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Articles from the January 2, 2014 edition

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State poised to reduce juvenile incarceration numbers

Although Nebraska has fallen behind the rest of the nation in cutting back on youth incarceration numbers, recent policy changes put the state on a path toward significant improvement over the coming years. According to a recent report from the Natio...


Teaming up to help

When the Table of Grace food pantry's elevator broke down this week, the Sidney men's basketball team stepped in to load the food at Walmart which donates the items, deliver it to Holy Trinity... Full story


Life after meth

I read an article that was on the front page of the Sun-Telegraph about a month ago. The story spoke about a local man and his battle with his drug addiction to methamphetamine. As I read the article... Full story


Court Briefs - 01-02-14

The following people appeared in Cheyenne County Court on Monday Dec. 23, 2013 before the Honorable Randin R. Roland: Luke Rauner, age 33 of Sidney, appeared for entry of plea on a charge of DUI 1st Offense: High Test, a class W misdemeanor. He pled... Full story


Bill Sergent

Bill Sergent 1947 to 2013 Bill Sergent, 66, a 30 year resident of Arnold, Md. died on Mon., Dec. 30, 2013 at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. Bill Sergent was born on Feb. 5, 1947 in Sidney,... Full story


Shirley L. Minshall

Shirley L. Minshall 1928 to 2013 Shirley L. Minshall, 85 of Sidney, passed away Friday morning, December 27, 2013 at the Sidney Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m.,... Full story


Work and the Rorschach Test

In a scene from “The Andy Griffith Show,” Deputy Barney Fife showed an inkblot to Otis Campbell, Mayberry’s town drunk, and asked him what he saw. Otis said he saw a bat, but Barney objected and said that the inkblot represented a butterfly....


Tales of a coffee-holic: Resolve broadly

Many of us take the opportunity for a fresh beginning at the start of the new year. Even though we could make changes in our lives at any point we desire, for some reason, when that calendar roles over we’re inclined to make drastic resolutions to...


'The Book Thief' (PG-13)

If it were not for the Jewish fugitive tucked in the family’s basement and the spectacle of entire personal libraries erupting into bonfires, cheered on by crowds under scarlet banners, much of the soul-sapping experience of life in Nazi Germany co...


Talking Sports: A tournament to welcome the new athletic year

Hopefully by now the effects of tryptofan, heavy gravy and overspending have worn off and we can all get back to some sports. Most of all I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday and Happy New Year. As for sports, the holiday period is...


Area Sports

Jake Sager (44) bangs the boards against Chase County.... Full story


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