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Articles from the January 19, 2018 edition

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 By Don Ogle    News    January 19, 2018

TeamMates Recognizes Chamber

TeamMates mentoring program, founded to provide support and encouragement for students, held its local appreciation social Monday, recognizing the Cheyenne County Chamber of Commerce with the Friends...

 

Cheyenne County Community Center Offers More Than Recreation

As you enter the Cheyenne County Community Center and walk up to the front desk to check in, there's a banner overhead that reads, "Dedicated to serving the health, wellness, educational,...

 
 By Don Ogle    News    January 19, 2018

Cameras Approved For County Building Security

Cheyenne County Commissioners approved security cameras for the county weed building at their meeting Tuesday. The action was taken on a recommendation in part by Ron Leal, Region 21 Emergency...

 

City Begins Trimming Alley Trees Monday

City of Sidney Parks Department crews are set to begin trimming right-of-ways throughout the city. Beginning Monday, crews will be working their way across the city to trim back trees and bushes encroaching into alleys. The work is done each year...

 

Rural Health Care Demands National Attention

The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) released a new report that highlights the challenges of health care delivery in rural areas of the Upper Midwest. The study identifies four key areas for reform that could apply nationally to all rural communities....

 
 By Mike Motz    Sports    January 19, 2018

MAC Tournament Wraps up Saturday

The Minuteman Activities Conference (MAC) Basketball Tournament's first round started on Monday with the area's boys teams, and continued on Tuesday with the girls teams facing off in the yearly conte...

 

Creek Valley School Honor Rolls

Second Quarter Principal's Honor Roll 89.5%-94.4% 12th: Logan Ramsey, Michael Smith 11th: Mackenzie Backus, Chaz Bauer, Taya McMillen, Chloe Mitlehner, Cooper Reichman 10th: Jadyn Gerold, Patrick Hans...

 

The End Of The Season

As I sit in my office to write this article, I realize that I have been blessed once more. In 2017 I got to write an article just before Christmas is celebrated in Western churches and now I get to write an article on the day the Christmas season...

 
 By Jim Vokal    Opinion    January 19, 2018

You Can In Nebraska

I've lived in Nebraska my entire life, and I really believe our state can be the best place in the world to live, work, and raise a family. Certainly, there are some who look down on Nebraska (maybe...

 

Working Together On Reform

Cutting and reforming taxes is key to growing Nebraska. Over the years, together, the Legislature and I have done the hard work needed to hold the line on taxes. Additionally, we have worked together...

 

Access To Air Travel

Small and regional airports throughout Nebraska serve as the connection between rural communities and their families, the economy, and the world. They also act as access points that help attract...

 
 By Doug Kagan    Opinion    January 19, 2018

Reader Opinion

Editor, High property taxes in Nebraska are taxing people, especially senior citizens, out of their homes. Farmers and ranchers in the current economy cannot hold onto their land or consider passing...

 

Kyle Joseph Mueller - Obituary

Funeral services for Kyle Joseph Mueller, 24, of Sidney, NE, will be held at 10:00 A.M., Fri., Jan. 19, 2018 in the Wheeler Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Ronnie Fox officiating. Burial will follow in the...

 

Douglas M. Nicholson

Douglas Nicholson, age 79 of Littleton, CO and former resident of Chappell, NE passed away at Rocky Mountain Assisted Living in Highlands Ranch, CO, Thursday, December 21, 2017. Memorial services...

 

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