018 Nebraska Rural Poll. Six in 10 rural Nebraskans surveyed are using the internet...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    July 20, 2018

California Earthquake Nets Long Time Nebraska Farmers

In April 1906, the ground shook like never before in the San Francisco area when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake devistated northern California, affecting thousands. Not many realize it, but that earthquak...

 

Concert, Derby Highlight Weekend at the Fair

The Cheyenne County Fair continues tonight and Saturday. Highlights of the weekend include tonight's concert with the McKenzie JaLynn Band opening for Rodney Atkins. The McKenzie JaLynn Band takes...

 

Ride Across America: Cyclist Crossing U.S. in support of Homeless Veterans

He might look like a homeless man, and you'd be right, but he's not without riches of a certain definition, or a reason to get up in the morning. Monday morning, a bicyclist approached Sidney with...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    July 20, 2018

Sidney Child Found Safe With Amber Alert

Sheriff’s deputies in Logan County, Colo. found the subjects of an Amber Alert Wednesday evening, safely recovering a six-week old infant taken from Sidney. Sidney Police Department issued the...

 

Lodgepole Family Escapes House Fire

Saturday night into Sunday morning should have been a quiet period in Lodgepole. It was interrupted by a fire at the home of Teri and Dusty Payton, a fire that consumed an RV, their home and nearly...

 

Local Job's Daughters Excel at State

Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 of Sidney competed in their annual state competition "Dream Big, Sparkle More, Shine Bright" Grand Session in Lincoln in June. Young ladies from the Sidney ar...

 

Commissioners Hold Property Valuation Hearings

Monday’s meeting of the Cheyenne County Commissioners was dominated by the board meeting as the Board of Equalization.As the Board of Equalization, the commissioners held Property Valuation Protest...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    July 18, 2018

Kansas Man Walks For Awareness

Each year a number of people walk, bike or stop going through Sidney on a trek near to their hearts. But just after the Fourth of July, one man came through on a walk across the U.S. he's taking the...

 

'Changing of the Guard' in Sidney Code Enforcement

A little more than 17 years ago, a police officer was directed with enforcing the Sidney City codes. In addition to the duties associated with being a police officer, there was citing residents for...

 

The American Red Cross Is Seeking A Team Of Volunteers To Hold Blood Drives In The Sidney Area

The Red Cross movement is truly something special; millions of people have benefited from the labors of our volunteers. Throughout the Red Cross; volunteers contribute in countless ways, including serving on boards, providing counseling to military...

 

Agri-Plastics Continues Expansion

In October 2017, Ontario, Canada-based Agri-Plastics announced it was investing $4.5 million in a new operation in Sidney. The new facility would be housed in 159,000 square feet of the building...

 

Page Down

Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2018