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Leyton Athlete Returns Home After Serious Injury

Defying the norm, Dalton teenager Drew Haley returned home Tuesday, just 18 days following an injury that resulted in a partial leg amputation. Haley, a junior at Leyton High School, was injured in...

Quad/Graphics Announces Intended Layoffs In Sidney

From the second such action in as many years, a large group of graphics professionals are uncertain of their future following a Wednesday afternoon announcement that Quad/Graphics would be closing... Full story

Sidney Woman Dies In Custody - NSP Investigating

SCOTTSBLUFF — Investigators with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) are investigating the death of a female inmate in Garden County. At approximately 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, September 18, investigators were notified that an inmate, Candy C. Flood, 37,...

Event Promotes Suicide Awareness

Researchers haven't found a specific reason for suicide, but there is a list of likely triggers that leads to it. The one common factor is the isolation frequently felt by the deceased before the...

Nebraska Arts Council Awards HPAC $5,000 Grant

SIDNEY — The High Plains Arts Council (HPAC) recently announced it has been awarded a $5,096 grant from the Nebraska Arts Council to support the 2018-2019 season. “The High Plains Arts Council contributes a great deal to advancement of the arts...

Sidney Police Kept Busy On Weekend

Sidney police were extra busy last weekend as thieves worked overtime at the I-80 interchange. Police Chief Joe Aikens reports the crazy weekend began Friday with a rash of shoplifting reports from...

Growcery Ribbon Cutting

The Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors welcomes The Growcery to the business community. Owner Jeanne Ogden cuts the ribbon during Tuesday's ceremony. The business offers fresh vegetables...

Voter Registration Day

LINCOLN – Secretary of State John Gale is joining other members of the National Association of Secretaries of State to promote Tuesday, September 25, as National Voter Registration Day by issuing...

Patricia R. "Patsy" Colling - Service Notice

Patricia R. “Patsy” Colling, age 59 of Ogallala, NE and former Sidney resident, passed away in Ogallala, Tuesday, September 18, 2018. Memorial services will be held at 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, September 25th in the United Church of the Plains,...

Glenda L. Schilling - Obituary

Glenda L. Schilling of Sidney, NE passed away Friday, September 14, 2018 peacefully at her home. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 A.M. Saturday, September 22nd in the First Christian Church in...

Whatley Named Community Center Sports Director

Whitney Whatley has been named the new Sports Director for the Cheyenne County Community Center in Sidney. Whatley has been with the Community Center since the leaving Cabela’s where she worked as...

Raiders Look to Get Back on Track

Sidney's Red Raider football team was handed their first loss of the season by the Cozad Haymakers, falling 14-to-7 in a game Sidney head coach Koozer believes was an aberration, and not an indicator...

Sidney, Creek Valley Golf Compete at Ogallala

Sidney’s Lady Raider golf team placed 7th and Creek Valley’s Lady Storm placed 15th out of 18 teams at the Ogallala Invitational at West Wind Golf Course on Tuesday. Sidney senior Tara Ginther...

Regional High School Volleyball Results

Peetz’s Lady Bulldog volleyball team traveled to Joes, Colo. to take on the Stratton/Liberty Lady Knighted Eagles on Saturday. Peetz was searching for their first win of the season, and came up...

Giving to Children in Need

There are places in the world, including the U.S., where being blessed is to have your needs met. For a child to receive a Christmas gift in some of these homes is extraordinary. Operation Christmas...

Sidney Freshmen Sweep Invite

Sidney’s Lady Raider freshman volleyball squad traveled to Scottsbluff on Monday and Tuesday to compete against Scottsbluff, Mitchell, Gering, and Alliance in a 9th grade tournament competition....

Sidney Volleyball Defeats Chase County

Sidney’s Lady Raider volleyball team hosted the Chase County Lady Longhorns Tuesday at Sidney High School, and won in straight sets 3-to-0. The match featured an exciting comeback by the Lady...

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