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New Coffee Shop Nears Opening Date

Communities like meeting places, locations where the content of the cup varies with the patron and the accuracy of the story changes with the day. They are places known for their quality of product,... Full story

Innis Seeks to Unseat Sasse as US Senator

The "swamp" is deeper than elected officials, according to Matt Innis, complicating President Trump's promise to drain it. Innis, is seeking to take the senatorial seat occupied by Nebraska Senator... Full story

Finding a Career, Not Just a Job

Aaron Balcom grew up in a ranching community around Cheyenne, Wyo. and found a great sense of pride being a part of it. While he knew that ranching wasn’t his future, he did want to settle down in...

Airport Authority Moving Forward to New Hangars

The Sidney Airport Authority Board is moving ahead with plans to add new hangars at the facility. In the Nov. 14 meeting, the board met with Jeff Wolfe, project manager, Airport Engineering, with... Full story

Council Approves Speed Limit Changes

The Sidney City Council recently approved the third reading of an ordinance amending the speed limits throughout the city. Areas undergoing change include Old Post Road to 45 mph, 50 mph on Illinois...

County Students Quizzed in Government Day

Why does Cheyenne County have a court clerk, a county clerk, treasurer and board of commissioners, and what are their duties? Cheyenne County high school juniors and seniors were invited to the...

Apply 2 College Event

Leyton High School Guidance Counselor Allie Peters addresses seniors who attended the recent Apply 2 College Event. Thirteen seniors participated and applied to a total of 21 colleges in Nebraska and...

October Students of the Month

The Cheyenne County School District No. 1 recognized the October Students of the Month in its Nov. 11 meeting. Reid Fiscus is the Seventh grade student of the Month. He was nominated for for his...

Raina Hartwig Installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters

Our bethel lets girls from Potter, Dalton and Bridgeport join together for fun sleepovers, games and memories that last a lifetime! We'd love for you to join us! Job's Daughters International is an...

2019 Western Conference Play Production Contest

Students prepare for their performance in the 2019 Western Conference Play Production Contest Monday at Sidney High School. Scottsbluff, Alliance, Chadron and...

Jack Flohr - Death Notice

Jack Flohr age 82, of Sidney,NE passed away in Bridgeport, Sunday, November 17, 2019. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced when available. Gehrig-Stitt Chapel & Cremation Service, LLC is in charge of Jack’s care and funeral...

John Edward Davis - Obituary

On Sunday, November 17, 2019, John Edward Davis of Sidney, Nebraska, loving father, grandfather, and brother passed away at the age of 81. John was pre-deceased by his wife Marian Davis (Haworth) and...

George Crews - Service Notice

George Crews age 71, of Gurley, passed away on Saturday, November 16th in Gering, NE. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 A.M., Friday November 22nd with visitation at 9:30 prior to service. Both will be held at the Dalton Assembly of God Church...

Johnson Signs Letter of Intent

Sidney senior Mattie Johnson signs a Letter of Intent to play Volleyball for the University of South Dakota in the Fall of 2020, accompanied by her father Mark and mother Anne. Johnson considered...

Harvard Stops Storm's Title Drive

Friday afternoon, Creek Valley hosted the semi-final game of the Class D-6 NSAA Football State Tournament against the visiting Harvard Cardinals and fell by a final score of 50-to-20. The loss ended...

Lady Raiders Ready For Future

Sidney's Lady Raider Volleyball team fell short in their quest for a State Title, but had an outstanding year and are well-positioned to continue their success into the future, according to first...

Lovitt Tackles His Biggest Challenge

Creek Valley's Storm Football team had a historic 2019 season, going undefeated in the regular season then winning two playoff games before finally falling in the semi-final round in the state...

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