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County Enters Opioid Settlement

Cheyenne County has entered a case that could net the county part of the national opioid settlement. County Attorney Paul Schaub said the State of Nebraska will receive about 15 percent and the...

Public Records

Sidney Police Department Nov. 18 • 12:16 a.m., Traffic Stop, Old Post Road and 17J Link. • 12:36 a.m. Traffic Stop, 17J Link and Interstate 80. • 8:44 a.m. Theft, 800 block Maple Street. • 8:52 a.m. Parking Complaint, 600 block Chase Blvd....

The Hidden Prairie within Morrill Hall

Chris Helzer, a local nature photographer and Nebraska director of science at The Nature Conservancy, was looking for a new way to tell people why prairies are interesting and important when he came...

UNL FOR FAMILIES: Medicare Open Enrollment

Medicare-eligible Nebraskans still have time to review their Medicare Part D Prescription Drug plans through Dec. 7. Also, anyone eligible for Part D but not yet signed up for a drug plan can do so until Dec. 7. Every year beneficiaries need to...

Prayer, Praise and Thanksgiving

If you awakened in the morning and had only that which you had thanked God for the night before …. what would you have ? Sometimes we become so focused on what we don’t have that we lose sight of what we do have and how God truly has blessed...

Maximize Your Charitable Giving

The Tuesday after Thanksgiving has become known as Giving Tuesday, when people are encouraged to donate to charitable organizations. If you’d like to take part in this special day, you’ll want to maximize the effectiveness and benefits of your...

SRMC CEO Shares Hospitalization and Transfer Experiences for COVID Patients

Jason Petik, CEO of Sidney Regional Medical Center (SRMC) based in Sidney, Nebraska, joined the November 17 briefing to discuss what hospital care and patient needs have looked like for them with the...

Performance Auto, Havorka Motors Change Locations

Sometimes one never quite knows where life will lead us. Sometimes, it takes us to the past, with the tools of the present. The northwest corner of 12th Avenue and Illinois Street had been quiet for...

Candlelight Service of Remembrance Dec. 12 at The Well Church

The annual non-denominational Worldwide Candle Lighting Ceremony in Sidney will be held 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, at The Well Church, 432 20th Ave, Sidney. The Compassionate Friends Worldwide Candle Lighting is held on the second Sunday in December...

Beans and Steams Coffee House Sold

Within view of Interstate 80 is a business with a simple but welcoming title. It is a business with at least two years in the making and a warm and inviting atmosphere from the drive-up to the table...

D2-10 2021 All District Football Honors Released

The D2-10 District Released their All-District Honors for 202, and several local area athletes were named for their outstanding performances. All-District Clayton Moore- 11th - Mullen Spencer Denaeyer- 12th- Mullen Jade Emerson- 12th- Mullen Kyle...

MAC Announces All-Conference Volleyball Selections

South Platte and Garden County were named Volleyball Co-Champions due to their identical overall records (24-and-8), conference records (6-and-1) and .857 winning percentage. The Conference released the All-Conference Volleyball selections, with...

Cody-Kilgore Too Much for Potter-Dix in D6 Final

The historic season the Potter-Dix Coyote Football team enjoyed came to a disappointing end Friday night at Ron and Carol Cope Stadium at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, as they fell to the...

Happy Thanksgiving

In September 1620, the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth, England, bound for the New World. The ship’s 102 passengers and 30 crew members – an eclectic mix of religious families fleeing...

Amendments

Senators and Representatives first met in Congress, under the U.S. Constitution, on March 4, 1789, in the Federal Building in New York City. Six months later, on September 25, James Madison, a...

Straight Talk from Steve

The American economy isn’t doing so well. A new poll shows that seven out of every ten Americans now admit that rising prices are causing them to change their spending habits. This is not good news...

Code of the Rest

Below is a poem I wrote about 15 years ago. I saw then that some of what has hit this country in the last few years was already in the works. I never thought the poem would be such a correct...

Even in the Storm, Be Thankful

We’re now hours from the feast that is designed historically for a time of giving thanks. Homes will have the designated cooks scurrying around the prep table in the kitchen making sure the turkey...

A Time to Stand

Last week I wrote about ESG scores and what they mean for business now, and soon could mean for individuals. ESG scores are just the latest mile marker on the road to a utopia planned by...

Giving Thanks in a Time of Great Challenge

There are no shortage of challenges facing Americans right now with our country reaching the highest level of inflation in three decades, a lack of workers to fill job openings nationwide, record...

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