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State Insurance Officials Visit Sidney

The cost of medical care continues to increase, as does the cost of insurance to help pay for services. Likewise, the availability of health insurance providers is decreasing. That is some of the...

Exotic Meat Leaves Bad Taste

POTTER – Potter-Dix students got a taste of exotic meat in a meal last week. In a letter to parents Wednesday, School Superintendent Mike Williams said kangaroo meat was mixed in with the beef used...

Save a Life, Respect Train Crossings

The Sidney Police Department recently partnered with Union Pacific Railroad Police Officers to perform a Traffic Signal education drill at the railroad crossing on East Illinois Street. The drill...

Sidney High School Parent-Teacher Conferences

Fall Sidney High School Parent -Teacher Conferences are scheduled for 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24. Parents are asked to attend on one of those days to visit with teachers and collect their student’s...

Nebraska Tourism Commission Unveils New Marketing Campaign

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska may not be on everyone’s bucket list of places to visit, but if you like experiences that are unpretentious and uncomplicated or if you enjoy escaping the big city life for moments of solitude in the open plains,...

Two Gurley Volunteers Omitted

It hasn’t been our week when it comes to recognizing firefighters. Last week, we inadvertently omitted the list of Gurley Volunteers from a recognition page. And it has been discovered that when we did run the list, two of those firefighters were...

NDOT Highway Safety Office Kicks Off Fall Seat-Belt Campaign

LINCOLN — Noting that 70 percent of all unbelted fatalities happen at night, NDOT’s Highway Safety Office kicked off an awareness campaign last week to promote increased seat‑belt usage, especially after dark. As part of the campaign, 15...

Coffee with a Cop

Local residents met with Sidney Police Officers Thursday at the Coffee Corner. Residents were able to meet and interact with...

Sidney Rallies For Win Against Gering

Sidney's Lady Raider volleyball team avenged a loss earlier in the season to the Gering by coming from behind to defeat the Lady Bulldogs in Sidney's last home match of the season Tuesday night....

Hunter Sight-in Days Scheduled Across State

LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters will have opportunities to sight-in their equipment before taking to the field this fall, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The following is a list of sites, by region, offering this opportunity. Visit...

Tigers Pose Playoff Hurdle for Raiders

"We're not 100 percent guaranteed a playoff berth if we win," said Sidney head football coach Chris Koozer, adding, "but if we lose against Mitchell, it's going to be really hard for us to get into...

Regional Volleyball Results

The Leyton Lady Warriors defeated the Potter-Dix Lady Coyotes Tuesday night at Potter in straight sets 3-to-0. The Lady Warriors started strong with a 25-to-15 victory in the first set then a 25-to-8...

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