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Articles from the January 12, 2018 edition

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 By Don Ogle    News    January 12, 2018

School Threat

Sidney school students were met at the door by law enforcement officers and administrators as they went to school Wednesday, the result of a message found scribbled on a bathroom wall Tuesday. The...

 

Students Grade High Exploring Culture, Heritage

Everyone has a history, from our family name to our religious beliefs. Some are not so obvious, and others are well-recognized. Several Sidney High School students teamed up for a year-long study...

 

Bass Pro CEO Challenges Ex-Cabela's Execs: Help the Workers

Bass Pro Shops' chief executive said he will match donations by former Cabela's executives and owners to a severance fund for some Cabela's workers who are losing their jobs after Bass Pro bought the...

 
 By Grant Schulte    News    January 12, 2018

Gov. Ricketts Unveils New Property, Income Tax Plan

LINCOLN — Gov. Pete Ricketts unveiled a new tax package Wednesday that would boost credits for Nebraska residents who own homes and farmland, lower the state’s top income tax rates and expand job-training programs. The governor outlined a...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    January 12, 2018

City Council Dispatches Short Agenda

Sidney’s Aquatic Center will make some scheduling changes next summer as it works to become more efficient with employee time and associated costs. In November, council heard from Parks...

 

Edward Merle Lehman

Edward Merle Lehman, age 86 of Elkhorn NE, former Sidney Resident, died on Saturday, January 6, 2018 at Parsons House in Omaha NE. Funeral Services will be held on Friday January 12th at 10:30 A.M....

 

Bad Weather

People on the West Coast endure droughts and forest fires. People on the Northeast Coast endure minus degree temperatures and a foot of snow. People in the Southeast endure the ferocious winds, rain, and flooding that hurricanes bring. People who...

 

Prioritizing Balancing the Budget and Tax Reform

The 2018 legislative session has commenced! Last week, State Senators gathered at the State Capitol building in Lincoln to kick off the second session of Nebraska’s 105th Legislature. This is a...

 

Call To Public Service - Guest Editorial

Each of us, regardless of age, experience or circumstances, has something to contribute to his or her community. We are fast approaching the time to file to run or run for re-election for local...

 

New Year's Resolutions

I recently visited with a friend who is a manager of a health foods market in Grand Island. He spoke of the many people who desired to eat healthy as one of their many New Year’s resolutions. My friend wondered how long this noble intention would...

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 12, 2018

Leyton Boys Struggle In Non-Conference Action

Leyton's boys basketball steam struggled against non-conference opponents opening the 2018 portion of the the season. Three consecutive losses by the Warriors have dropped their season record to 2-9...

 

Freethrow Contest Jan. 21

Sidney Knights of Columbus Council No. 1861 is holding its annual Free Throw contest, open to all boys and girls ages 9-14 at 1 p.m. Sunday, January 21, at the Sidney Middle School Gym. Entry forms are available from the P.E. teachers at all area...

 

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