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Creek Valley Community Art Night

Last Friday, April 22, the Creek Valley Art Club sponsored its first ever community art night at the high school in Chappell. The event began at 6 p.m. and lasted two hours, with more than 20 people...

 

Lions plan High Plains Ride For Sight May 29

Submitted by the Pine Bluffs Lions Club Cyclists of all ages are invited to take part in the first High Plains Ride For Sight Sunday, May 29, beginning at 6 a.m., sponsored by the Pine Bluffs Lions Club and Cheyenne Vision Center. Pre-registration...

 

APA Pool League now accepting team registrations

The Sidney Area APA Pool Leagues are now accepting team registrations for the upcoming session. Registration deadline is Tuesday, May 3.  Play begins in May and runs through August. APA Pool Leagues that are available include Tuesday 8-Ball and...

 

Pursuit leads to capture of South Dakota murder suspect

A pursuit down Interstate 80 in western Nebraska led to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with an April 22 homicide in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Wednesday evening, April 27, the Nebraska State Patrol was alerted by South Dakota authorities...

 

Cabela's introduces Everyday Value Campaign

Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, today announced the launch of its new Everyday Value initiative, a campaign designed to drive product-quality awareness to, and generate competitive comparisons from,...

 

Cabela's announces plans for two new stores

Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, announced today plans to expand Cabela’s retail footprint and legendary customer service to two new locations: McDonough, Ga., and Lee’s Summit, Mo....

 

UNL Plant Pathologist's book has history, science, more

Does a reader need to be scientist – specifically, a plant pathologist – to appreciate a book about the history of discovering and treating plant diseases? Not if the reader has an appreciation of history, science, and the broader lessons they...

 

Nursing and health education scholarships available through Regional West Foundation

Regional West Foundation is accepting applications now through June 1 for students pursuing health care careers in western Nebraska. The Foundation grants approximately 45 educational scholarships valued at nearly $75,000 annually. Scholarships are...

 

Gurley alumni donate appliances

The Gurley High School was established in 1923, with the first class of three girls receiving their diplomas of achievement in 1927. Graduation ceremonies had been held each year since that time. In 1971, the two neighboring schools of Gurley and...

 

High Plains Ranch Practicum now taking applications for 2016 class

A national award-winning livestock extension program is being offered for 2016 in the Nebraska Panhandle and southeast Wyoming, beginning in late June and concluding in November. The High Plains Ranch Practicum School is an in-depth ranch management...

 

Three selected from Gurley for Cornhusker Girls' State

Three Gurley girls will represent Weyerts American Legion Auxiliary at Cornhusker Girls’ State in Lincoln this June. All are juniors at Leyton High School. Hope Dykman, daughter of Wayne and Kim Dykman participates in volleyball and track, is...

 

Hutchinson, Agin selected for Cornhusker Boys' State

The American Legion Post No. 17 is pleased to announce that Zachary Hutchinson of Potter, and Jakob Agin of Sidney, were generously sponsored by The American Legion Post No. 17 and will join nearly 400 other high school juniors from across Nebraska...

 

Creek Valley students take a trip to 'Wonderland'

Creek ValleyElementary Schools students, along with students from Garden County Elementary and South Platte Elementary, were treated to the Hampstead Stage Company's production of "Alice in...

 

Wolf Auto and Sidney community team up to raise funds for SHS Choir trip to LA

Across the United States, there are vital arts, music and sports programs that are being cut annually because of growing budgetary constraints and lack of funding. Today’s youth are missing out on extremely valuable opportunities to expand their...

 

Adventist Learning Center of Sidney sheds light on religious liberty

In recent years and during the present election cycle, religious liberty has been the topic of much debate and discussion. In fact, the Barna Group released a report showing that concerns over religious freedom in America have grown significantly....

 

Nebraska Extension offers crop scout training in May

A May 11 Nebraska Extension crop scout training course will provide crop scouts an opportunity to enhance their skills. The training is designed for entry level scouts who will be working for crop consultants, industry agronomists or farm service...

 

Public invited to spring recital

The public is invited to a Spring Recital featuring selected students of Patricia Randolph on Sunday, May 1 at 3 pm at the Kimball Baptist Fellowship Church located at Sixth and Oak streets. Nine students who have earned Superior awards at the...

 

240 Pounds marijuana seized in traffic stop

A traffic stop for improper passing on Highway 6 in Hitchcock County led to the seizure of 240.5 lbs. of marijuana and one arrest. Just before 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, a trooper stopped an eastbound 2007 Saturn Outlook for improper passing...

 

Creek Valley Middle School competes in annual Lincoln Science Olympiad

The following students placed: Bio Process Lab fourth place Chance Speirs-Lucas Truillo Bottle Rocket fifth place Noah Knapp-Patrick Hansen Crime Busters fourth place Chance Speirs-Miquala Purscell...

 

Arrow of Light Ceremony and reorganization of Troop 36

On Sunday, April 17, friends and family of Cub Scout Pack 36 gathered at the Peetz Community Center to celebrate the achievement of the Arrow of Light for Scouts Michael Ramos and Brenden Shepard....

 

CSC health professions students advance to graduate schools

Leah Uhlir of Sidney was among Chadron State College health professions students advanced to graduate schools. Uhlir is studying physical therapy. Health Professions students were honored at the annual Health Professions banquet Thursday, April 14.....

 

Old Post Road lane closures scheduled

The City of Sidney would like to notify the traveling public that the southernmost driving lane of Old Post Road will be closed during daytime hours on Thursday, April 21 and Friday, April 22. This will be necessary to facilitate concrete trucks as...

 

Janessa Carley installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters

Janessa Carley was installed as Honored Queen of Job's Daughters International, Bethel #25 on December 20th, 2015 for the spring 2016 term. Other elected officers installed were Senior Princess... Full story

 

Cheyenne County Chamber's Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon to be held Friday

Every year, the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce offers our members the opportunity to show appreciation to their administrative professionals with a luncheon dedicated just to them. Administrative professionals are invaluable to every...

 

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